August 2008

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HPIn Europe: And that, sports fans, is a helluva energy plan

Only Nixon could go to China, they said, and they meant that it would have been unthinkable for anyone but a red-baiting, right-winger to shake the hand of Mao Tse-tung. So could it be that it will no..

Wright, Tim L., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Only Nixon could go to China, they said, and they meant that it would have been unthinkable for anyone but a red-baiting, right-winger to shake the hand of Mao Tse-tung. So could it be that it will now take one of the world's greatest living oil men to establish renewable energy as a bridge towards a more sustainable, less carbon-dependent and strategically vulnerable economy? I suspect that by the time this column surfaces in the magazine in August, T. Boone Pickens' plan will already have gained critical mass in the US and be resonating in Europe. He lays out the problem clearly and simply, like the consummate dealmaker he is. Details of the dilemma. The US, he says, is conducting the

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