Category Archives: Energy

Dr. Hal Heaton Drills Deep Into Oil Prices and the Economy

In light of the recent drop in oil prices, Hal Heaton addresses the state of the economy, market forces and what these new developments mean for MBA students.

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BYU Innovation: Carbon Capture Technology

BYU Professor, Dr. Larry Baxter, has developed an exciting new process which could mitigate the negative impact of fossil fuels on climate change. See how ideas and companies started at BYU are working to improve the world we live in.

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Bradley Linnell takes on Fuel Prices, Fusion, and Time Travel – Jan. 24, 2010

Bradley Linnell goes back to his roots in Arkansas and explains the cause for the volatility in fuel prices. ┬áHe tackles speculation on whether the world will ever run out of oil and what we might use for fuel in … Continue reading

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October 7, 2009

Host Tim Hart and Cromwell Wong chat about US energy consumption.

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