By Daniel Yergin Newsweek The world will never be quite the same. High oil prices are not only changing the political and economic landscapes but they could also change energy itself, because they are stimulating the most widespread drive for technological innovation this sector has ever seen.
By Daniel Yergin Wall Street Journal “The sooner Prudhoe Bay is safely back in operation, the better: A market this tight is very vulnerable to shocks of any kind. The shocks don’t have to be physical. From late March, the price of oil has been primarily driven up not by actual disruption (until Prudhoe Bay); […]
By Daniel Yergin Wall Street Journal “The world has changed much since the concept of “energy security” emerged in the 1970s. But agreeing on its importance is not the same as agreeing on what it means,” writes CERA Chairman Daniel Yergin in the July 11, 2006 edition of the Wall Street Journal.