My latest book,The Man Who Thought Like a Ship, was released in April, 2012. This is a very personal story for me, but also one I think you'll find interesting. In some ways, it's a book I wrote a little more each time someone asked me the seemingly simple question: "What does your father do?"
The Energy Hunter
Texas Monthly's November issue, which is on newsstands now, includes my story on how oilman George P. Mitchell changed the world. A sidebar, "The Feds and Fracking" is posted on the magazine's website. On Nov. 19, I'll moderate a panel discussion at Rice University in Houston on the sustainability of hydraulic fracturing. The panelists are Arthur Berman of Labyrinth
Consulting, Kenneth Medlock with the Center for Energy Studies at the Baker Institute, and Scott Tinker, director of the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas. The event is open to the public.
View the video below the see the reconstruction of the Kyrenia Ship.
Interested in knowing more about the latest developments in energy and nautical archaeology? I've compiled two magazines on Flipboard, Energy Insights and Nautical Discoveries. They collect news from around the web, as well as my own posts on these subjects. If you're already a Flipboard user, you can simply search on the magazines' names at the login page. If you have any news links to add to either magazine, or you have any ideas for how to improve them, please let me know.
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