Episode 42: Balancing the Coronavirus Risks

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses the costs of fighting the pandemic




Episode 41: Pipeline CEOs Provide Optimism

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses some of the energy insights on recent earnings calls




Episode 40: Reviewing Planet of the Humans

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses Michael Moore’s latest documentary taking a shot at environmental extremists




Episode 39: Are More Infections A Good Thing?

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses why more widespread Coronavirus could help open things up

Sources for facts cited:

Road deaths

Association for Safe international Road Travel

https://www.asirt.org/safe-travel/road-safety-facts/

California infection rates

https://www.livescience.com/coronavirus-antibodies-widespread-in-santa-clara.html

http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/phcommon/public/media/mediapubhpdetail.cfm?prid=2328

German and Dutch infection rates

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2020/04/antibody-surveys-suggesting-vast-undercount-coronavirus-infections-may-be-unreliable




Episode 38: Climate Change Was Never Our Biggest Threat

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses the twin tragedy of climate extremists

Clips in this podcast:

Senator Elizabeth Warren

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

President Obama

World Health Organization




Episode 37: Energy During a Pandemic

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses the energy markets during the current pandemic




Episode 36: Energy Gets Hit By Coronavirus

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses the turmoil in energy markets




Episode 35: Market Timing the Coronavirus

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses why market timing is so hard




Episode 34: Vaclav Smil

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses energy writer Vaclav Smil

Sources mentioned in podcast:

Sources of energy

https://ourworldindata.org/energy




Episode 33: The Biggest Question in Investing

In this week’s podcast, Simon Lack discusses long term interest rates