Northwest Oklahoma

halvor

a most elusive fish
Good for renewable energy production 👍

Lots of nature purists over here in Norway, a stance which arguably may be in conflict with nature preservation in the long run, since there’s heavy opposition toward windmills. I get both sides of the argument, but if we are to reduce energy consumption from no renewable/fossil sources, I think the purists have to eat a few camels. Or windmills.

If I’m not mistaken, Oklahoma was/is also an oil state though?
 

Xring3

Über Member
Good for renewable energy production 👍

Lots of nature purists over here in Norway, a stance which arguably may be in conflict with nature preservation in the long run, since there’s heavy opposition toward windmills. I get both sides of the argument, but if we are to reduce energy consumption from no renewable/fossil sources, I think the purists have to eat a few camels. Or windmills.

If I’m not mistaken, Oklahoma was/is also an oil state though?
Many of the windmills share the same fields as oil pump jacks. Drilling for new wells has slowed down a lot. Many pumps are idle. There is enough oil in storage at this time and prices for oil have fallen. Low Demand for wind energy sometimes also idles windmills.
 
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