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Energy related background in fossil fuels, salt dome storage and the transportation thereof. Desire to use my knowledge to help facilitate a cleaner planet, free of fossil fuel with water at the top of the list. Being a fifth generation Texan, the large population migration, extended droughts from climate change are creating deminishing aquifers, causing potential permanent enviornmental damage that needs to be stopped before it progressess any further. Fossil fuel free desalination from the Gulf of Mexico is economically possible right now. As usual I am competing with commercial entities more interested in profits than progress. I believe the end of fossil fuels as our main energy source is within this generation and am determined to help facilitate its demise.
|C.A.E.S. Texas Grid and GOM Desalination Project for Central Texas||Mar 22, 2016|
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|Jeffrey Pickett started a new discussion Aquifers and agriculture, Texas size problem. Population vs infrastructure collision course. in General Discussion||Dec 3, 2019|
|Jeffrey Pickett updated a proposal C.A.E.S. Texas Grid and GOM Desalination Project for Central Texas||Mar 22, 2016|
|Jeffrey Pickett created a Proposal C.A.E.S. Texas Grid and GOM Desalination Project for Central Texas||Mar 22, 2016|
|Jeffrey Pickett joined the Climate CoLab community||Mar 22, 2016|