Joe Leimkuhler will be speaking at the America First Energy Conference.
Joe Leimkuhler is the vice president of drilling for LLOG Exploration. Prior to this position, Leimkuhler was the offshore well delivery manager for Shell International, where he covered Deepwater Gulf of Mexico well operations. In 2010, Leimkuhler testified in front of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling.
“The warmest year on record as per NASA. With (as per their graphics) the greatest warming occurring in the Arctic. Then the Arctic sea ice should also be at a minimum. However sea ice monitoring shows continued growth of arctic sea ice over the past two years and a substantial increase from 2011-2012. Well then the south pole must have less ice right. We are after all talking about a global phenomenon. Well the Antarctic sea ice is not only growing it is at a record size, and globally the total sea ice is way above average.
How can this be AND the year also be the hottest on record! Simply put the correction algorithms used to compensate for the urban heat island effects are wrong. As are the majority if not all of the climate models used by the UN IPCC which do not take into account celestial cycles, cloud formation impacts of comic rays and numerous other parameters that are a bigger driver than CO2.”