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  • Carbon cap and boom?

    If we try to reduce greenhouse gases, the economy will take a hit, according to conventional wisdom. The Energy Information Administration bolstered the notion this week by reporting that energy prices would rise for the average US family by $142 in 2020 and $583 in 2030 under the House cap and trade bill passed in late June. Steven Chu, US energy secretary, tried to soften the blow by saying ...

  • Nanotechnology, Boom or Bust

    A well-known consumer organization now believes that the government should provide more funds for risk research and regulation of nanotechnology, and should require manufacturers to report health problems linked with nano-ingredients. The explosion of nanotechnology-enabled products has caught the eye of the prominent Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports, the widely read ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • The Growing Threat To Canada`s Oil Sands Boom

    The Alberta Oil Sands reserves are among the top three oil reserves in the world, and are being aggressively developed by the world's largest energy producers; The Oil Sands are being counted on to replace falling production elsewhere in the world, and are strategically important to the energy industry; Extracting oil from the sands is highly water-intensive and ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Halliburton hunts new bacteria killer to protect Shale-gas boom

    Halliburton Co. and Schlumberger Ltd., trying to forestall a regulatory crackdown that would cut natural-gas drilling, are developing ways to eliminate the need for chemicals that may taint water supplies near wells. At risk is hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a process that unlocked gas deposits in shale formations and drove gains in U.S. production of the fuel. Proposed regulations might slow ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Green Building Boom – What are the 4 new risks for Green Building Industry?

    New government mandates, long-term cost savings, and an enhanced sensitivity to partnering an environmental outline are the prime reasons for this exponential growth. In the year 2005, green building market was a meagre 2 percent of all non-residential construction initiations. However; this number grew by 28 - 35 percent by 2010 and approximately 40 to 48 percent by the year 2014, - comprising ...


  • Organics recovery expands in Wyoming`s tetons

    THE TOWN of Jackson, Wyoming is located in a glacial valley, originally referred to as Jackson's Hole by the fur trappers and game hunters who came down out of the mountains to rendezvous and sell their goods for shipment to markets back east. Today, elk and bison spend winter on the National Elk Refuge, its fence line abutting the town of Jackson, where they are fed and protected until they ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • New approach makes faster and efficient work of oil spills

    A comprehensive new study of oil’s behaviour in various sea conditions has resulted in significant advances in oil spill recovery using boom-style systems. Put into practice in DESMI ‘s Speed-Sweep Oil Spill Response (OSR) solution, the new approach speeds up oil recovery, increases encounter rates, covers a wider area in a shorter time and provides new flexibility in the choice of ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Cost justification strategies for an EMIS implementation: Part One

    PART ONE: USING THE NET PRESENT VALUE AS PART OF A BUSINESS CASE Even in a booming economy, justifying the budget required to implement an organization wide Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Management Information System (EMIS) can be a complicated task. Convincing senior management of the value of a system implementation becomes a case of dollars and cents. Budgets have been frozen ...


    By VelocityEHS

  • Biochar Market Report, Market Share, Growth, Analysis 2015 - 2021

    Summary The growing demand for the organic products is creating a good market for bio or organic products, which are used in different fields. One such organic product is Biochar which has gained traction in recent times. Biochar mainly finds its use as a soil amendment material. Our report on Global ...


  • Untold facts of Solar Energy Development

    The development of solar energy had changed the lives of the humankind. Its diverse usage had made its way to different kinds of success of every individual. The continuing usage of this development has contributed a lot in many ways not just for people but as well as to the environment. Its left and right achievements do not only contribute in the sense of convenience, comfort and enjoyment but ...


    By Greenshine New Energy LLC

  • Demand for African energy hits all time high

    Demand for African Oil and gas has hit an all time high only days into the New Year. Asian buyers, led by Chinese refiners, have bought a record 1.9 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude from Angola, Nigeria and smaller West African producers in January, up from 1.58 million barrels per day in December.With increased demand the importance of building a strong and reliable infrastructure to ...


    By GDS International

  • Energy efficiency in buildings - business realities and opportunities

    Buildings are responsible for at least 40% of energy use in most countries. The absolute figure is rising fast, as construction booms, especially in countries such as China and India. It is essential to act now, because buildings can make a major contribution to tackling climate change and energy use. Progress can begin immediately because knowledge and technology exist today to slash the ...

  • Environmental solutions for the natural gas industries

    As domestic natural gas production continues to grow, the industry faces unique air pollution control challenges that require custom-designed solutions. This White Paper examines two aspects of the natural gas exploration and production industry: Production of “frac sand” used in hydraulic fracturing and operation of dehydration units. America‟s natural gas industry continues ...

  • Why Choose An LMS?

    Now that we've talked about the 'how', let's back up and talk about a few of the reasons 'why'. Simply stated, an LMS is a software application that automates the administration, tracking, and reporting of classroom and online training events, enabling detailed analysis of the effectiveness of your training investment. While the most basic LMS should accomplish the aforementioned, a ...


    By FirstNet Learning, Inc.

  • CSP and mining in Chile

    With a mining industry that produces 35% of the world´s copper, it is imperative for Chile´s economic growth to produce energy from a source that is secure, dispatchable and unlimited. In an exclusive online webinar last week, hosted by CSP Today, experts discussed the positive impact that solar CSP could have on Chile’s mining industry. With many mining markets located in ...


    By FCBI Energy

  • Crane Operator Duties – 3 Different Jobs for 3 Different Cranes

    Crane operator duties involve more than just hoisting stuff from one place to another. To drive and maintain those iconic behemoths of industry requires training, experience and testing to get a certification that has to be renewed about every five years. There’s more: There are actually three separate categories of crane operations ...


    By eTraining, Inc.

  • What do oil sands and shale gas have in common? Acute need for sustainable water management solutions

    The world’s appetite for fossil fuels is not abating anytime soon, and the alternatives fall short. Nuclear energy makes people uneasy, coal is perceived as not being that clean, hydroelectric requires massive capital outlays, solar is still improving and the wind just doesn’t always blow. For the foreseeable future, North Americans have embraced the idea that expanded production of ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Is green energy our new plastics industry?

    If The Graduate were written today, Mr. McGuire’s career tip to Benjamin probably would have been “green,” rather than “plastics.” But it’s likely Benjamin would have responded in the same quizzical way: “Just how do you mean that, sir?” It was difficult to envision the vast number of new products, businesses and careers that would emerge from the plastics industry following World War II. The ...


    By Energy Efficiency Markets

  • Questions and answers about oil and gas wastewater spills

    Nearly 3 million gallons of briny water generated by crude oil production has leaked from a North Dakota pipeline and reached two creeks, making it the biggest spill of this type of wastewater since the state's Bakken formation oil boom began in 2006. Here are some questions and answers about oil and gas saltwater spills: Q: What does this liquid consist of, and where does it come from? A: ...


    By Associated Press

  • The natural gas revolution: Good or bad for energy efficiency?

    If there were an equivalent in the energy industry to Time Magazine’s Person of the Year, natural gas would be this year’s winner. The dramatic rise in natural gas supply, and fall in price, has reconfigured the energy scene in the United States, suddenly creating a bounty of domestic energy, driving down wholesale power prices and speeding retirement of polluting coal-fired plants. ...


    By Energy Efficiency Markets

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