Cyber Security Investigator, Dan Weiss discusses Bitcoin, Encryption, Cyber Security, and how to prepare. Darknet and the darkweb have our globe under attack and this information needs to be spread around.
Hazards of Renewable Energy The facts are in and yes Renewable Energy and technologies are lowering the carbon footprint slowly over time. But let’s make it clear that All energy sources have some impact on our environment. Fossil fuels—coal, oil, and natural gas—do substantially more harm than renewable energy sources by most measures, including air and water […]
Did you know that there is an Amerian City where the power infrastructure is so far behind that electricity bills are higher than normal. This is happening right now in the City of New Owleans, people form lines to sign up for the Low-Income Heating and Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), a federal grant assist citizens […]
As our universe continues experiencing an energy-tech renewable boom, data analysis numbers are coming in and there’s a satellite data revolution as smaller and more advanced sattelites being sent up to space with even more precise ability to track global power usage. Companies and governments are opening up the data collected from satellites and releasing […]
Confirming what the ADNOC, Minister of Energy said at the #CERRA Week in Houston, TX that they will be investing in renewable technologies. The beautiful Seychelles will receive funding for two renewable energy projects at a price of $17.4 million from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD), a communique from Seychelles’ embassy in the United Arab […]
THE LARGEST OFFSHORE WIND FARM BACKED BY Citi Bank AND BUILT DEEPWATER WIND ON BLock Island IS THE FIRST OF MANY IN THE UNITED STATES. CITI STOOD behind the business model and assured the challenging project would be financed and now millions of GALLONS of diesel will not be used to power the BLock Island. […]
HIS EXCELLENCE, MINISTER OF ENERGY FOR SAUDI ARABIA, DISCUSSES AT #CERAWEEK18 PANEL. THE DEMAND FOR GAS CAN ONLY GROW AND THEREFORE RESERVOIRS MUST BE CONTINUED TO BE EXPLORED. THE PRICE OF GAS WILL ONLY INCREASE. ADNOC
H.E. Dr. Al Jaber announced plans to host a Downstream Investment Forum, in Abu Dhabi, on May 13 and 14, where ADNOC will unveil significant co-investment opportunities to strengthen and grow its downstream portfolio. #ceraweek18 #energynewsnow #adnoc Mr. Abdulaziz Abdulla Alhajri served as Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Polymers Company Ltd at Borouge Pte […]
FORMER GOVERNOR OF TEXAS RICK PERRY opens up about the energy climate. He assures it is a good thing what is happening in the industry and that it is breeding innovation and competition with Saudi Arabia. #CERAWeek2018 #energynewsnow #DOE @Energy @SecretaryPerry
CEO, Jim Fitterling of Dow Chemical Company speaks at the panel at #CERAWeek18 about the diversity happening in Petrochemical Industry. #Dow #energynewsnow #ihsmarkit
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW AT CERA WEEK IN HOUSTON, TX #IHSMARKIT #CERWEEK2018
According to Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Brookhaven National Laboratory are part of a scientific collaboration that has identified a new electrocatalyst that efficiently converts CO2 to carbon monoxide (CO), a highly energetic molecule. Their findings were published on Feb. 1 in Energy & Environmental Science.
The benefits of America’s transition towards becoming a net energy exporter were summed up nicely in President Trump’s recent State of the Union address. The commander-in-chief put the significance of this change plainly when he stated that dominance in energy exports will grow the US economy, provide a greater level of national security, and allow […]
MIT is encouraging their undergraduates to jump into the energy industry through their International Science and Technology Initiatives (MISTI) program. This internship program is providing professional skills to students for the fifth year in a row now. Work includes projects such as evaluating new technologies for their uses in the industry, analyzing fuel and power […]
Now, in the U.S. and over 70 cities in the European continent are currently exploring how to make a zero carbon future possible through 12 projects called the Horizon 2020 Smart Cities and Communities initiative. The goal of these projects is to solve the issue of reliance on carbon based fuels for providing transportation and […]
Saudi Arabia is respected across the globe for the wealth their oil and gas assets have allowed them to accumulate. But now that the energy industry is transforming into a healthy market for budding renewables, the historical kings of oil and gas exports are beginning to look into another natural resource for profitability: solar. Saudi […]
The S&P 500 experienced its worst day in the past six years on Monday, and energy stocks were among those leading the downward spiral. A total of 4.4 percentage points were lost off the S&P 500 from the energy sector, with companies Exxon mobil, Chevron, Chesapeake Energy, and American independent driller Hess suffering the heaviest […]
British oil giant BP is looking to buy up more green energy firms. Chief executive Bob Dudley expressed that the industry is undergoing major changes, so it seems the company must adapt to survive. In order to meet their carbon targets set earlier this year, BP will need to purchase multiple renewable operations. Despite the […]
College students and faculty from the state of Massachusetts will soon converge on their own Statehouse, attempting to pressure schools in the state to go 100% renewable. On Tuesday the group of collegiates will advocate for lawmakers to pass a bill that would require Massachusetts to collect 100% of their energy from renewable sources like […]
Geothermal energy is a renewable energy source that generates electricity by using the natural heat present within the earth’s crust. While it’s development has fallen behind wind and solar, the Salton Sea, an oasis in the middle of one of California’s deserts, is providing new hope for the energy source. Company Controlled Thermal Resources plans […]
New technological innovation has allowed for previously problematic summer heatwaves to be converted into great amounts of solar energy. While these bouts of heat used to cripple solar collection systems, new supercharged thermoelectric devices can now collect the scorching rays, turning them into electrical power. This supercharged technology has been found to be three times […]
A tremendous increase in the amount of earthquakes present across the state of Oklahoma is likely to have been caused by oil and gas wastewater injections. In 2015, Oklahoma was plagued by over 900 tremors above 3 magnitude. A frightening number, considering that a little more than a decade ago, in 2005, only a single […]
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