Posts filed under “Energy”

Marines Push for Solar Energy

Category: Energy, Video

Who Won the Iraq War?

Iraq repays America by awarding oil contracts to China.

Chinese Oil Drill


Category: Energy, Humor, Video, War/Defense

Solar Powered Window Socket

Source: Reflection Of Me

Category: Energy, Weekend

BP Oil Spill Evidence of Massive Cover Up

  BP clean up worker Malcolm Coco told Al Jazeera that there has been a massive coverup of the size of the BP oil spill: This fire initially was the biggest fire ever in the world. But every day we exceeded those numbers …. [Clean-up worker Malcolm Coco] says he has evidence there was more…Read More

Category: Energy, Think Tank

Iraq War Could Have Paid For 100% Renewable Power Grid

For the Price of the Iraq War, The U.S. Could Have a 100% Renewable Power System Posted on April 11, 2013 by WashingtonsBlog What Are We Choosing for Our Future? Wind energy expert Paul Gipe reported this week that – for the amount spent on the Iraq war – the U.S. could be generating 40%-60%…Read More

Category: Energy, Think Tank, War/Defense

Why Is Wall Street So Hot for Solar Energy?

What should investors know about the solar industry? OneRoof Energy CEO David Field explains on Markets Hub.

Source: MarketBeat

Category: Energy, Video

The Super Supercapacitor

Meet the scientific accident that could change the world:

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Category: Energy, Science, Technology, Video

Is Oil-Demand Plateauing?

Click to enlarge Source: Bloomberg     The huge finds in Natural Gas and historically low prices on a per BTU basis is driving more more big energy consumers away from Crude Oil. This could lead to a global plateau in Oil demand by the end of the decade, according to Seth Kleinman, the head of…Read More

Category: Energy

National Gas Prices

Click to enlarge Source: WSJ     Interesting graphic on gas prices nationally . . .

Category: Commodities, Digital Media, Energy

Saudi Arabia Cuts Oil Production

The Japanese PM, Mr Abe, has repeated on Japanese TV this weekend that he expects the BoJ to confirm a policy to raise inflation to 2.0%, in the medium term. Given his continuing statements, a rejection of such a policy will be a major blow. However, recent comments by the current BoJ governor suggest that…Read More

Category: Energy, Think Tank