Scanning the newspapers, social media and analyst coverage this year, there is consensus that a recovery in oil prices is coming, as a function of a reduction in over-supply, and that upward movement in prices should be expected later this year, Douglas-Westwood has said in its DW Monday report.
General Electric (GE) Global Research has announced that it’s developing a prototype turbine that could fit onto a desk. Using “supercritical carbon dioxide,” just one of these devices could power a small town of 10,000 homes.
A motorcycle able to travel up to 500 kilometres (310 miles) on a litre of water was announced by creator Ricardo Azevedo in Sao Paulo, last month. It’s called the “T Power H20,” and the design includes a combination of water and a single, external car battery that’s used to produce electricity, and spark the […]
Maritime News: NASSCO Ready to Launch World’s Second LNG-Powered Containership, TOTE 2 - General Dynamics NASSCO is getting ready for the launch of the second of two LNG-powered containerships being built for TOTE Maritime. The launching ceremony will be held this Saturday at the NASSCO shipyard in San Diego and is open to the public. The launch of ‘TOTE 2′ follows the successful launch of the Isla […]
by Christina Sarich The world is in desperate need of alternative energy, and Australia just rode the wave, quite literally, into a new energy paradigm. Using the Perth Wave Energy Project’s CETO 5 wave energy generators developed by Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, the movement of the ocean is creating renewable, sustainable energy – which can…
Share this:MessageToEagle.com – Our ancestors were aware of the importance of oil. The use of oil is a very ancient invention in fact. As early as 2,000 B.C, there were a number of oil sources in Babylonia and Persia that could easily be used for production. Oil that had seeped to the surface would mostly evaporate …
HomeBiogas is turning organic waste – food waste and animal manure – into usable cooking gas and liquid fertilizer. It eliminates 1 ton of organic waste and reduces harmful emissions equivalent to 6 tons of carbon dioxide over the course of a year. Every …
Lake Imlor is nestled deep within the Russian taiga in western Siberia. More than half of Russia's oil production comes from the surrounding region. For the Indigenous Khanty people who live here, the lake is sacred. They have worshiped on its shores for generations. But the lake and traditional way of life are in peril, a
With the costs of solar power on the decline – prices have seen a staggering drop from around $40 per watt in 1977 to $0.74 per watt in 2013 – this remarkable technology has finally made its way into the mainstream. While this is great news for people in developed countries who want to make the transition […]
Written by Jake Anderson at theantimedia.org Many scientists warn that we’ve reached a point of no return when it comes to climate change. Some researchers believe we have already passed it, citing new evidence that the planet is warming even faster than worst-case forecasts from just …
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