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  1. Going Green Funds are Not Enough

    by Assaf Katzir - 2007-04-10
    At the moment if households want to go green and have an alternative power system, they have to invest some money. Of course they will save money in the long run but usually the middle and the low cla...
  2. Solar Power versus Generator - the Choice

    by Anna Hart - 2007-04-06
    As I write this in early 2007, the controversy over global warming has heated up (pun intended), and people are taking another look at solar power versus generator. For those living outside the power ...
  3. U.S. Utilities "Stealth" Nuclear Revival

    by James Finch - 2007-04-04
    The news media love headlines, especially those which mention that no nuclear reactor has come online in more than a decade. How would journalists (and environmentalists) react if they discovered U.S....
  4. Difficulties Of Offshore Oil Production

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Offshore oil production is the process of extracting oil from undersea oil fields. Drilling oil wells on land is difficult enough. In order to maintain an adequate oil supply, it is necessary for oil ...
  5. New Technologies To Map Oil Production

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Geologists use several unique technologies to map oil production. Oil production is an expensive and labor intensive effort. Therefore it is essential that oil companies have accurate maps of where oi...
  6. The Importance Of Global Oil Production Optimization

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Oil production optimization is vital for the industrialized world. There is not an unlimited supply of oil beneath the ground. That means the oil production supply is limited, and must be optimized to...
  7. The Basic Steps Of Oil Production

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Oil production is the process of locating, drilling, extracting, and refining crude oil into gasoline and other products. The production of oil literally drives modern economies. Most industries depen...
  8. The Hubbert Peak Oil Production Theory

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Hubbert's peak oil production theory stated that the rate of oil production for a given location follows a bell shaped curve. Oil production starts very slowly, then begins to increase rapidly. Produc...
  9. Fluctuations In Current Heating Oil Prices

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Many people around the world are worried about the current heating oil prices. Many households and businesses in cold climates depend on heating oil to maintain the temperature in their buildings duri...
  10. Why Is There An Increase In Current Oil Prices

    by Mayoor Patel - 2007-04-01
    Almost everyone with access to the popular media knows of the spike in current oil prices. Oil prices have risen to levels never before seen. These oil prices refer to the prices of oil commodities an...
  11. Business Bright Chances in Pakistan - A Review (Part III)

    by Adil Mahmood Malik - 2007-03-17
    Part III 6: Renewable Energy sources - Solar Energy Just one square cm of the Sun's surface burns with the brightness of 232,500 candles.- "A half an hour of the Sun's Energy which reaches the Earth'...
  12. Will "Bushanol" Help Global Warming?

    by Philip Harris - 2007-03-12
    "Bushanol" is not the answer to global warming. Ethanol has been around since the 1920's and it is no panacea in the fight to slow global warming. Most scientists agree that the energy to produce i...
  13. You Would Think Living in an Oil Rich Country Should Make Energy Costs Cheaper for Their People?

    by Arnold Nadler - 2007-03-12
    I went to fill up my car a few days ago and saw that the cost per liter of gas at $101.9. For those of you who are not on the metric system, that would equal roughly $3.57 a gallon. In Canada, the pro...
  14. ISR Uranium Mining: A New Method Explained

    by James Finch - 2007-03-10
    ISR uranium mining is responsible for nearly all U.S. uranium mining (except for recovery through phosphates). More than 20 percent of global uranium mining now comes from the in situ recovery method,...
  15. ISR Uranium Mining Reverses the 'Creation' Process

    by James Finch - 2007-03-05
    We began reporting on the In Situ Recovery (ISR) uranium mining method in June 2004. ISR uranium mining is responsible for nearly all U.S. uranium mining (except for recovery through phosphates). More...
  16. Energy, Mood and Perception

    by James Burgess - 2007-03-04
    Energy is the capacity to do work. It is variable from one person to another and from one day to another. Mental energy enables one to do mental work, physical energy gives strength to do physical wor...
  17. Solar Energy Around Your Home

    by James Bratley - 2007-03-03
    You may be surprised to learn how solar energy extraction has been around for over 100 years, and during the industrial revolution, the sun was used to produce steam which would then drive turbines ge...
  18. Offshore Wind Farms

    by James Bratley - 2007-02-27
    Offshore wind farms are becoming an increasingly popular idea, right across the world. This is down number of factors that all contribute to the argument of constructing wind turbines out at sea.Until...
  19. UK Domestic Energy Price Guide

    by James Bergin - 2007-02-27
    Energy price plansAccording to OfGem, the UK's gas and electricity regulator, over the winter of 2004/05 consumers paid 5.2 billion more for their gas and electricity than the year before.However, pr...
  20. OLED Lighting and LED Lighting: The Difference between LED and OLED

    by Anne Clarke - 2007-02-21
    Currently, OLED's lights (or, Organic Light -emitting Diodes) perform at a much more low - efficiency Than LED's, ((inorganic) Light - emitting Diodes) however, promising research is being performed r...