Monthly Archives: May 2016

U.S. Oil Self-sufficiency: Not all it’s “fracked” up to be

The recent( $30-45 per barrel) price range of crude oil is likely to last for quite some time if prognosticators are to be believed. This is partly because Iranian oil has come on the market and the Saudis show no sign of … Continue reading

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Promising Carbon Capture Technology backed by ExxonMobil

Technology approaches to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere from industrial sources – principally hydrocarbon fuel-based power plants- has been evaluated in some of my earlier posts. It is now generally agreed that scrubbing flue gases with alkaline … Continue reading

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