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NEW YORK (Bloomberg) -- A drilling surge in America’s hottest oil play may prove to be a pitfall for natural gas bulls. As explorers extract crude from the Permian shale in West Texas, they’re also producing gas. A jump in the number of rigs operating in the basin is adding to the so-called fraclog, or the number of drilled wells that are waiting...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago | 1 comments
In recent articles online, it had been stated that GE is going to stop producing compact fluorescent lights. Those are the ones that look “coiled” so to speak. Now you may be shocked by that. You thought they were the go to bulb. That you should be using those because they are more energy efficient and last longer than incandescent's. Well that is...
Updated 1 year 7 months ago | 1 comments
You know who Amazon is unless you live under a rock. They are at the forefront of online shopping. They have delivery by drones, groceries to your front door & a plethora of other services. Now Amazon is offering something much bigger, renewable energy.   That is right Amazon is going green in a big way. They have a long-term commitment to...
Updated 1 year 8 months ago | 3 comments
Nuclear power is the use of nuclear reactions that release nuclear energy to generate heat, which most frequently is then used in steam turbines to produce electricity in a nuclear power station. These reactions are happening right now and have been for a while, 70 years to be exact. 1980 was the big year with 46 reactors commissioned to be built...
Updated 1 year 8 months ago | 1 comments
According to Wikipedia this is wind power. “Wind energy or wind power is extracted from air flow using wind turbines or sails to produce mechanical or electrical energy. Windmills are used for their mechanical power, windpumps for water pumping, and sails to propel ships.”   Now while that is the technical definition of it, it is much more than...
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If you have anything to do with shale or follow energy news you have probably heard of OPEC. When I first started I kept seeing it pop up in articles and I just glanced over it. I honestly did not pay much attention to it. Although I know now that it is pretty important.   This is the definition of OPEC according to Wikipedia: “Organization of the...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago | 0 comments
Bloomberg just published an article about an invisible spill that is happening in Southern  California. This spill is a steady stream of natural gas seeping out of the pipe casing in a well in Southern California that may spew as much greenhouse gas into the air as a half-million cars do in a year. You can not see it but it is there. It is going...
Updated 1 year 9 months ago | 3 comments
No not that Dark Side, we are talking about the dark side of fracking. Even though fracking has been proven safe, there still are some side effects. Some are more harmful than others. I am going to focus on one particular dark side of fracking. The effect it has on drinking water.   This very well might be the darkest side, because it has...
Updated 1 year 10 months ago | 0 comments
With all the news that has been happening this week, you might have missed this piece of information. Columbiana County landowners have filed two separate lawsuits against Chesapeake Exploration ( which is a part of Chesapeake Energy), alleging Chesapeake is attempting to evade paying the full royalties owed to them. There are two lawsuits so far...
Updated 1 year 10 months ago | 5 comments
"The State Department has decided that the Keystone XL pipeline would not serve the national interest of the United States," Obama said in a 10-minute announcement at the White House with Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Biden.   This happened last Friday and it’s effect will be felt for long after those 10 mins. This project  has...

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