Political and Geographic Influences on the Crude Oil Prices
Monday, 01 August 2011 16:00
During this stormy days, that we're living, the crude oil prices experience a great variety. On the one side there is the economy crisis of the United States, on the other the hurricane season in the Gulf of Mexico.
Economy is going to the dogs and we want to save the Nature
Last Updated on Saturday, 30 July 2011 12:10 Friday, 29 July 2011 17:44
In the last few days, the scientist of the United Nations got together in France to discuss their new plans and ideas in the fight against the damages to the environment. All of them believe in that legendary “Global Warming” and without facing the facts, that whole Europe, even France, is under a big cloud of cold wind and rain. They are ready to spend millions of euros and dollars for pilot projects, which will save the Earth of it's trash... in the next 100 years.
Time to experiment with hydrokinetics?
Last Updated on Friday, 29 July 2011 10:18 Friday, 29 July 2011 10:17
The US crisis is going deeper and deeper. If the Obama Administration will not fix the situation, the dollar will loose his value and the inflation will take over inevitably the whole economy. Even if the government has to fight against such serious problems, the Department of Energy has a mandate to spend $50 million dollars a year for renewable energy researches.
The Keystone XL Pipeline Debate
Last Updated on Friday, 22 July 2011 12:37 Friday, 22 July 2011 12:33
The Keystone XL Pipeline is that pipeline, that brings Canadian oil sands to Texas. The line is crossing through the Yellowstone National Park. In the last days, we all heard about an accident, when the line got damaged and 750-1000 barrels of oil streamed in the Yellowstone River. Everybody got scared, of course, since everybody saw the great catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico. The Keystone pipeline has been closed and these days a great debate splits the public opinion: does the US industry needs to keep this crude oil import source or not?
A lot more “Latino” Oil as expected
Last Updated on Thursday, 21 July 2011 13:10 Thursday, 21 July 2011 13:09
The South American Energy Organisation OLADE surprised the public opinion. As their statistics showed, the Latin American countries have a much larger reserve stock on crude oil, as excepted. Almost 40 % more, as so far knowned.