Monthly Archives: September 2011

Plastic to Oil and Oil from Algae

Just a quick post today with a couple of sites for you to review. Plastic to Oil This report outlines a developing technology that uses plastic refuse and turns it into a synthetic fuel. The facilities to do so are … Continue reading

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Algae Away! US Navy Invests In Alternative Fuels

Oil from Algae. As I’ve indicated previously,  it’s my opinion, after studying all of the liquid fuel alternatives to fossil oil, that OIL derived from ALGAE will ultimately emerge as our oil of choice (if you will) in the coming … Continue reading

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Just in Case You Missed it: Enron

Last evening CNBC ran a documentary exposing the “inner workings” of the Enron debacle. Even though I was already aware of much of the information presented, as someone who is interested in, if not obsessed with all things ‘energy’, I … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned From a Recent Paper on Climate Change

The following is an article posted by Robert Rapier on his R Squared Energy Blog over at Consumer Energy Report. Bob’s work is exemplary of sensible thinking. He is very knowledgeable on energy issues (though I don’t agree with every … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Keystone XL

This Keystone XL pipeline and the tar sand oil that it will deliver to the US is becoming an intractable issue. It epitomizes the essence of OUR PROBLEM of  how are we going to transition to a sustainable, carbon neutral … Continue reading

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