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The report "Reality Check Oil & Gas 2011", prepared by consultants Deloitte says that oil and gas will remain the main source of energy for the next 25 years. Renewable Energy Renewable energy, including wind energy, have shown tremendous growth in recent years, but according to this report the heavy reliance that the world has oil and gas does not seem to go away. The report remarked positively that the increase in GDP of China, when combined with the determination of the Republic to diversify its fuel sources and creating an environment of low emissions, is a good omen for renewable energy. This is the second year the group produced the "Oil & Gas Reality Check, " conducted through in-depth interviews with customers, analysts and energy industry the most qualified professionals in the area of member firms of Deloitte. Continue reading
Posted Feb 20, 2011 at Moving Forward: Technology & The Web
We have been hearing a lot lately about bioethanol. Can this help fuel economies? Of all the search results and research we've done , perhaps the one that sounds the best really is bioethanol. We started off by looking at, then Bing results and after that we looked at mywebsearch and Yahoo too to see what kind of results we would find there. There is no question that the web is a great place to do reseacrh and beats the days of sitting in the library and looking in books. Anyway, we found on our web search that Bioethanol is an alcohol that can be obtained from maize, sorghum, potato, wheat or sugar cane. When mixed with gasoline increases the octane, favoring combustion while reducing emissions of carbon monoxide and hydrocarbons. Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2011 at Moving Forward: Technology & The Web
The words "renewable energy" sound increasingly more in the economic and social development. The need for alternatives to oil, with a possible shortage, or their prices ever higher, and the feeling of fighting climate change have led governments of different countries is seeking to overturn the "clean" energy : wind, solar thermal, solar photovoltaic, biomass and biofuels are some of the factors on which further studies are underway and progress. On March 9, leaders of the governments of the European Union, meeting in Brussels (See hotels in Brussels), agreed that by 2020, 20% of the energy consumed in the European territory were from renewable sources , and that biofuels accounted for 10% of fuels used in transport. Continue reading
Posted Feb 3, 2011 at Moving Forward: Technology & The Web
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