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Self-Sufficient Floating Cities to be Produced by 2025

Feb 07, 2012 at 17:21 | Energy Digital

Japanese scientists are working on a concept to build carbon-neutral, self-sufficient floating cities. Japanese firm Shimizu has a startling new concept: mini floating, carbon-neutral cities that drift across the…

The Energy Mix that will help us Survive without Fossil Fuels

The Energy Mix that will help us Survive without Fossil Fuels

Feb 07, 2012 at 17:14 | Tom Murphy

Breathe, Neo. I’ve been running a marathon lately to cover all the major players that may provide viable alternatives to fossil fuels this century. Even though I have not exhausted…

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Oil Rich Azerbaijan Looking for Investors

Feb 07, 2012 at 17:11 | John Daly

The prosperity of former republics of the USSR, which collapsed in December 1991, has primarily been driven by the development of energy resources in the post-Soviet era, notably around the…

How Energy Availability Affects Economies and Societies

How Energy Availability Affects Economies and Societies

Feb 07, 2012 at 17:06 | Open Democracy

So familiar has the social economy of energy become in modern societies, so routine its extraordinary wastefulness, so toxic its effects, that the capacity for a better way can be…

U.S. Energy Trade Mission to Visit Four African Countries

U.S. Energy Trade Mission to Visit Four African Countries

Feb 07, 2012 at 12:40 | John Daly

For the last decade, as China has advanced its economic interests on the Dark Continent, Washington regarded Africa primarily through its ‘global war on terror” lens. Top of the U.S.…

Are There Holes in Pipeline Transparency?

Are There Holes in Pipeline Transparency?

Feb 06, 2012 at 22:48 | Daniel J. Graeber

An assistant attorney general in Montana announced this week he was trying to decide whether or not to move ahead with claims against Exxon Mobil for a July oil spill…

Cambodia - Next Oil and Natural Gas Frontier?

Cambodia - Next Oil and Natural Gas Frontier?

Feb 06, 2012 at 22:46 | John Daly

U.S. and Japanese companies are interested in prospecting for oil and natural gas in Cambodia. According to Phai Siphan, state secretary and spokesman of the Council of Ministers Office,…

The Energy Fallout from the Arab Spring

The Energy Fallout from the Arab Spring

Feb 04, 2012 at 12:10 | Daniel J. Graeber

Jordan announced this week it was discussing with Baghdad the development of natural gas fields along its northern border with Iraq. The pipeline system in the Sinai Peninsula carrying natural…

Canada's Shameful Propaganda Against Saudi Arabian Oil Reaches New Levels

Canada's Shameful Propaganda Against Saudi Arabian Oil Reaches New Levels

Feb 04, 2012 at 12:07 | Post Carbon

Almost exactly nine years ago, opposition to the US invasion of Iraq was reaching a fever pitch. On February 15, 2003 millions of people around the world rallied to…

Lebanon's Electrical Woes Become Political Football

Lebanon's Electrical Woes Become Political Football

Feb 02, 2012 at 20:44 | John Daly

Beirut, the “Paris of the Middle East,” has one problem that the City of Light does not – electricity shortages. In a country whose complex politics frequently produce gridlock, concerns…

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