Monthly Archives: July 2015

Natural Gas Will Soon Power Maritime Shipping Fleets

Liquefied natural gas (“LNG”) may soon help reduce the emission of toxic gasses by maritime shipping fleets. Continue reading

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The Effects of Iran Nuclear Deal

With a nuclear deal breakthrough, it is not Iranian oil that has benefitted. The country boasts of the second largest natural gas reserves in the world. Continue reading






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Natural Gas Edges Coal as Biggest U.S. Electricity Source

The number one source of the United States generation of power used to be coal. However, for the very first time natural gas has replaced coal as the number one source of power generation. Continue reading






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Mexico To Construct A Major Natural Gas Pipeline To Bring U.S. Natural Gas

The CFE, Federal Electricity Commission, of Mexico announced that it is going to begin 24 new infrastructure projects that will help build the energy infrastructure of the country. Continue reading






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Increasing Gas Leaks Negate Its Environmental Benefits

Producers have to cap the increasing leaks if they want to reap the environmental benefits natural gas drilling has over coal and oil production. Continue reading






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