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Increase in Horizontal Drilling Rigs in Permian Basin

By implementing this horizontal type of drilling has allowed drilling companies like Cunningham Energy, an independent oil and gas producer, to harness more volume and different kinds of products from the drilling sites. These horizontal wells can produce crude oil and natural gas.

Increase in Horizontal Drilling Rigs in Permian Basin
posted on: Oct 24, 2014 | author: admin

California Solar Businesses Ready to Roll with Clean Power

Dozens of California solar businesses issued a letter to the White House today, endorsing limits on carbon pollution from power plants and advocating that solar energy become a focal point of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan.

California Solar Businesses Ready to Roll with Clean Power
posted on: Oct 24, 2014 | author: admin

Deterring Raccoons with Common Household Items

Most store-bought poisons and deterrents are inhumane, and the only truly effective way to get rid of raccoons is to physically move and relocate them. This should only be done by a professional, as it can be dangerous to the animal and to yourself.

Deterring Raccoons with Common Household Items
posted on: Oct 24, 2014 | author: admin

Marks & Spencer builds UK’s largest rooftop solar panel network

Spread across 900,000 sq ft with more than 24,000 photovoltaic panels, the system will generate nearly enough energy in daylight hours to power the distribution centre which handles all the goods M&S sells via its online store.

Marks & Spencer builds UK’s largest rooftop solar panel network
posted on: Oct 24, 2014 | author: admin

The Top Oil Producing Locations Across the U.S.

Independent oil provider Cunningham Energy, based in Charleston, West Virginia, recognized these areas as new opportunities in 2008 and became one of the first independent oil-production companies to take advantage the overlooked oilfields.

The Top Oil Producing Locations Across the U.S.
posted on: Aug 28, 2014 | author: admin

Oregon Looks to Map GMO Crops for Better Transparency

First of all, those who are choosing to avoid buying genetically modified foods can be frustrated in their efforts when even their organic purchases have been contaminated with genetically modified material through pollen drift of a nearby field.

Oregon Looks to Map GMO Crops for Better Transparency
posted on: Aug 28, 2014 | author: admin

5 Reasons for Cities to Not Ban Polystyrene Foam

Recently, a number of cities across the United States have considered banning polystyrene foam, commonly mistakenly called Styrofoam, which is a trademark of the Dow Chemical Company. Most recently, the Boston foam ban has gotten a lot of press. While many are under the impression that the material cannot be recycled and is detrimental to the environment, this is far from the truth.

5 Reasons for Cities to Not Ban Polystyrene Foam
posted on: May 13, 2014 | author: admin

Antarctic Ice ‘Cork’ Melting Could Lead to Unstoppable Sea Rise

Simulations suggest that the greatest rate of sea level rise produced by an 'uncorking' would be about 0.02 inches per year for 25,000 years.

Antarctic Ice ‘Cork’ Melting Could Lead to Unstoppable Sea Rise
posted on: May 13, 2014 | author: admin

Energy Service Providers

Pennsylvania and West Virginia are traditionally known for coal production but the discovery of shale resources has increased energy output along the east coast. Additionally, independent energy providers like Cunningham Energy have worked to developed new technologies to make this entire process more efficient.

Energy Service Providers
posted on: Mar 4, 2014 | author: admin

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman

In addition to being recognized for its splendid views and delicious meals, this Grand Cayman restaurant is also known for its sustainability efforts. Owner, Steve Broadbelt is strategic with his menu offerings.

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Opens in Grand Cayman
posted on: Jan 29, 2014 | author: admin
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