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By Jason Simpkins Staff Writer Korea’s Posco Ltd., Asia’s third-largest steelmaker, has landed a $350 million contract to build the biggest blast furnace in India, Bloomberg News said Wednesday. The furnace, a key part of the steel-making process, is for the Steel Authority of India Ltd., which is 85.84% state owned. It makes 14 million […]
By Jason SimpkinsStaff Writer The European Commission yesterday (Wednesday) introduced a plan calling for a massive restructuring of power grids throughout the continent. The plan was designed to reduce the region’s vulnerability to the massive energy companies that control the production and transmission of gas and electricity. Currently, large energy companies monopolize energy production and […]
By Jason Simpkins A subsidiary of ADA-ES Inc. (NASDAQ:ADES), a leader in environmental technology, is out to slash air pollution – and in a big way. So big, in fact, that the company is planning to build the world’s biggest plant for producing activated carbon, a substance that allows coal-fired power plants to operate more […]
Europe cant rely on Russian gas sources anymore and must look to other countries like Libya and Algeria
The soaring prices of crude oil and gasoline are just part of a broad-based worldwide boom in commodities that is being driven by the full-fledged economic emergence of China, India and some other key global markets.
Investors had feared that the Nigerian Oil Strike would be a long work outage, causing overblown oil prices instead of spiking energy prices.
The Senate last week approved a bill calling for a bigger use of ethanol, as well as the first boost in gas mileage requirements in several decades.