Monthly Archives: June 2009

New natural gas terminal adds to the oversupply of gas.

The WSJ reports that “The amount of natural gas available for production in the U.S. has soared 58% in the past four years, driven by a drilling boom and the discovery of huge new gas fields in Texas, Louisiana and … Continue reading

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What’s not to like about this renewable energy?

Mention a run of the river hydro project in B.C. and the rent a busload of protesters will show up to complain – on environmental grounds. If the project was developed by the government owned B.C. Hydro a lot of … Continue reading

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Wood Gasification –Victoria B.C. inner harbour

In an urban surrounding, wood gasification is providing heat and hot water. In a province not lacking in wood waste one wonders: “Why has it taken so long?” Meanwhile, plans are in place to build a wood gasification plant at … Continue reading

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