Category Archive: Energy

Sep 26

More links for newbies

You know nothing about Geo-Engineering and Weather Warfare? Well, you can start search from our database and the Centre for Research on Globalization. Try: Weather and Warfare, Geo-Engineering, and HAARP. Another useful source of leaks and deep analysis is the Gianni Lannes blog.

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Apr 21

Greece in the arms of Russia and China

Following the “suggestion” from rhe Germany’s finance minister Wolfgang Schauble who said the Greeks are free to pursue deals with Russia and China as they rush to avoid an impending bankruptcy, the Greek Government is to sign an agreement with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, after the many deals China closed in logistics and industry …

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Apr 16

Bomb Iran? Not now: Bomb Yemen

“Bomb Iran? Not now; the new normal is bomb Yemen. But still bomb Iran might be back in a flash. Pentagon supremo Ash Carter confirmed last week “all options are on the table” even if an Iran-P5+1 nuclear deal is finally reached in June. So, for the record, the Pentagon is affirming nuclear negotiations are …

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Apr 16

Dollar hegemony and the Iran nuclear issue

A useful historical compendium of the last two decades is in the article by Peter Koenig on the Information Clearing House website, reminding how the most crucial moves in Middle East, including the last “wars for democracy”, might be strictly related to another war: the one for dollar supremacy in the world. The conclusions are …

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Jan 12

Finite resources in a finite World

Gail Tverberg tries to answer why a finite World may be a problem… read more about the economic implications of finite resources.

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Mar 12

First gas extraction from methane hydrate

A Japanese energy explorer said on Tuesday it extracted gas from offshore methane hydrate deposits for the first time in the world, as part of an attempt to achieve commercial production within six years. (Reuters) Methan hydrate is an interesting source of energy, due to its high energy density: one cubic meter of combustible ice …

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Mar 11

Transatlantic biofuel test flight

KLM Dutch Airlines is flying partially on used cooking oil between NY and Amsterdam over the next 25 weeks, Reuters reports. The pilot is a partnership between KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Delta Air Lines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Schiphol Group, which operates airports.  The purpose of the pilot is …

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