Natural Gas

In what some are calling the next gold rush, Natural Gas is rapidly changing the fuel landscape.

Appeals of two high-profile cases that will influence the future of shale gas development in New York State remain uncertain.
The quality of well water in Dimock, Pa. is the center of national attention for activists, journalists, regulators, lawyers, policy makers, and industry officials – all looking for the latest evidence from government studies that will support their... Read More
THIS WEEK: Did you know the vegetable oil we use to make our french fries could also power our cars? In this webisode, Planet Forward drops by GreenLight BioFuels’ new plant in Maryland where they’ve been turning cooking waste into biofuel.
Former Admiral and current president of the American Council on Renewable Energy Dennis McGinn discusses the power of choice in overcoming oil dependency.
Who better to discuss the evolution of American oil prices than the former president of Shell Oil? John Hofmeister discusses the history of oil consumption and a secure energy future that involves viable alternatives such as biofuels and high-... Read More
Are flex-fuel cars the future? Former CIA Director James Woolsey proposes that we "do like the Brazilians do." See why this idea may transform the vehicle fleet.
District energy systems distribute thermal energy (steam, hot water, and/or chilled water) through a network of underground pipes to multiple buildings in an area, such as a downtown district, college or hospital campus, airport, or military base.... Read More
Cities can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and cultivate a new fuel source by managing methane emissions from landfills. In this video, Lawson Oates, Director of Toronto’s Environment Office, talks about the opportunities to be found in waste... Read More
Advanced Plasma Industries (API) is an innovative technology research & development company based in Maryland, U.S.A. Our expertise centers on plasma research and extends to numerous additional areas.
The University of Texas at Austin has increased its total annual energy production efficiency by almost 30% over the last 13 years. 150 million in energy efficiency improvements were paid for by reduced fuel consumption. Juan Ontiveros, director of... Read More

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