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Mexican methane leak rate ‘alarming’ for climate change, report says – Reuters

A fuel burner is seen at Mexico’s state-run oil monopoly Pemex platform “Ku Maloob Zaap” in the Northeast Marine Region of Pemex Exploration and Production in the Bay of Campeche April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Victor Ruiz Garcia MEXICO CITY, July 28…

The test bench for oil workers has been developed at Samara Polytech

(Samara Polytech (Samara State Technical University)) Samara Polytech scientists have created a test bench that simulates the operating conditions of tubing pipes that extract oil fluid from the formation.

Climate change goals and oil production are clashing in the U.S. – National Geographic

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden rejoined the Paris Agreement, temporarily banned all new oil and gas leases on federal land, and canceled permits for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. In April, the president held a virtual…

Marc Morano: Biden’s Climate Agenda Is Going To Kneecap The U.S. With China

“Green Fraud” author Marc Morano joined “Fox News Primetime” to discuss progressive’s pressuring President Biden to go soft on China’s human rights abuses in favor of a climate agenda. Marc Morano: Well these activists, and by the way, make no mistake…

Climate change is a global challenge that requires a global perspective | TheHill – The Hill

Two defining issues of our time raise tough questions about the United States’ relationship with the rest of the world. A recent essay argued that the twin challenges of a global pandemic and climate change are similar because they force…

Cape Town And Dubai Battle Over Africa’s Energy Future

There is no actual catastrophe on the horizon. And they know it! The hysteria in the press (here, here, here, and here, for example) is exceeded only by the screeching of Hollywood actors like Leonardo di Caprio and Don Cheadle….

Investigating carbonate mineral chemical variations to improve oil recovery

(Texas A&M University) Dr. Igor Ivanishin, a postdoctoral researcher in the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University, has firsthand experience with the frustrations of oil production. He spent nine years as a hydraulic fracturing engineer with operating and service companies in Russia. A few years ago, he came to Texas A&M to get his doctoral degree while delving into a reoccurring recovery problem in carbonate reservoirs: why don’t they produce oil as predicted?

ExxonMobil Gets The Leftist Tiger In Its Tank

Control over one-third of ExxonMobil’s board of directors was captured by climate activists at the recent annual shareholder meeting. Wall Street Journal columnist Holman Jenkins dismissed the astonishing accomplishment as a “pseudo-event” — one “arranged or brought about merely for the sake of…

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