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PIPELINE LEAK DETECTION MARKET OF THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY 2018-2028

Read on to discover how this definitive report can transform your own research and save you time. The growing environmental concerns has led Visiongain to publish this timely report. The pipeline leak …

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What Changed In The EV Industry In June & July?

I moved from Europe to the US at the end of June, so ended up skipping my monthly updates on what changed in the electric vehicle (EV) and solar energy industries. Now that I’m back at it this month, I’m combining big news from June and July. Enjoy this EV news roundup and let us know in the comments if you think I’m missing any biggies

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The Nigerian Oil Industry And Renewed Instability In The Delta

This shutdown has, in conjunction with the closure of the leaking Trans-Forcados pipeline, which transports 200,000-240,000 bpd, led to further delays and an accumulation of unsold crude. According to …

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121 salt water leaks from Sask. oil industry since start of 2017

Saline water used in the process of oil production has leaked from flowlines and pipelines in Saskatchewan more than 120 times since the beginning of 2017, according to the Ministry of Energy and Reso…

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This North Eagles Swiss-Made Smart Watch May Save Your Life If You Are In The Oil And Gas Industry

Designed strictly for use in the oil and gas industry, where many detection systems are … This is designed to help reduce the reaction time between an H2S leak and the emergency response time. The p…

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The U.S. natural gas industry is leaking way more methane than previously thought

One way to quantify the magnitude of the methane leakage is to divide the amount of methane emitted each year by the total amount of methane pumped out of the ground each year from natural gas and oil …

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The US natural gas industry is leaking way more methane than previously thought. Here’s why that matters

All told, based on the results of our new study, the U.S. oil and gas industry is leaking 13 million metric tons of methane each year, which means the methane leak rate is 2.3 percent. This 60 percent difference between our new estimate and the EPA’s old …

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A New Study Found That The Oil Industry Is Leaking A Whole Lot Of Methane Gas

Oil and gas wells, pipelines, and storage sites are leaking 60% more methane gas into the air than the US government originally estimated, according to new study. These results have big implications for the climate, experts say. Methane, the main component …

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Oil Industry Tries to Take the Fracking Boom Global

and it stands out as an important milestone in BP’s efforts to rebuild production after years of retrenchment following its Gulf of Mexico disaster in 2010. Oman is an unlikely place to lead the race to globalize fracking. Its unconventional reserves are …

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The Impacts Of Illegal Fishing And How Blockchain Can Improve The Industry – Forbes

Throughout history, the earth’s oceans have often been viewed as limitless resources.

Again and again, that view has been proven wrong. Whether you look at the relentless whaling of the 19th century or the boom years of Cannery Row, each time the oceans’ resources are taken for granted, environments suffer.

In both cases, the industries cannibalized themselves, fishing at an unsustainable pace and paving the way for their own destruction as the natural resources they relied on became increasingly scarce.

Lessons like these should have taught society about the dangers of the illegal fishing industry that’s currently flourishing around the world. But too often, the quest for profits is more important.

“The illicit fishing industry is worth tens of billions of dollars a year,” says David Luna, a former U.S. Diplomat and national security official. “Environmental crime is one of the top five illicit crime areas because it’s so profitable for criminals.”

A 2016 study found that total global fish catches were falling three times faster than the UN had predicted—and named overfishing as the culprit. Now, any hope of getting the world’s overfishing problem under control involves cracking down on illegal activities. If left unchecked, it will have wide-reaching effects. Read more