United States’ oil and gas pipeline leak detection system market analysis to 2021 detailed in new research report

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Oct 102017
 

The US Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection System Market in terms of value is projected to exhibit a CAGR of over ~0.28% during 2016 – 2021, largely driven by rising pipeline projects and increasing oil and gas production in the country. The US Oil and …
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United States Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection Market Sales Volume (Million Units) and Growth Rate (2012-2022) Analysis in a Latest Research Report

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Aug 222017
 

In this report, the United States Oil and Gas Pipeline Leak Detection market is valued at USD XX million in 2016 and is expected to reach USD XX million by the end of 2022, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2016 and 2022. United States Oil and Gas Pipeline …
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The United States Of America’s Vulnerable Infrastructure

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Jul 312017
 

This article is a call for action on an issue that has important implications for the U.S. – the fact that infrastructure on which we are highly dependent can be compromised by deliberate action by our enemies

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Icebergs could be dragged 5000 miles from Antarctica to United Arab Emirates to provide vital drinking water – Mirror.co.uk

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May 052017
 

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Icebergs could be dragged 5000 miles from Antarctica to United Arab Emirates to provide vital drinking water
Mirror.co.uk
Icebergs could be dragged 5,000 miles from Antarctica to United Arab Emirates to provide vital drinking water. The plans could provide billions of gallons of fresh water to the people of UAE after dragging them thousands of miles across the ocean.
UAE Is Going To Tow An Iceberg From Antarctica To Solve Its Drinking Water ProblemIndiatimes.com
UAE to tow icebergs from Antarctica for drinking waterThe Queensland Times
Need a drink? Why not get yourself an iceberg from AntarcticaCBBC Newsround
NOLA.com
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The Truth About Oil And Gas In The United States

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Mar 162017
 

The same can not be said about oil and gas production in federal waters. For a time, production in the Gulf of Mexico has been prosperous until the rise of fracking brought down the price of drilling for natural gas on land. In order to drill in offshore …
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There’s Something Very Weird Happening to Weather Across the United States – ATTN

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Dec 192016
 

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There's Something Very Weird Happening to Weather Across the United States
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The frigid weather is being called 'weather whiplash,' a term used to describe rapid shifts between extreme temperatures. These periods have been linked to manmade climate change, Dr. Joe Room wrote for Think Progress in 2015.

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United States Geological Survey confirms it: Fracking causes earthquakes

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Apr 012016
 

That’s an earthquake. When fracking waste fluids are pumped back down below the shale for what we hope will be safe disposal outside the groundwater system, we are pumping those fluids into porous rock, which requires high pressure. At the required …
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China’s United PV Secures $1.5 Billion Funding To Acquire Solar Power Projects

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Jan 062016
 

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One of China’s rapidly emerging solar power project developers and operators, United PV, has secured a fresh credit line to expand its footprint further. United PV, which has been on an acquisition spree for the last several months, has secured RMB 10 billion (US$ 1.5 billion) to acquire more solar power projects. The company has raised [&hellip

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SunEdison Interconnects 117 MW Of Utility-Scale Solar Projects In United Kingdom

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May 122014
 



One of the biggest solar companies in the world today, SunEdison, recently announced that it had finished construction on a 117 MW (DC) portfolio of utility-scale photovoltaic solar power plants across the UK.

The portfolio, which consists of eight separate solar power plants, represents the company’s first completed development in the UK market.

Image Credit: SunEdison

Image Credit: SunEdison


“We just entered the UK solar market this year and have already interconnected eight plants,” stated Jose Perez, president of SunEdison Europe, Africa, and Latin America. “This is a testament to our ability to enter a new market and efficiently execute projects that add to the company’s bottom line. We attribute much of our success to our ability to find highly-qualified local vendors to partner with. They provide localized expertise while helping us support the local job market.”

The completion of the new portfolios follows close on the heels of the recently signed deal between SunEdison and Statkraft — a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) that will see Statkraft purchase the renewable energy produced by SunEdison’s 88 MW (DC) portfolio of six utility-scale photovoltaic solar power plants currently under construction in the UK.

In related news, SunEdison’s growth is expected to see yet another surge this year, with 1150 MW worth of solar PV projects in the pipeline. The expected surge represents a 90% increase in the number of projects completed as compared to the previous year.

That’s significant growth for sure, and growth that will likely continue for some time, considering the company’s ever-growing project list. Most recently, the company began a study, along with the Saudi Arabian government, to determine the feasibility of a proposed $ 6.4 billion fully integrated solar PV manufacturing complex in the Middle Eastern country. With the completion of such a plant, the company will likely have maneuvered itself into an enviable position with regards to doing business with the extremely wealthy oil-producer.

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United Nations Blames Humans for 2013′s Extreme Weather – Care2.com

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Mar 302014
 

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United Nations Blames Humans for 2013′s Extreme Weather
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The newest “Status of the Climate Report” from the United Nations states that global warming is predominately caused by human activity. The climate report for 2013 was based on data from three independent studies. These included data collected since …
Preparing to withstand other extreme weather eventsRappler
There's precedent for most extreme weather eventsBrainerd Daily Dispatch
UN science report: Warming worsens security woesWCBD
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