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Carbon Capture

Shell fits final module on Alberta oil sands' first carbon capture project | Reuters

... CALGARY, Alberta Aug 27 (Reuters) - Shell Canada has fitted the final module at the first carbon capture and storage project in Alberta's oil sands, the company said on Wednesday, putting start-up on track for 2015. The Quest CCS project, now 70 percent complete, is being built with funding from the Alberta and Canadian federal government to help mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from the ...

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Climate Change

U.S. State Department lawyer Benes is latest Keystone XL player to go - Yahoo News

... impact reviews on Keystone, which concluded that the 1,200-mile (1,900-km) pipeline might encourage Canadian oil sands development, but would not meaningfully worsen global climate change. However, Keystone opponents see the personnel shifts as opportunities to influence one of the most politically charged issues of President Barack Obama's second term. "This could give us a ...

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Solar

NASA Completes Key Review of World's Most Powerful Rocket in Support of Journey to Mars | NASA

... beyond low-Earth orbit. In its most powerful configuration, SLS will provide an unprecedented lift capability of 130 metric tons (143 tons), which will enable missions even farther into our solar system, including such destinations as an asteroid and Mars. [image-51] This decision comes after a thorough review known as Key Decision Point C (KDP-C), which provides a development cost ...

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Nuclear

BBC News - Dont blame war correspondent victims

... long as there is war, there will be people who risk their lives to bring the stories to the public. And, sadly, there will likely be more lives lost. Japan Risk remains for Japan's nuclear reactors - More than three years after the Fukushima earthquake and tsunami, writes Arnie Gundersen for the Lebanon Daily Star, Japan's reactors remain vulnerable to a nuclear meltdown. "Japan is prone to ...

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Coal

Modi slams whispering campaign against Rajnath Singh | Reuters

... who rose to become chief minister of Gujarat state, has cultivated an austere image since ousting a Congress-led government tarnished by corruption scandals that affected industries ranging from coal to telecoms. The 63-year-old prime minister has installed close ally and campaign manager Amit Shah as BJP president as he seeks to strengthen his hold on power ahead of state elections that could ...

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Oil

Islamic State and Syrian government committing war crimes: U.N. | Reuters

... establish a cross-border caliphate, have drawn more experienced and ideologically motivated foreign fighters and established control over large areas in northern and eastern Syria, particularly oil-rich Deir al-Zor, it said. "Executions in public spaces have become a common spectacle on Fridays in al Raqqa and ISIS-controlled areas of Aleppo governorate (province)," the report said. "Child ...

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Gas

UPDATE 1-High gas-flow tests boost BG's Tanzania LNG plans | Reuters

... - British gas company BG Group has produced higher-than-expected flows of gas from a test well off the coast of Tanzania, boosting the financial viability of its planned liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal in the east African country. Test flows at BG's Mzia-3 well off the southern part of Tanzania's coast produced better-than-expected results, reaching a maximum rate of 101 ...

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Wind

E.ON bets on wind power for renewable profit surge | Agricultural Commodities | Reuters

... BERLIN Aug 26 (Reuters) - Germany's top utility E.ON expects its renewable business to thrive in the coming years as it banks on wind power investments at home and abroad to pay off, the board member in charge of the unit said. "Renewable energy profits will rise. We're investing in the business so we expect earnings to grow," Mike Winkel told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday, adding that ...

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Biofuels

Earth can sustain more terrestrial plant growth than previously thought, analysis shows -- ScienceDaily

... A new analysis suggests the planet can produce much more land-plant biomass -- the total material in leaves, stems, roots, fruits, grains and other terrestrial plant parts -- than previously thought. The study recalculates the theoretical limit of terrestrial plant productivity, and finds that it is much higher than many current estimates allow. The study, reported in Environmental Science and ...

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Green Energy

BBC News - Chile launches its biggest wind farm

... total electricity generating capacity. The wind farm is small by the standards of Europe and the US but is one of the biggest in South America, which is only now starting to develop "green energy" in earnest. Some 70% of the energy the farm generates will be used to power a large copper mine, Los Pelambres, in the Chilean Andes. The rest will be sold on the open market. Jointly owned ...

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