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Archive for October, 2011

The 3rd Unconventional Hydrocarbons Summit 2012

The 3rd Unconventional Hydrocarbons Summit 2012

China  now  is playing catch-up to Asian rivals in the race to buy into North America's Unconventional natural-gas sector: China National Offshore Oil Corporation Ltd. agreed in October to pay up to $2.16 billion for a 33.3 percent stake in Ches.. Read More

Featured, Oil and Gas | 10.30.11 | No Comments

Listen to Anthony Migyanka Interview - CLLEEN's Inventor

Listen to Anthony Migyanka Interview – CLLEEN’s Inventor

Here is the introduction to a 45  minute interview given by Anthony Migyanka to Tara Roskell of www.ideasuploaded.com [caption id="attachment_198" align="alignleft" width="200" caption="Anthony Migyanka, Founder of CLLEEN Water and Power"][/capt.. Read More

waterdesalinationplants.com | 10.30.11 | No Comments

Photo tour of a gas drilling site in Pennsylvania

Photo tour of a gas drilling site in Pennsylvania

All the talk about gas drilling, fracking and you have no idea what it really looks like 'on the ground'? Well here's your chance - thanks to the New York City Environmental Protection Department, here is a slideshow photo tour of a natural gas hy.. Read More

Featured, Oil and Gas | 10.28.11 | No Comments

Water Use and Sustainable Development in Coal Mining

Water Use and Sustainable Development in Coal Mining

A CASE STUDY FROM CENTRAL QUEENSLAND¹ Robin Evans (Senior Researcher, Sustainable Minerals Institute, UQ) Peter Roe (Manager – Environment, BMA Coal) Jim Joy (Director, Mineral Industry Safety and Health Centre, UQ) ABSTRACT   The u.. Read More

Mining, Oil and Gas | 10.27.11 | No Comments

Linking Water, Energy & Environmental Sustainability

In Australia water is a very precious commodity - as it is or should be everywhere. Freshwater supplies are diminishing each year. The mining sector in the northern part of Australia, drives its economy and yet even though the Northern Australia rece.. Read More

Mining, Oil and Gas, Solutions | 10.26.11 | No Comments

Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Aid

Global Humanitarian Aid - Horn of Africa Crisis Currently the most urgent need for humanitarian aid is in the Horn of Africa.  The severe drought in this area has resulted in the massive displacement of people.  The scale of the crisis escalates.. Read More

Humanitarian Aid | 10.25.11 | 1 Comment

Mining and Water – inextricably linked

The sheer quantity and requirements for water for mining operations is staggering. Water desalination plants are essential tools in the challenges faced by most of the mining sector worldwide. The demand for water to support mining operations .. Read More

Mining, Solutions, waterdesalinationplants.com | 10.24.11 | 2 Comments

Oil and Gas – Water, Water Everywhere – or Nowhere?

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates the nation's oil and gaswells produce 15 billion to 20 billion barrels of water annually. In 1993, the oil and gas industry produced enough water worldwide to flow over Niagara Falls for nine days, accor.. Read More

Featured, Oil and Gas | 10.23.11 | No Comments

Singapore explores new technology to treat water

Singapore explores new technology to treat water

A new technology is being tested for its potential to treat drinking water in Singapore. A S$5 million water treatment plant, which will use ceramic membrane technology to treat drinking water, has been built at the Choa Chu Kang Waterworks after .. Read More

Featured, Solutions | 10.22.11 | No Comments

waterdesalinationplants.com

Water desalination is the world's most popular method for coping with growing water shortages due to population increase coupled with increased water use. Here's how the technology works and where it is used: Current Water Desalination Practice At .. Read More

Featured | 10.21.11 | No Comments