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China's oil markets: China's petroleum markets have undergone profound changes. What's ahead?(Industry overview)
March 22, 2006... China's petroleum markets have undergone profound changes in the past decade as demand for a wide range of petroleum products has grown much more rapidly than many analysts expected and as growth in the country's domestic oil production has slowed sharply. The increase in demand for oil...
Do rebates work? they may have only a tiny impact on renewable consumption.(CONSERVATION)
March 22, 2006... The Energy Policy Act 2005 (EPACT 2005) Sec. 206 provides for the establishment of a rebate program for expenditures made to install renewable energy systems in connection with a dwelling unit or small business. The amount of the rebate is set at 25 percent of the expenditures made by the...
Rx for "oil addiction": are we addicts? We need petroleum and we must learn to live with it.
March 22, 2006... President Bush continues to amaze his core supporters by campaigning for ending our national "oil addiction" and reducing Middle East oil imports by 75 percent by 2025. Out goes advocacy of increased production--and in comes a paean to technology, ethanol and other alternative energy...
Black gold: the U.S. looks to Nigeria for energy security despite 40 years of unrest.(SECURITY)(Cover story)
March 22, 2006... Nigeria aspires to double its oil production in this decade and become Africa's largest gas exporter, with significant implications for four of the five biggest oil majors. At the same time, the U.S. Government, in the post-9-11 World, realizes that West Africa, led by Nigeria, has the...
Alternative energy thinking.(prices going high, energy shortages)(Editorial)
March 22, 2006... The physicist Albert Einstein once said, "The problems that exist in the world today cannot be solved by the level of thinking that created them." That trenchant observation is extraordinarily relevant to our present day world energy "crisis." Our usual experience with crises is more...