Livestock Emissions

Greenhouse gasses (GHG) seem to be at the front of emissions discussions year over year.   When discussing the topic and contributing factors, we hear about transportation, industrial usage, residential usage, and deforestation – but what about agricultural effects?  According to the EPA, agriculture accounted for nearly 10% of the US Greenhouse gas emissions in 2019.  […]

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Trouble in EV Paradise?

The letters “EV” have been a hot topic, that explaining that the E-V (Electric Vehicle) meaning,  has become unnecessary to anyone around the world today.  There is little doubt of if the EVs will be implemented on a large scale in the U.S. and more a matter of when.

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E15 Clarity

Despite over 98% of all gasoline sold in the United States containing ethanol, over 80% of consumers do not know how much ethanol is present in their gasoline, or what the additional ethanol gasoline means. In this brief overview, we will uncover who can use it, where to find it, and what are some of […]

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Cleaning Up Gasoline Emissions

Clean, or lower emissions is certainly the direction all auto manufacturers are headed, as we run deeper into climate and environmental discussions.   Improving emission of a vehicle is by introducing a cleaner, hotter burning, more oxygen rich fuel to increase the efficiency of the combustion process.   Vehicular emission is why we have 10% ethanol in […]

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Renovating the Nation

There have been consistent whispers during the Trump Campaign of a national infrastructure deal just around the corner.   While the whispers persist, there has not been any strong progression towards improving the national infrastructure. Multiple attempts have been made, but they have all fallen apart due to disagreement on the cost associated, where the cash […]

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Planes, Trains, and now Electric Automobiles?

One of the themes of this unprecedented 2020 calendar year continues to be concentrating on becoming more efficient. Workplace efficiency, fuel efficiency, emission efficiency, and time efficiency are a few examples of topics at the forefront of the business world.   Apple has identified an opportunity to aid in all different industries across all levels.

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Nuclear Canada

Canada has an emphasis on minimizing their carbon footprint. Recently they committed to $20 million for the construction and distribution of small modular nuclear power plants. These single, small, modular power plants would be able to produce up to 300MWe (megawatt of electric capacity). For reference, that would be enough to power 150K to 200K […]

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Market Drop

The most recent WTI drop of 2.9% is the largest in a month. Supply versus demand continues to be a curious topic that is the main driver of the current crude oil situation.   Oversupply of crude oil in 2020 continues as just in the past few days in the North Sea there are a combined […]

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