Ripped Off by the Russians!

I discovered one of my articles was copied without attribution onto a Russian website.  I suppose I could be mad, but I think I will just take it as a complement that someone liked my work enough to steal it. http://portnews.ru/digest/13384/ Growth of LNG fuel in maritime shipping-RUSSIAN_01_22_2014

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Joule – CO2 to Fuels via Photosynthesis

This article was published at Breaking Energy http://breakingenergy.com/2014/01/22/co2-to-fuels-via-photosynthesis/ January 20, 2014 Joule – CO2 to Fuels via Photosynthesis Joule is a biotech firm developing a breakthrough photosynthesis based system for the production of liquid fuels using biocatalysts fueled by sunlight and carbon dioxide. The Joule process looks like many of the algal biofuel processes from […]

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Growth of LNG Fuel in Maritime Shipping

This piece first appeared on the Energy Collective. http://theenergycollective.com/ed-dodge/329406/growth-lng-fuel-maritime-shipping Maritime LNG Fuel_jan_2014 1/18/2014 The marine shipping industry is moving towards a heavy use of LNG, driven primarily by new emissions standards that come into place in 2015 combined with the low cost of natural gas from unconventional shale resources. Traditionally, big ships use bunker fuel, […]

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How Much Methane Is There?

There has been a lot of talk this week about a new PNAS study which found much higher levels of methane in the atmosphere than previously estimated.  Reactions to the study were predictable.  Climate activists sounded the alarm and reiterated their position that natural gas is no solution for clean energy because systemic leakages of […]

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