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Natural Gas Engineering

1.  What is Natural Gas?

A mixture of hydrocarbons and varying quantities of non-hydrocarbons that exist in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs. 1,883 more words

Dry Gas

Natural gas ratepayers should see cap-and-trade costs on bills: auditor

A survey conducted at the behest of the auditor general suggests nearly all Ontarians who heat their home using natural gas want to see the costs of cap and trade clearly displayed on their bills – and so does the auditor herself. 632 more words


Reservoir Engineering

1.  Phase Diagram

Understanding the phase diagram will help to:

  • Classify reservoirs
  • Classify naturally occurring hydrocarbon systems
  • Describe the phase behavior of the reservoir fluid.
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Dry Gas

UK Electricity Grid - No Gas For You

The morons in charge of the UK electricity supply have screwed things up so much no one wants to build new gas power plants even while old power plants are being closed. 292 more words

AGW Is A Cult

Mainstream media paints Dakota Access Pipeline violent protesters as “victims”

Rebel Media’s Holly Nicholas reports on the violent protests taking place to try to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. She also reveals how the mainstream media makes protesters out to be innocent victims when they are nothing more than violent, nihilistic terrorists.

Energy News for week ending December 2, 2016

Happy Friday. In this week’s energy news the Boston Globe reports that despite protests, the Spectra pipeline began transmitting gas on Thursday. Bruce Gellerman of WBUR brings listeners (and readers) inside Northfield Mountain to learn about New England’s largest battery. 526 more words

Natural Gas Pipelines

Have Oil and Gas Companies Seen Their Best Days?


No. The actions of large oil and gas companies will continue to shape the global economy for the foreseeable future. Despite efforts around the world to diversify away from hydrocarbons, state-owned oil and gas companies and large independent producers will grow and prosper, and be critical players in efforts to move toward a net-zero emissions regime. 2,909 more words