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Ecological Values and the Tsawwassen Mills Mega Mall

Columnist Pete McMartin  went to the Tsawwassen Mills mega mall on opening day October 5 stating “The mall is alarmingly big, and its construction on what used to be prime farm land between Ladner and Tsawwassen was greeted by both loathing and eager anticipation by locals — of which I am one. 246 more words


YVR Open House Today for 2037 Master Plan

As part of the planning process towards the 2037 Master plan Vancouver International Airport is holding an Open House today-Wednesday October 12, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. 199 more words


MIST952 - Energy Security (Week 11)

Oil. The lifeblood of our civilisation. One of the most important commodities in the world. The contemporary global economy is premised upon energy consumption (see chosen event). 783 more words

Conflict, Peace, And Security

Buscar petróleo en Caquetá

En cuanto al panorama petrolero llevamos casi un año con la extracción por debajo del millón de barriles diarios. En septiembre puede estar por debajo de los 800.000 barriles al día. 511 more words

Peak Oil

Two new fields found where the energy wizards didn’t realize there were billions of barrels of oil in the ground. Oh, what Peak Oil? #48

There are two big finds in the last few weeks of fields with a few billion barrels of recoverable oil each where the petroleum engineers didn’t realize there were billions of barrels of oil. 697 more words


The gap between business-as-usual and utter doom

Richard Heinberg, my go-to guru on the future of energy – and therefore technology and society – just posted an important article, “Exploring the Gap Between Business-as-Usual and Utter Doom,” on postcarbon.org. 1,107 more words


Week in Review September 12 – 18

Photo by Jerry Mathes III

Patrick Osborne, Daniel Tsvetanov, Bogdan Polishchuk, Alexander Geysman, Timothy Abraham, Glenda Pavon Suriel

ExxonMobil: Asset Valuation Reporting Standards
In the oil and gas industry, many companies have gone through reductions in assets values over the past two years; this normally was accompanied by non-cash charges (expenses that reduce earnings but not cash flow), running into the billions of dollars. 1,636 more words