Daily Archives: July 31, 2015

Armored Natural-Gas Plug-In Hybrid Truck To Hit The Roads – Popular Science

Rate this article Article Abstract: Popular Science Armored Natural–Gas Plug-In Hybrid Truck To Hit The RoadsPopular ScienceEfficient Drivetrains has already tried to market a plug-in hybrid SUV in Asia, while North American Repower specializes in natural–gas conversions. An armored truck seemed like a good platform for the joint project because these vehicles most of their…

Guest Column: If not natural gas, then what? – Oneonta Daily Star

Rate this article Article Abstract: Oneonta Daily Star Guest Column: If not natural gas, then what?Oneonta Daily StarLast year, wholesale natural gas averaged $2.63 per thousand cubic foot (MCF). The Northeast paid twice as much, over $5 a MCF. Why? Currently, Northeast gas comes from Canada and the Gulf Coast. The farther gas travels, the…

BALDREY: LNG and Site C aligned for perfect storm – Globalnews.ca

Rate this article Article Abstract: Globalnews.ca BALDREY: LNG and Site C aligned for perfect stormGlobalnews.caVICTORIA – This province is being ravaged by forest fires this summer, but there’s a good chance an entirely different kind of firestorm will be confronting B.C. by the time next summer comes along. Brace yourselves for a series of political…

Martyn Brown: B.C.’s LNG con job – Straight.com

Rate this article Article Abstract: Straight.com Martyn Brown: B.C.’s LNG con jobStraight.comTurns out, the actual number of jobs that might be created if LNG ever gets off the ground is only a fraction of what the B.C. Liberal government has promised. At best, the industry will only generate 2,000 to 3,000 construction jobs over three…

LNG exports needed to revive Canadian gas production: CAPP – Platts

Rate this article Article Abstract: The Nation LNG exports needed to revive Canadian gas production: CAPPPlattsIn a report that CAPP released earlier this month on the global LNG market and the potential of Canadian LNG exports, the producer group noted that exports of Western Canadian gas to the US have declined 10.4 Bcf/d in 2007…