Monthly Archives: January 2014

REPOST: Six Ways the U.S. is Changing

Why is US’ demographics changing? Read the factors affecting this from this Time.com article: The population of the United States is growing, but barely. According to data released this week by the Census Bureau, the number of Americans grew by … Continue reading

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REPOST: Thanks To Fracking, Natural Gas Supplies (Barely) Withstand ‘Polar Vortex’ Assault

Americans spurred a wave of demand for gas as they sought warmth due to “polar vortex.” This Forbes.com article has the details. The polar vortex gripping the nation has brought a crazy week for natural gas. On Monday the demand … Continue reading

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REPOST: Why the Era of High Gas Prices Is Supposedly Ending Read more: Why the Era of High Gas Prices Is Supposedly Ending

 Energy Information Administration is positive about the continued growth in U.S. oil and natural gas production. But predicting the future of energy is still uncertain. This Time.com article has the details.   A federal report released this week forecasts that … Continue reading

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REPOST: In Oil and Gas Country, Water Recycling Can Be an Extremely Hard Sell

Recycling can simply be more expensive than using freshwater in fracking. Read the full story here: MIDLAND — Standing on a sprawling ranch where drilling rigs, cranes and bobbing stripper wells form a makeshift skyline, Jimmy Davis is not thinking … Continue reading

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