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NATURAL GAS OVERLOOKED IN OBAMA’S CLEAN POWER PLAN

Los Angeles, CA – (September 23, 2015) – It is now apparent that the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan aims to significantly reduce the amount of power generated by coal. It’s a game changer for utilities, mining companies and equipment suppliers. And, it’s another spotlight moment for renewables but in the long run, the real… Continue Reading

THE AFRICA ENERGY FORUM

The Africa Energy Forum arrives at the JW Marriott Hotel Marquis Hotel in Dubai in just two weeks’ time, from 8-11 June. With global investors clearly looking closer at the opportunities on the continent, it’s exciting that already 456 unique companies have registered to date from 63 countries worldwide, spanning the value chain of Africa’s… Continue Reading

GOOGLE AND PIPELINE LEAKS

Google has teamed up with the Environmental Defense Fund to detect leaks in gas lines in the Los Angeles Area, Boston, Indianapolis, Staten Island, Syracuse, and Burlington, Vermont. Google attached methane detectors to the cars it uses to create its street map images and has mapped the locations where it found levels of methane high enough to… Continue Reading

NATURAL GAS VS. DIESEL GENERATORS

Los Angeles, CA ― (May 22, 2015) ― The most basic difference between generators is the fuel that is used to power the units. In present times, when it comes to making choices regarding fuel, the most important factor is price. With the constantly increasing demand and steadily decreasing supply, fuel choice has become the… Continue Reading

MARINE ENGINE DUTY RATINGS

Understanding Marine Engine Rating Classifications – Los Angeles, CA – (April 30, 2015) Simply put, duty ratings define the power and annual hours of usage that are expected of an engine.  More specifically, a duty rating for marine engines is the power available under normal varying electrical load factors for an unlimited number of hours… Continue Reading

2015 HURRICANE SEASON – OPPOSING FORECASTS

You Can’t Predict the Weather, but You Can Keep the Power On – Los Angeles, CA – (April 22, 2015) – On April 9th, The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released a report predicting a low activity storm season this year (50% lower than the 2005-2014 average).  This could have you breathing a bit… Continue Reading