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This week, ExxonMobil and Chevron released quarterly results from Q1 2017. Both released numbers that topped consensus estimates. Some analysts have suggested the Exxon’s numbers can provide insight into the energy sector, as follows. As the world’s largest publically traded oil and gas company, ExxonMobil can say a lot about the oil economy as a… Keep reading →

Last Thursday, representatives of the Nigerian military stated that the military had destroyed 13 illegal refineries in the oil hub located in the Niger Delta. Two soldiers were killed in the attacks upon what were described as “sea robbers”.  A spokesman for the military, Major Abubakar Abdullahi, said soldiers had “discovered and destroyed 13 illegal… Keep reading →

The UK Government has triggered Article 50 and therefore has formally began its process of leaving the EU. Across the country there are mixed responses regarding the fallout of this political landmark event. What is certain is that there will be other effects of some form for the UK tech industry, whether or not these… Keep reading →

Companies Push for Fair Energy Rates in Michigan, Minnesota

When a factory is more energy efficient, owners spend less money on heat and power, boosting profits and making the manufacturer more competitive. Unfortunately, industry efforts to improve their energy efficiency face significant barriers in states with unfair rates for what’s known as stand-by power. Many factories and other large facilities can benefit from installing… Keep reading →

The aftermath of a California energy disaster may have been the catalyst for energy storage project opportunities.  Powin Energy and Eaton have been able to complete a 2MW energy storage project in record time for the LA Basin area. The urgent need for greater energy storage in this area stemmed from a serious gas leak… Keep reading →

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