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Nicholas Newman Dec 15
Leading proposed renewable energy projects
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Nicholas Newman Dec 15
My answer to Why doesn't the government get rid of Amtrak? Train travel is outdated and we are paying to run empty trains.
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Nicholas Newman Dec 15
My answer to What will be the expected price of crude oil in 2019? Can we expect a price increase or decrease considering the 2018 trend?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 15
My answer to What will be the expected price of crude oil in 2019? Can we expect a price increase or decrease considering the 2018 trend?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 15
European Renewable Energy Reports via
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Nicholas Newman Dec 14
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Nicholas Newman Dec 9
Floating wind farms open up new opportunities in California
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Nicholas Newman Dec 6
Paying for mine reclamation and well decommissioning
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Nicholas Newman Dec 3
Volatile Prices Ahead?  | Rigzone via
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Nicholas Newman Dec 3
Volatile prices ahead? Crude prices have suffered their steepest and fastest fall in a decade. The Brent crude price has fallen to just $58.68 per barrel from $86.70 at beginning of October,
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Nicholas Newman Dec 3
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Nicholas Newman Dec 2
China's Tariffs: A Headache for the Next Wave of US Natgas Export Projects?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 2
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Nicholas Newman Dec 2
China’s Tariffs: A Headache for the Next Wave of US Natgas Export Projects?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 1
My answer to Is there more shale or oil sands in the world?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 1
My answer to Which country has no natural gas?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 1
My answer to Which country has no natural gas?
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Nicholas Newman Dec 1
Great art should stay in museums, not be returned to where it was made
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