by Vietnam Plants & The USA. plants Question by Andy: Petroleum Engineers: Technical information on Louisiana oil spill? What is a good website for technical information on the Louisiana oil spill? I would like to see good drawings or photos. Also: pressure and flow information at the pipe. How many pipe breaks are there? Best […]
by Third Way Question by : What is your opinion on using nuclear energy for decreasing our dependency on petroleum? My Chemistry professor wants us to write an essay on this topic but I don’t understand. He didn’t explain much of this. Is there any bad effects that come with decreasing our dependency on petroleum […]
There is no oil in the Gulf of Mexico anymore. Instead it transformed into a flesh eating swimming creature. This is confirmed by Government Researchers. Video Rating: 5 / 5
by Deepwater Horizon Response Question by Think about it: Why did the government let British Petroleum (BP) off the hook for the Gulf oil spill? They killed millions of animals and polluted miles and miles of water. The shrugged their shoulders and said they didn’t know how to clean up their mess so now it’s […]
Will the petroleum engineering industry be decreased drastically in the next 10 years because of the spill?
Blur The Activist? Oil spill day 75, well now day 77, but who’s counting? I am, because I feel painful empathy, and Burning the Live Turtles, is beyond the last straw, all those sons a bitches at BP, worried about there jobs, they have to answer to GOD, and Mother Nature?
Most of current machine need petroleum for energy resource but the petroleum deposit currently becoming smaller from day to day. Many new alternative energy is prepared to replace it such as ethanol, hydrogen, etc. But to replace or modify current machines to fit with those new energy will cost much.
Have we already forgotten when Occidental Oil’s Piper Alpha platform exploded in the North Sea in 1988, killing 167 people; or when Union Carbide’s gas plant in Bhopal, India, poisoned an entire town in 1984, resulting in the loss of thousands of lives and the establishment of a poisonous legacy that remains to this day. […]
More importantly, that if petroleum IS abiogenic, then there’s a lot more than people think, and should be a lot cheaper… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abiogenic_petroleum_origin The only arguments for it being a “fossil-fuel” are A: There’s fossils mixed in with “most” test samples, and B: If it’s “gonna run out soon,” they can jack up the price… According […]
From everything I’ve read I’d be tempted to guess that there isn’t much to substantiate an abiotic origin of fossil fuels, in general. However, I would enjoy hearing an expert opinion. Thanks for the information. Unfortunately, I could not open the pdf with my pdf reader.