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Everybody wants you: Why gas is so important and how you can drive down gas prices
January 11, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

What’s transparent, powerful, and something that we use in our everyday lives? Nope, it’s not the government, (though some people may think they control it). No, it’s not the Internet, although we’ll see in the coming years how the government changes that. I’m talking about gasoline. Gasoline is a transparent liquid containing mainly hydrogen and […]

Michael Phelps and solar power – what’s the connection?
August 21, 2008 · 1 Comment

photo credit: M@rcopako What do Michael Phelps and solar power have in common? (And no – the answer isn’t that solar was the secret behind that high-tech suit he raced to 8 gold medals.) Check out the latest post on the Oil & Gas Investor‘s fascinating Oil Rules blog for the answer from our very own Claire. If you’re not already […]

VIDEO: Explore The Wiess Energy Hall
August 19, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Energy is a topic that relates to every one of us – and with the recent spike in the price of oil, it’s something we’re all following closely. I can’t think of a better place to learn quickly and easily about the oil and gas industry than the Weiss Energy Hall, here at the Houston Museum of […]

Shall All Hail the Shale? (Shertain Shources Shay Yesh!)
August 12, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

With no end to record-high energy prices in sight, those in the business of supplying our country with fuel are looking with increased enthusiasm to a variety of “unconventional” sources for oil and natural gas. Once deemed too expensive to produce economically, these reservoirs of nonstandard hydrocarbon energy are moving closer to center stage and taking […]



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