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“It’s time for a change.” Those words came from Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, following a tugboat running aground and sinking off British Columbia’s central coast last month, spilling more than 100,000 litres of diesel fuel. A tour of the site prompting Trudeau’s announcement detailing a $1.5 billion ocean protection plan for responding to tanker and fuel spills in the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic oceans.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Environmental Oil & Gas Drilling Flow Rate By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Fossil fuel reserves are precious resources because they exist in limited quantities. However, some scientists are suggesting we could create similar fuels from a source that, for better or for worse, we'll never run out of: human waste.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy Oil & Gas Drilling By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Vegetable oil is mainly used for cooking, but as the society slowly moves toward becoming sustainable, the need for alternative fossil fuels is in demand. With help from a New England-based producer, Keene State College is the first college or university in the United States to use 100% purified waste vegetable oil to heat one-third of its campus.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Food Energy Oil & Gas Drilling By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Given society's reliance on fossil fuels, many businesses are willing to move mountains to obtain precious oil and natural gas. Unfortunately, those mountains may be moving more literally than intended.

Current underground oil and gas extraction techniques, including hydraulic fracturing (informally known as "fracking"), are causing manmade earthquakes around the country, according to Arizona State University professor Manoochehr Shirzaei.

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Posted in: News Blog Posts Energy Environmental Oil & Gas Drilling By MadgeTech Marketing Team

Cargo ships were once one of the main ways of transporting imports and exports from country to country. Although air transportation has reduced the demand for cargo ships over time, in Africa, major ports still remain a primary way to provide essential products to landlocked countries like Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan. Despite the rise in competition, over the weekend Kenya Ports Authority opened the first part of a new container terminal at the Port of Mombasa.

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Posted in: Shipping / Transportation Energy Oil & Gas Drilling Africa By MadgeTech Marketing Team

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