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Renew Energy Resources, Inc.
GREENHUNTER ENERGY, INC. (AMEX: GRH), announced today the execution of a definitive agreement to acquire one of the leading marine based diesel fuel, methanol, and lubricant suppliers located along the Gulf of Mexico.
Dear senators McCain and Obama: When one of you is sworn in as the 44th President of the U.S. next Jan. 20, you will inherit many problems and an even greater number of challenges. U.S. competitiveness falls into the latter category.
By Leanne Wood THE global economy faces a triple crunch of high oil prices and soaring food and energy bills, which is accelerating climate change. We have had an awful summer and it has been particularly distressing for those who have suffered the flooding of their homes.
The Wall Street Transcript has published an in-depth interview with Alex Edwards III, CEO of Renew Energy Resources, Inc. (Pink Sheets:REER) in which he talks at length about the Company. The entire 2,500 word interview is available free online at http://www.twst.com/ceos.htm.
By Gillette, Becky There has been a lot of talk in recent years about "peak oil" - defined as the point where the maximum amount of oil that can be recovered is being pumped. After that, oil becomes increasingly scarce and expensive.
By Aaron Brachfeld One liquid fuel in particular is not only less expensive than gasoline but less toxic to the environment: straight vegetable oil.* Having provided a ready source of liquid fuel to humanity for millennia, vegetable oil in the 21st century can legally power all diesel engines and can be produced by Colorado farmers (even with the high price of oil crops) for less than $2 per gallon.* SVO fuel enjoys negative carbon gains and is easy to produce.* Originally published by...
By Lawrence T. Beckerle It's a little amusing to listen to West Virginia politicians and editors speak out against the federal subsidies to produce more biofuels. More than that, it's sad because it's a sure sign that they don't understand what is going on.
By Jeff Salway From insulation to smoother driving, we can all cut our costs THE bosses of the UK's six main energy suppliers confirmed this week that gas and electricity bills are set to rise again.