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The Green Energy Grab 2021: Blue Gas, Industrial Wind Mills, and a Lot of Hot Air

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  There’s no getting away from the powerful influence on industries of the politically driven rush to replace fossil fuel, coal, and other traditional “carbon-emitting” energy sources with an “all-electric” power grid.  After decades under the legislative green thumb of what many are now recognizing as nothing less than “radical…
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Green Tech Mining: Digging to Fill Amazon’s Order For 100,000 Electric Vehicles

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  When the world places an order the mining industry delivers. But will the radical, regulatory, environmental left get out of its own way when it comes to expanded mining operations for complex green technology support?  Amazon is making quite a  big deal out of their order for 100,000 Rivian…
Graphite-Battery-Mining
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Coated Spherical Purified Graphite (CSPG) and US Battery Metal Mining

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  There’s a hot “new” battery metal in the mining industry’s Electric Vehicle support race. It’s an anode-grade, all-natural-flake graphite that can match or surpass the life cycles of its synthetic graphite competitors, all while increasing energy kWh capacity, at a much lower cost.  In this article, the industry watchers…
crude oil supply
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Dealing With Keystone Shutdown Effect: Norilsk Nickel’s Dual Fuel Consumption Strategy

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  The possibility of 40% replacement of diesel fuel with LNG. Resource Erectors has been keeping a close eye on the Keystone shutdown effect since the Biden administration terminated the essential domestic fuel supply pipeline project. This executive order can potentially triple the cost of traditional fossil fuels. Afterwards, thousands…
Solar and Wind Power
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Just How Green is Your Local Wind Farm?

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The Green Rush to Less Than Reliable Energy Sources In an earlier blog, Resource Erectors looked at how the “green rush” to alternative energy technology has left the California power grid on the brink of collapse as the Golden State struggles with record-breaking heat waves and wildfires. Premature reliance on…

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