Posts Tagged: Nuclear Power


The Master Resource Report 2014-07-18 Natural gas storage The EIA reported that working gas in storage reached 2,129 Bcf for the week ending July 11th. This puts storage 22% below year ago levels and 25% below the five year average. The cool weather together with strong volumes of production from the Marcellus have worked together… Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2014-04-11 The US top oil producing counties Drillinginfo posted a very interesting map and supporting data that highlights just how small the area producing half of US oil production really is. One highlight is that Kern County California is number three and it has been producing now for over 100 years…. Read more »


The Master Resource Report  2013-05-31 There will be no report June 7th. One way to reduce charge anxiety One solution to the range problem with electric vehicles would be to charge intermittently while actually on the road. This is exactly what ABB is developing with a new quick charge system for transit buses. The key… Read more »


The Master Resource Report  2013-02-08 China could import nearly all U.S. crude oil production According to a Bloomberg report China imported nearly as much crude oil per day in January as the U.S. produces. China bought 24.87 million metric tons of crude more than it exported last month, according to figures released on the website… Read more »


The Master Resource Report  2012-07-27 When you can’t trust the research? The issues surrounding hydraulic fracturing are getting more and more convoluted. Revelations of significant unstated financial conflicts of interest surrounding a study out of the University of Texas on groundwater risks from shale gas development raise more questions about who you really believe. “Remember… Read more »