Tag Archives: transportation

the Big Guardian …

The Guardian, too busy being a hypocrite, missed it’s own investments. Hehehe: The Guardian backs big oil Barry Woods points us to the transcript of a most amusing Guardian podcast on the subject of that organ’s latest bit of posturing. It … Continue reading

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the biggest ever, set for the Kimberley Gas field near Browse island …

The Browse Basin off Broome is the destination for this lump of floating steel: Take the Empire State Building, lay it on the ground and add another 150 feet. Then put it out to sea. That’s essentially what Shell did … Continue reading

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the modern miracle of petroleum …

Back in the late 1800s, the horse-drawn carriage became a preferred mode of transportation in major cities. By 1890, the average New York citizen took 297 horse car rides per year. The 200,000 horses of New York deposited three to … Continue reading

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Labor’s dole-bludgers and gatecrashers …

Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is wanting to return to this: “it was Labor, with the encouragement of The Age itself, which destroyed our border laws, lured over the boats, filled the detention centres, encouraged 1200 drownings and had 10 times … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year …

 

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Australian Army showing their style …

Army visitor, Tiger armed reconnaissance helicopter, on school playing field next door after rocking my house somewhat just prior to landing … windows and doors shook like an earthquake. video 00:25 This was the second of two visitors, along with … Continue reading

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the energy battle losers … and the winners keeping the lights on

Some fun topics on Insta this morning: #GREENFAIL: A Two-Day Battle to Charge My Car Convinced Me We’re Not Ready for EVs. CHEAP OIL COULD kill off biofuel mandates. I wouldn’t mind keeping cellulosic ethanol research going, but food-based biofuels … Continue reading

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“drill, baby, drill” …

GOOGLE’s top engineers say renewable energy wont work, cannot cut CO2 emissions, or change the climate! Two highly qualified Google engineers who have spent years studying and trying to improve renewable energy technology have stated quite bluntly that renewables will … Continue reading

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deciding the narrative …

The media today are mostly just a pathetic partisan lot of ideologues, pushing their own agenda, and Anne Althouse has had enough.  Glenn Reynolds adds   : YEAH, MOSTLY: “Almost every time I’ve talked to a reporter has gone this … Continue reading

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gas-washing, of oils …

Finally, CSIRO gets down and dirty with useful research on oil and gas products. A new process of oil washing makes for interesting reading here at SNWA.  It’s possibly the reason West Australian oils are ‘light crude’. Lots of implications … Continue reading

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