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Chevron chief says Texas shale is reshaping Big Oil

Low break-even costs to pump in the Permian are forcing Chevron and others to be more efficient everywhere, says Mike Wirth

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Maarten Wetselaar, Integrated Gas & New Energies Director of Royal Dutch Shell

 The first main obstacle is the need to change and grow the energy mix 


Battery Research Professional Interview

It is hard to overstate Whittingham’s impact on lithium-ion battery research—he is often called the “founding father” of the rechargeable lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery

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Gyanesh Chaudary of Vikram Solar

While at the Solar Energy UK 2013 exhibition. In the interview he tells us all about Vikram, Strategies, and the state of the European market.

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Blue Planet Foundation Founder Henk Rogers talks about his mission on ending the use of carbon based fuels.

 ​As we discover, a key message of his vision is replacing fossil based transportation fuels.

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Bremen a State leading the Wind Industry in Germany 

and the World. 

A Key Player This Interview introduces the tremendous opportunities to partner and work in and with Bremen  


What's happening in Norway? 

Why this is finally going global
Speaker: Tomas Tronstad, Managing Director

Drones Go 100% Hydrogen Fueled 

Drone makers and would-be electric aircraft manufacturers are waiting for better batteries, hydrogen fuel cells are rapidly becoming a reality.   


How to green the world's deserts and reverse

climate change | Allan Savory

​​"Desertification is a fancy word for land that is turning to desert," 

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Joel Ewanick and Shane Stephens-Romero of

FirstElement Fuel,

The company in the process of building 19 hydrogen fuel stations in California. Read more on the future of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles  


Mike Muldoon, Head and Business Development and Marketing for Alstom UK.

Transport Minister Jo Johnson said exactly this in a speech stating that he wished to see “all diesel-only trains off the track by 2040”


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