White House weighs future emergency heating, crude oil stockpiles as winter approaches.

An aerial view of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve storage facility at the Bryan Mound site in Freeport, Texas on October 19, 2022. The main victims of high energy prices are not the United States or Europe – but developing and developing countries, Fatih Birol, head of the International Energy Agency. Brandon Bell | Getty Images … Read more

AP classes in PUSD schools provide opportunity and challenge for students – Plumas News

By Carrie Dingle [email protected] “My worms are alive!” Aiden Vaughn, a student in Mr. McMorrow’s Advanced Placement Environmental Science (APES) class at Quincy Junior Senior High School (QJSHS), holds a few worms. Every year, students at APES take on the challenge of creating a biobottle – a closed ecosystem that aims to sustain its inhabitants … Read more

Natural gas traction

A flame burns on a natural gas stove. | AP Photo/Thomas Kienzle, file Russia’s invasion of Ukraine knocks on America’s door in Europe’s search for natural gas. Meanwhile, some communities in the United States are trying to ban it. Montgomery County, MD. He made a move this week To become the first county on the … Read more

The new E15 bill has the support of the Petroleum Group – Iowa Capital Export

A bill newly introduced by the US Senate that would permanently expand the legal limit for gasoline blended with 15% ethanol appears to have the backing of the nation’s largest oil and natural gas industry trade association. Those industries have historically opposed expanding sales of E15, but U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley, Republican of Iowa, said … Read more

Spandan Das: Self-taught machine learning practitioner, NCCS user, college student, and published author.

Spanden Das: Self-Learning Machine Learning, NCCS user, college student and published author Hometown I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but have lived most of my life in Fairfax, Virginia. What was your career path to NASA? I studied computer science, including machine learning, at Thomas Jefferson High School of Science and Technology (TJHST) in Alexandria, … Read more

USGA and North Carolina Community College partner Greenhouse Internship Program – Golfdome

(Photo: USGA/Steve Boyle)

of USGA Partners with Sandhills Community College To create the USGA Greenhouse Apprentice Program (GAP). The 12-month program through ApprenticeshipNC is designed for anyone interested in pursuing a career in golf course maintenance or who works on a course and wants to advance their skills. A collaborative effort with local golf course superintendents, GAP aims … Read more

Airbus shows efforts to cut greenhouse gases – Flying magazine

Airbus has made a number of announcements today regarding its wide-ranging efforts to reduce emissions and achieve sustainability in commercial aviation. Among the most notable are the development of a zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell engine and a partnership with fuel manufacturer Neste that aims to accelerate sustainable aviation fuel, or SAF. The company announced these … Read more

Opinion: What renewable energy sources will work best for Alaska?

Power lines will be out on Tudor Road on Wednesday, August 6, 2020. (Lauren Holmes/ADN) Here are some of the things I’ve learned as Alaska tackles renewable energy deployments, electric vehicle charging station design, nuclear microreactors, battery energy storage systems, hydropower, and more. I stress that long-term energy storage is essential to ensure the success … Read more

Three Crown High Capacity Falcon Prospect Horizontal Niobrera Oil Well – Oil & Gas 360

Oil and Gas 360 Three Crown Petroleum’s high-potential Patterson 3H, a 1.5-mile horizontal well targeting the Niobrara Formation, is scheduled for Nov. 24, 2022. The well is located on Three Crown’s Falcon Prospect in the rich Powder River Basin in Conover County, Wyoming. Source: Three Crown Petroleum – Patterson 3H well located on Falcon Prospect. … Read more

A study has shown that young children who breathe polluted air may fall behind in school

Comment on this story Opinion Young children living in high-poverty neighborhoods are more likely to be exposed to various types of air pollution that can affect their early childhood development, according to a study published Wednesday. The children’s exposure to air toxins in infancy can cause them to fall behind in reading and math skills—for … Read more