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Carbon capture and storage facilities coupled to existing plants provide a climate change mitigation strategy that potentially permits the continued use of fossil fuels whilst reducing the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Potential design routes for the capture, transport and storage of CO2 from UK power plants are examined along with a review of uk carbon capture and storage
It's hard to look beyond anything but a bearish outlook for the short and medium term in any of the markets this blog covers in Q4-2012. The European space continues to lack firm direction and has few options left to play, Crude Oil supply looks strong but Syrian and Iranian tensions remain and weakening Chinese growth is of concern. Gold remains largely unchanged in the medium to long term on the back of ECB support for the EUR and the much anticipated third round of quantitative easing by the Fed.
Covering the basics of Futures and Forwards along with a little on how they are traded and priced
Economies of scale made steel : The economics of very big ships Aboard one of the world’s largest container ships, moving almost imperceptibly through the...