Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: energy, net available exports, oil consumption, oil exports, oil production, peak oil, Yemen
Via the EIA’s Yemen page, which seems to rely heavily on Oil & Gas Journal.
Filed under: maps | Tags: Abwar, Djibouti, Gulf of Oman, Oman, Red Sea, Saudi Arabia, Yemen
via U. Texas:
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: brine, earthquakes, fracking, fracking waste, hydraulic fracturing, ODNR, Ohio, seismic events, waste-water injection, Youngstown
Linked by too-strong circumstantial evidence.
The 12 Youngstown quakes, ranging in magnitude from 2.1 to 4.0, all occurred in a cluster less than a mile from the well and about 2,500 feet below the well itself, according to the Ohio Seismic Network, a division of the ODNR.
The quakes began in March 2011, just three months after the well went into operation. The last quake occurred on Dec. 31, a day after the ODNR has ordered – and then watched – the shutdown of the well. State geologists and regulators had inspected the well 35 times from April 26 to Dec. 15, trying to connect the quakes with the injections.
“Geologists believe it is very difficult for all conditions to be met to induce seismic events,” the report noted. But “a number of coincidental circumstances appear to make a compelling argument for the recent Youngstown-area seismic events to have been induced.”
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Anantnag, army vehicle hits cycist, India, Srinagar
An Indian army vehicle burns after being set alight by protesters as the body of a 19-year old youth lies covered with a sheet on a road in Anantnag town, some 55 kilometers (35 miles) southeast of Srinagar, India, Saturday, March 10, 2012. Police say thousands of angry people have burned an Indian army vehicle after it hit and killed a bicyclist in the Indian-administered portion of Kashmir.
See: Photo from AP Photo.