Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: energy, Japan, offshore wind energy, renewable energy, turbines, wind energy, wind power, wind turbines, windmills
Floating windmills offshore Japan.
The biggest challenge in erecting floating turbines offshore is ensuring the buoyancy mechanisms are stable, and getting fixed lines to the sea floor which can be extended to depths of 200 meters (656 feet).
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: batteries, China, dysprosium, Japan, lanthanum, rare earth
A rare earth metal controlled by China. Japan will try to use less.
Dysprosium is the rare earth metal for Dystopia. I learned that in my Dysprosium symposium which meets Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: energy, Japan, kurashiki, kurashiki refinery, refineries, refinery accident
Five men are missing here after an undersea tunnel collapsed during construction: http://news.yahoo.com/five-missing-japan-refinery-tunnel-collapse-055445790.html
Filed under: maps, Uncategorized | Tags: cesium, China Syndrome, Fukushima, iodine, Japan, meltdown, millisieverts, sieverts, Tepco
Can you view it? I am “missing plug-in.”
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: China, energy, Iran, Iran sanctions, Japan, oil imports, oil trade, Turkey
My sense is that Iran and China can work things out without “the international financial system.” Curious policy from the U.S. now, could work very much in China’s favor.
U.S allies like Japan appear to support the sanctions by “reducing” their oil imports from Iran by some unknown amount.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: China, EU, Iran, Japan, oil exports, OPEC, production, Turkey
If the EU stops buying oil from Iran, that would seem to benefit China, Turkey and Japan.