When the U.S. commercialized the oil and gas industry it also fought to ensure that its position as the leading provider of oil and gas remained unfettered. During the industrial revolution Standard Oil Company, a U.S. based oil and gas conglomerate, initially operated as a Trust Company and later as a Holding Company. It was […]
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China and the U.S. are among some of the countries vying to secure a stake in Africa’s natural resources, but each of those States are employing very different methods to achieve its goal. China has a See No Evil Still See No Evil Policy regarding corruption in African States and conditions its aid assistance on a quid pro quo basis. In exchange for favorable terms regarding Aid, Greenfield Investments and trade deals coupled with the sale/extraction of natural resources, China gives African State unrestricted monies to use or do with it as it sees fit.
It is common knowledge to the informed that 2/3 of Russia’s natural gas export to Europe travels through Ukraine via an oil pipeline, which has been frequently shut off by Russia as an effort to remind Europe and Ukraine that it is still relevant. Prior to the annexation of Crimea by Russia Ukraine had been […]
Biogas is said to be cleaner to produce than natural gas because it is produced using any one of the following bio degradable material, manure, sewage, municipal waste, green waste, plant material, and crops as opposed to injecting toxic chemicals into the ground to obtain gases produced by fossil fuels. One other benefit of biogas […]