Energytrendsinsider.Com: Domain DB Profile

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All Media Count   9
News Count (W/Clustered)   5 (55.56%)
Distinct Stories   5
Blog Count   3 (33.33%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.64
Combined Polarization   7.24
Combined Activity   0.67
Combined Personalization   0.67
News Tone   1.38
Blog Tone   2.07
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   2/5/2013
Last Seen   12/27/2013
News/Social Ratio  55.56%
Attention/Loyalty  8 / 3159 days (0.25%)
Domain Type   News
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Matthew Stepp   11.11% (1)
Ron Wyden   11.11% (1)
Kleiner Perkins   11.11% (1)
Vinod Khosla   11.11% (1)
George W Bush   11.11% (1)

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Strategy Group   33.33% (3)
Department Of Energy   22.22% (2)
My Energy Quest   11.11% (1)
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration   11.11% (1)
American Natural Gas Alliance   11.11% (1)

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Dallas, Texas, United States   11.11% (1)
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Columbia, Washington, United States   11.11% (1)
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India   11.11% (1)
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California, United States   33.33% (3)
Wisconsin, United States   11.11% (1)
New York, United States   11.11% (1)
North Dakota, United States   11.11% (1)
Ohio, United States   11.11% (1)

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Energytrendsinsider.Com   55.56% (5)

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Energytrendsinsider.Com   33.33% (3)

News Articles

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Top 10 Energy Stories of 2013

...... the EPA published draft regulations for new coal-fired power plants that will likely be economically impossible to meet. For years the coal industry has suggested that economical carbon capture and storage technologies would come along shortly to save the day. But this year the Norwegian government abandoned support for a project that was supposed to demonstrate carbon capture and storage ......

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Tone: 1.80%
Pol: 6.60%
Act: 22.12%
Per: 1.07%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Converting Coal to Gas in China: Trading Smog for CO2

...... to put a higher priority on air pollution at China's current levels than on CO2 emissions. It might even turn out to be a reasonable call on emissions, if China's planners envision carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) becoming economical within the next decade. It's much easier to capture high-purity, sequestration-ready CO2 from a gasifier than a pulverized coal power plant. (At one time ......

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Tone: 2.28%
Pol: 6.22%
Act: 23.29%
Per: 0.08%
Que: 7.41%
Exc: 0.00%

Lessons From the Beginning of the End of America's Coal Industry

...... the shifting policy landscape and technologic revolution as potentially existential threats and focusing on investing in next generation technologies, the industry used the promise of carbon capture as a lobbying tool for why coal would be relevant even if a CO2-constrained world were to ever occur. The Department of Energy has invested more in advanced coal technologies over the past decade ......

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Tone: 1.10%
Pol: 9.94%
Act: 24.66%
Per: 0.49%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

All of the Above' Energy Policy Must Be Weighted by Common Sense

...... MW of old capacity retires by 2020, under pressure from various regulations and competition from natural gas. Unfortunately, efficiency alone isn't sufficient. From my perspective, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) is the key to reconciling coal's convenience and low energy cost with its high emissions. CCS wasn't mentioned by name, but was only alluded to as "technology that does not ......

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Tone: 2.54%
Pol: 8.37%
Act: 20.72%
Per: 1.92%
Que: 2.94%
Exc: 0.00%

Examining Calera Corporation’s Claims

...... that I had the pleasure of working with for several years. (More on Jerry in A Conversation on Energy Issues). Below Jerry presents his concerns that Calera's claimed process for carbon sequestration may be grossly exaggerated. Calera responded to Jerry's initial letter to the editor of High Country News , but unfortunately they provided no calculations to refute what Jerry has presented. Jerry's ......

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Tone: -0.84%
Pol: 5.19%
Act: 22.53%
Per: 0.25%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 3.28%

Blog Posts

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Making Petrochemicals from CO2

...... the large question of what to do about the CO2 emitted when they are burned, particularly from stationary installations like factories and power plants. The long-mooted approach of carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) still faces significant obstacles in terms of cost and social acceptance. That makes CO2 utilization efforts such as those underway in Germany especially intriguing. The ......

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Tone: 2.33%
Pol: 7.77%
Act: 20.97%
Per: 0.39%
Que: 5.26%
Exc: 0.00%

The Hydrogen Economy Revisited

...... Now, further consider the possibility that particularly for stationary power applications the hydrogen could be separated out and burned and the carbon dioxide could be captured. Carbon capture could be as simple as pumping it into a greenhouse (albeit not extremely efficient), but more sophisticated methods of capture are possible. It's just that they are for the most part uneconomical. ......

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Tone: -0.19%
Pol: 6.00%
Act: 24.08%
Per: 1.16%
Que: 2.27%
Exc: 0.00%

Breaking Down the Federal Clean Energy Innovation Budget: Demonstration Projects

...... to larger projects like the Department of Energy's Clean Coal Power Initiative demonstration project (which supplemented an existing project with funds for exploring emerging carbon sequestration technologies), as well as the Smart Grid Regional Energy Storage demonstration project (which invested in several large-scale grid demonstration projects that installed emerging battery, flywheel, ......

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Tone: 4.08%
Pol: 7.84%
Act: 21.11%
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