SAN DIEGO, May 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Energy Digital takes a close look into the civil unrest that is affecting oil prices at the pump, how the public is reacting to the energy and oil industry calamity, and advanced technologies that boast great energy-recycling potential
The latest issue of Energy Digital is free online for business Executives in the energy industry.
A lot is going on in the oil industry today-from Iran's threats to close the Strait of Hormuz to civil unrest in Syria and Nigeria, threatening some of the world's most critical pipelines. This month, we discuss the implications of those world events in regards to global economic growth with an expert from the Economic Intelligence Unit, Caroline Bain.
On a positive note, last month's CERAWeek conference showed signs of strong efforts within the industry to develop unconventional resources of oil and gas in the U.S. Energy Digital explores some of those innovative technologies gaining public approval through more environmentally friendly and transparent practices.
What's more? This month's issue takes a look at some of the advanced technologies producing alternatives to crude for creating both gasoline and plastic products as well as recycling plastics back into oil. With the global supply chain at risk, these concepts may prove to be vital in a such a volatile market. We'll also examine the benefits of going electric as gas prices soar well above $4 per gallon across the country.
Read all these stories and much more at: http://www.energydigital.com/
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