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Energy Security Biweekly

Energy Security Biweekly - America's Energy Security publication of record.


Greenspan warns on implications of natural gas shortage
Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan continued to warn of the economic implications of increasing natural gas prices

Terrorism expert warns of attack on oil targets in strategic chokepoints
Terrorism expert Neal Adams highlights the vulnerability of oil targets in strategic chokepoints

Iraqi Oil Production Delayed
Iraq’s oil production, seriously enough that a representative of the Iraqi Oil Ministry called the situation "not a problem, but a crisis."

Oil pipeline explosion kills 105 in Nigeria
A June 19th oil pipeline blast in Nigeria killed at least 105 people, according to Nigerian Red Cross figures.

Introducing Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles
New technology for energy independence - Hybrids that can be plugged into a 120 volt outlet and charged.

U.S., EU agree to collaborate on fuel cell development
The U.S. and the European Union (EU) formally agreed to cooperate in developing fuel cell technology.

Ballard Receives US $1.75 Million Fuel Cell Order from New Major Automotive Customer
Ballard Power Systems has received a US $1.75 million order from an undisclosed new major automotive customer for Ballard fuel cell products.

Energy Visions achieves benchmark in its Direct Methanol Fuel Cell technology
Energy Visions Inc. achieved a significant benchmark in the development of its proprietary flowing electrolyte Direct Methanol Fuel Cell.

Spotlight Saudi Arabia: The Oil Kingdom, A Royal House of Cards
The ruling family of Saudi Arabia controls 25% of world oil reserves and is completely dependent on oil revenues for its survival.

Chinese oil demand and the Middle East
China's demand for oil is growing 7.5% a year, seven times faster than that of the U.S. China is a net oil importer, currently importing 32% of its oil, a figure expected to double by 2010.

Oil companies in the Gulf face new risks
Warnings about additional attacks on U.S. interests abroad have upped security costs for U.S. companies.

European Commission study claims OPEC will hold 95% of global oil reserves by 2030
The European Commission's report reveals that the uneven distribution of oil reserves will put OPEC producers at a much stronger position than they are today.

The U.S. faces a shortage of natural gas
Fed chairman Alan Greenspan warned that tight natural gas supplies presented an "extremely serious problem."

FedEx seeks ways to curb dependency on gasoline
FedEx Corp., operating a 30,000-truck fleet, is engaged in two path breaking initiatives to reduce dependence on gasoline.

Coal fuel for jets
In the near future planes flying out of Johannesburg International Airport will be filling up their fuel tanks with synthetic jet fuel made completely from coal.

Japan's Toray develops tiny fuel cell to power mobile electronics
Toray Industries, Inc. has developed a polymer electrolyte membrane for a direct methanol fuel cell that enables both the power density and the operating time (energy capacity) to be tripled.

Matsushita to commercialize residential fuel cell system by March 2005
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., has developed a compact home-use fuel cell that can generate enough electricity and heat to supply the average household.