Oil prices : from a recession to another

To the prestigious International Energy Agency :” If oil averages USD 120 per barrel in 2012, the global oil import burden  is set to reach a record high of over USD 2 trillion, or USD 5.5 billion per day “ Their press release goes on : ” The current price levels are on average higher… Continue reading Oil prices : from a recession to another

Oil refining : another reason to prefer electric cars

While browsing my tweets of January and February, I found an interesting article giving a new reason of why electric cars and vehicles in general are great and necessary in a low carbon economy. Indeed, removing the need for oil not only reduces greenhouse gases emissions from the burning of that said oil, but also… Continue reading Oil refining : another reason to prefer electric cars

Worth an article – my January 2012 tweets

OOOoops. I think I got a tad, a wee bit, a little late on that one. Indeed, I am presenting you my selections of tweets for January with one month late. Be reassured, the February selection will come this week as well. I still believe Twitter offers a good complement to this website. So if you… Continue reading Worth an article – my January 2012 tweets

Paris introduces EV-sharing program

To Ecogeek :  ” Paris has introduced plans for a city-wide EV car-sharing network that will operate much like its successful Velib bike-sharing system.  The car-sharing program will begin on December 5 with 250 EVs available. “ ” The system will allow to pick up and drop off the cars at different locations as long… Continue reading Paris introduces EV-sharing program