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News of Possible Attack on Syria has Scared Investors and Pushed Oil Prices

News of Possible Attack on Syria has Scared Investors and Pushed Oil Prices

After the news of possible US attack on Syria, the oil prices firmed up and stock markets across the world witnessed decline. However, Syria itself is not a major issue for the oil prices to rise. Syria has been producing only 50,000 barrels per day of oil and those are refined in domestic market for their own use.

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UGE Comes Out with Hybrid Street Lights

UGE Comes Out with Hybrid Street Lights

A New York City based venture that produces small wind turbines has recently developed an intriguing form of streetlights. Apparently, the new innovative invention uses both solar and wind energy, and is a hybrid between wind and solar energy technology.

The new device will be manufactured for highways and parking spaces.

The Company responsible for the creation of the product named Sanya is Urban Green Energy and has produced lamps, which can store energy that can last out for a period spanning five-days.

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GE Rooting for Renewable Energy Sources

GE Rooting for Renewable Energy Sources

GE has made its intentions of diving into the green-data-centers business clear, as it has recently invested more than half a billion dollars on the power conversion company known as Lineage Power. The conglomerate is known for producing wind turbines, wind mills and the works.

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De Beers Intends to Lower Its Production for its Mines Life

De Beers Intends to Lower Its Production for its Mines Life

Diamonds are forever, but what if Mother Nature is not capable enough to provide any more diamonds for you? Well, we cannot blame Mother Nature for the scarcity, because we tend to exploit everything, including Mother Nature, so that we can fulfill our exceeding demands.

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Continental Airlines is Efficient Enough to Carry on Solo

Continental Airlines is Efficient Enough to Carry on Solo

Continental Airlines seem to be completely fine doing it individually. It is not too keen on following the path of what US Airways and United Airlines did.

Both U. S. Airways and United Airlines have danced around the unification flagstaff for so long, that any talk of uniting with another party generates as much laughter as it does keenness.

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