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Many believe the US is on the brink of a new industrial age, as it benefits from a recent energy boom. Here we look at the major components of hydraulic fracturing, its environmental implications, and its impact on the US and global economies
There’s a mine of black gold beneath the Arctic – enough oil and gas to keep the world going for decades. Extreme weather conditions and infrastructural insufficiencies mean it’s near impossible to reach. But that hasn’t stopped people trying
Tethys Petroleum is leading the way when it comes to exploring the potential resources of Georgia’s Maikop shale region. The New Economy interviews Tethys Petroleum Executive Chairman and President Dr David Robson on the viability of fracking in the country
New Holland’s innovative products and state-of-the-art agricultural solutions help farmers improve the efficiency and sustainability of their farms. It means they can do more with less and turn farms into profitable businesses
Europe’s ageing power infrastructures are a hamper to its economic recovery. Eltel Group, winner of our award for Best Smart Grid Company, Europe, 2014, is helping shape the future of the continent’s infranets