Posts tagged: Royal Dutch Shell

Clean-Up Crew On The Half-Shell!

The Bronx River lost its thriving oyster population to over-fishing and pollution, but with a new initiative to raise a healthy population of baby oysters, the hope is that Nature’s water filtration system will soon be up and running. Courtesy: todaysgreenminute.com Tweet

Oman Invests in Solar Energy — to Extract Oil

Heavy oil 2,000 feet below the surface needs heat to help it flow, something that solar power can easily provide. Aging oilfields in the Sultanate of Oman and other places in the Middle East still have a lot of oil beneath the sands, but extracting the deeper, heavier oil can be an expensive and difficult […]

Solar-Powered Oil Recovery

Solar Meets Big Oil Increasingly—and perhaps in an attempt to gain favor with vociferously critical environmental groups—Big Oil is seeking out ways to incorporate green technology into their unending quest for black gold. Last week was no exception. OilPrice.com reports that Royal Dutch Shell Co. (LON: RDSA) and Rockport Capital, along with some other companies, […]