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  • Africa set to switch on gas-to-power potential

    JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Africa's under used gas reserves, either exported or burnt away into the sky, are set to play a big role in stemming the continent's crippling electricity void, a shift that should boost economies and small-cap energy firms. Sub-...
  • Marylanders want more solar, wind power

    Marylanders want more solar, wind power
    Marylanders really, really want to get more of their electricity from renewable sources like solar and wind, a new poll finds. Most also apparently back government mandates to make it happen, even if they have to pay a little more for their power. The...
  • What does fracking have to do with breast cancer awareness?

    What does fracking have to do with breast cancer awareness?
    It’s October, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. That means it’s the Month of the Pink Products. The idea is that if you buy one of those rose-colored items, ranging from pink smartphone cases to pink Cuisinarts to pink-labeled jars...
  • 'Numbers in Nature' hides math in plain sight — and in mirror maze

    'Numbers in Nature' hides math in plain sight — and in mirror maze
    The fine new "Numbers in Nature: A Mirror Maze" exhibition serves two purposes for the Museum of Science and Industry. It gives the museum a permanent exhibit that covers, in its way, mathematics, filling a gap in the extensive offerings of the South...
  • McAuliffe pitches energy plan

    McAuliffe pitches energy plan
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe pitched his all-of-the-above energy plan Tuesday to a joint gathering of business leaders and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters, and he won applause at several points for a promised turn toward conservation and renewable...
  • No 'best practices' could guarantee Maryland's safety if fracking is allowed [Letter]

    No 'best practices' could guarantee Maryland's safety if fracking is allowed [Letter]
    Your editorial of Oct. 4 regarding the release by Maryland environmental regulators of a "risk analysis" for potential shale gas development did not note that the risk analysis was conducted before release in September of Maryland's health study. It...
  • No fracking without court order: DNR boss

    No fracking without court order: DNR boss
    The director of the Illinois Department of Natural Resources testified Tuesday that if state legislators do not act to set rules governing horizontal hydraulic fracturing the agency will not issue fracking permits “absent a court order to the...
  • Peter Morici: Don't get panicky now; stocks still good investment

    Peter Morici: Don't get panicky now;  stocks still good investment
    Wall Street may be in a panic, but ordinary investors should not sell their stocks. A recession in Europe, slower growth in China, falling oil prices, and prospects the Federal Reserve will raise short-term interest rates in 2015 are keeping money...
  • Plunge in price makes LED bulbs 'a bargain'

    Plunge in price makes LED bulbs 'a bargain'
    Anybody venturing these days along the shelves of light bulbs at big-box stores is blitzed by "LED" everything. An Orlando home-improvement store now has a hot-deal display of 60-watt replacement LEDs — soft white — for $9.97 each that...
  • Truth about climate change hoax emerges

    I am a libertarian and mind my own business. Live and let live and try not to be a hypocrite are a couple of rules I live by. This leads me to several recent Morning Call articles: "Williams residents oppose gas pipeline," "PennEast Pipeline officials...
  • Oil price drop threatens to hit Russia, Iran harder than sanctions

    Oil price drop threatens to hit Russia, Iran harder than sanctions
    A drop in global oil prices, driven in part by a boom in U.S. shale oil production, is threatening to hit the economies of energy-exporting Russia and Iran harder than Western economic sanctions have done. Prices have fallen about 20% on world markets...