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University researchers say gravity energy storage could be significantly cheaper than li-ion batteries 23 October 2019

A system that stores excess renewable energy in weights suspended above disused mineshafts could be cheaper than lithium ion batteries, according to a report by independent analysts at Imperial College London....

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To the editor: Comment on the article 'Dust explosions - a rigorous approach to risk reduction' 30 July 2018

I feel I must comment on the article 'Dust explosions - a rigorous approach to risk reduction' in the July copy of Hazardex. In particular, the observation 'process hazards, not covered by ATEX or IEC standards' leads me to want to fill the gap. ...

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Anadarko to reopen most wells shut down after deadly home explosion in Colorado 27 July 2017

Anadarko Petroleum says it plans to start back up more than 3,000 vertical wells that were shut off after the fatal house explosion in Firestone in April, according to local media. But the company will permanently shut down the gas well linked to the explosion and fire that killed two and seriously injured a third, as well as another two nearby....

Letter: More engineers required 22 October 2015

Sir, the comment by the UN scientist Jacquie McGlade, on the change in UK renewables policy illustrates yet again how badly engineers are needed in positions of similar responsibility to examine the feasibility of the scientific concepts and arguments that are now being put forward.  ...

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US Supreme Court rejects Shell torture case in Nigeria 19 April 2013

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court has said US courts cannot hear lawsuits about human rights abuses abroad. The nine justices unanimously said that a court in the state of New York could not hear a case against oil major Shell over alleged abuses in Nigeria. The case was filed by 12 Nigerians who say the firm was complicit in a campaign against protesters from 1992-95....

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