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Officials for CavitroniX Corp., whose technology improves the efficiency of oil-fired boilers, announced today that independent tests utilizing EPA protocols and ASME standards by a leading research institute confirm that the market-ready CavitroniX E2C system for oil-fired boilers and generators produces significant fuel savings as well as a major reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.  (May 6, 2013 | post #1)

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BP Holdings: Partnere i det Karibiske Havet

Trinidad and Tobago enjoyed its first oil boom after 1910, although the abundant natural gas in its reservoirs was only fully appreciated several decades later. From the late 1970s, gas began to dominate the country’s energy market, as it does today. The dual-island nation produced more than 700,000 barrels of oil equivalent in natural gas on a daily basis in 2011, of which BP’s Trinidad and Tobago business – BPTT – contributed around 55%. The company operates 13 offshore platforms, onshore oil and gas processing terminals and is the largest shareholder in the liquefie d natural gas (LNG) company, Atlantic, with its four liquefaction units, or trains. http://www.videoba sh.com/video_show/ bp-holdings-partne re-i-det-karibiske -havet-455583  (Nov 20, 2012 | post #1)

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BP Holdings - BP Trinidad og Tobago

Five centuries ago, when explorers were sailing the globe in a bid to discover new lands, many passed through Caribbean waters on their way to the Americas. Among them was the British navigator, Sir Walter Raleigh, who – it is said – came across a ‘lake’ of asphalt on the south-western corner of Trinidad in the 1590s. Pitch Lake, as it is known today, is one of the world’s largest natural deposits of this sticky, black substance – created by deep deposits of oil that are forced to the surface, where the lighter elements of the hydrocarbon evaporate to leave behind the heavy asphalt. Adventurers such as Raleigh used the substance to seal their ships’ hulls, before continuing a voyage. http://www.funnyor die.com/videos/f13 1711e81/bp-holding s-bp-trinidad-og-t obago  (Nov 20, 2012 | post #1)