A look at the process being studied by AEP and Alstom to capture and store up to 100,000 metric tons of CO2 per year one mile below the Mountaneer power plant in West Virginia
Worker unrest in China has triggered huge wage increases, which could in turn transform China's manufacturing focus from low-cost products to high-value technologies.
BP contractors are using miles of physical separators and a polymer that turns oil into a solid.
Ray Rex, President of Hammond's HALOX Division, and Gerry Kaoukis, Hammond's IT Director, discuss their formula for reducing IT costs by 39%, reducing document management costs by 80%, improving service levels, increasing cross sell opportunities, and empowering their customers.
As part of an industry-wide push to phase out R-22, DuPont Engineers discuss how the company's ISCEON refrigerant can replace R-22 in existing equipment, the use of 410A and the evolution of refrigerant technology.
From fabricating the Bourdon tube to filling the gauge with glycerin, this video shows how the inner workings of a pressure gauge are put together.
Footage of the underwater robots cutting a section of pipe from above the blowout preventer, and an animation showing how BP hopes to stem the flow of oil using the "cut-and-cap" approach.
Johnson & Johnson CEO Bill Weldon claims that the company initiated a recall as soon as he became aware of quality issues, even though he can't remember exactly when that was. Congress is currently investigating a "phantom recall" involving a contractor hired to buy up bad product up to a year prior to the official recall.
POET CEO Jeff Broin talks about the infrastructure changes necessary for increased levels of ethanol in automobile fuel, and an engine that could use ethanol instead of diesel.
How the Department of Energy is using RFID technology for the secure transport, storage and management of nuclear materials.
A report claims that inspectors from the Minerals Management Service (MMS) took bribes and were under the influence of drugs on the job.
Video of the ruptured well taken six hours after the top kill attempt started shows oil is still flowing.
The Milwaukee Brewing Company makes its own biodiesel, using it to heat the facility and make beer. Having trouble viewing this video? Try downloading the latest version of Flash or contact your IT department. If you have a video that you
Waste-to-energy projects are taking out the trash and putting it to use for entire counties and even states. Clean Skies News takes you to some of these new power plants and investigates how and why this trend works.
BizTimes Milwaukee reporter, Eric Decker recently visited Jim McCabe at Milwaukee Brewing company to discuss the brewer's production of bio diesel fuel. McCabe describes the process the company goes through to produce its own bio diesel and how it saves them money by allowing the company...