Nuclear Fusion With Helium-3

by Admin Energy videos

Helium-3 is a rare earth mineral in gaseous form with the potential to fuel clean nuclear fusion power plants. While scarce on our planet, He-3 is extremely abundant on the moon. A single load of the US Space-Shuttle is contended to power the entire United States for one year. Therefore, NASA plans to operate a […]

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Remembering My Exam Preparations For The Energy Risk Professional In 2010

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

On a break from work in my neighborhood Starbucks I notice a student with a pile of books  on the coffee table in front of him. With a sense of accomplishment I think to myself: “That was me one year ago.” Hydrocarbon chemistry, oil exploration, CTL technology, and all the other fun topics required in […]

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Ocean Energy In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

I have moved this post to another blog, called Renewable Energy Hub. Please check it out here: Ocean Energy In A Nutshell.

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Geothermal Energy In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

I have moved this post to another blog, The Renewable Energy Hub. You can read the post here: Geothermal Energy In A Nutshell

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Natural Gas In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

Natural gas is a fast growing form of energy with a rapidly developing competitive market. Natural gas is by no means a “green energy”, but also counts as petroleum (together with oil and bitumen). Gas exploration is a hot topic as it involves highly toxic substances and often renders whole regions uninhabitable. It is very […]

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Required Readings for the Energy Risk Professional (ERP) Exam

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

The required readings for the ERP exam are directly available from GARP in printed or electronic form. The price tag is rather high though, so you may want to consider assembling the readings yourself, preferably from your university library, as they will be exactly the same. The books may also be available on Amazon, but […]

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Energy Risk Professional Survey

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Exam

I hope you are all doing well in your ERP exam preparations! As you know, there is only a limited number of study material available, and I am currently thinking which products could help ERP candidates the most to successfully prepare for the exam. For this reason, I have created a brief survey with ten […]

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LNG In A Nutshell

by Admin Energy In A Nutshell

LNG is short for liquid natural gas. The benefit of LNG is that it is an easily transportable and storable liquid that takes up only 1/600th of the original volume of natural gas in its gaseous state. The LNG Industry is based largely on a series of virtually self-contained projects made up of interlinking chains […]

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Wind Energy In A Nutshell

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I have moved this post to another blog, The Renewable Energy Hub. You can read the post here: Wind Energy In A Nutshell

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Energy Risk Professional Salary

by Admin Energy Risk Professional Jobs

A question I often hear is “How much can I expect to earn as an Energy Risk Professional?” Obviously, this largely depends on one’s education and experience. I went ahead and searched for ERP salaries on an entry level on simplyhired.com and payscale.com. Simplyhired lets you calculate average salaries for jobs posted on their site. […]

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