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0 Apr 19 2013 @ 10:41am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas, Random

Burrito bites

I bid you good day! And we reach the end of a perturbing week, in markets and otherwise. Crude prices have plundered lower under the weight of renewed economic concerns kick-started on Sunday night by China. Meanwhile, natural gas has thundered higher to reach a new 21-month high on a smaller-than-expected injection to storage and the prospect of lingering heating demand. As for now, kick back and relax, and dine on these snacks:

Using solar power to get more out of natural gas.

–Peak oil fades, fracking on the rise in Google searches.

Art from food.

–Air travel to get bumpier as CO2 emissions rise.

–Shale gas isn’t a low-emissions fuel…yet.

–Nine things you probably didn’t know about swearing.

–The tale of three shale states.

–Quiz time! Coal vs. natural gas (also known as the anti-coal quiz).

–Infographic: why the sun is good for you.

–Europe take note! Austerity is good for your health.

–Eight inventions that never needed updating.

–How Cheniere Energy is leading the LNG export revolution.

–File under: awesome…man leaves water running all winter to irk developers.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to the US meeting the Kyoto protocol (without ever embracing it).

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to skipping the office Powerball pool and them winning…

Have a flourishing weekend!

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