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0 Oct 19 2011 @ 11:18pm by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

Burrito bites

This is an early and abridged set of burrito bites, but I figured that I had unearthed just enough interesting tidbits to justify pushing ’em out to you glorious folk. Enjoy!

–Reuters special report on China’s resilient commodity demand.

–Does nuclear energy have a future after Fukushima?

–10 foods that should exist.

–‘Living’ buildings could inhale city carbon emissions.

–China’s LNG demand questioned.

–Infographic: what does it take to get a job at Google?

–The beginning of the end for Somali pirates?

 –Airlines can’t grow enough alt jet fuels…at least not yet.

–Dramatic fall in car accidents due to 3-day Blackberry outage.

–Infographic on GMOs (genetically modified organisms).

–The Walmart Wind Turbine Proposal (h/t @EnergyMrktIntel)…while a study questions whether wind is worth it.

–Fantastic 30 second color/word quiz.

The Burrito Deluxe Award of the Week goes to inflation in the US remaining in check (although this chart illustrates the overarchingly largest inflationary impact on the economy is….rising energy costs).

The Burnt Burrito Award of the Week goes to crude stockpiles, which fell 4.7 million barrels in this week’s inventories report. This was predominantly due to imports hitting their lowest level for the year, rather than any kind of strong demand story.

Rock on!

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