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1. Energy gives us light.
2. Energy gives us heat.
3. Energy makes things move.
4. Energy makes things grow.
5. Energy makes technology work.
|What is energy?|
What are the different forms of energy?|
What are the properties of energy?
How was energy defined and discovered in the first place?
How is energy transported and transferred?
How is energy converted?
What is Renewable Energy?
What are renewable energy sources?
How does Renewable Energy affect the supply of electricity?
Why use Renewable Energy?
How much Renewable Energy do we have?
Where does your electricity come from?
Is there a difference between fuel and energy?
If so, what is the difference?
Does electricity fit in the classification of fuel or energy?
How do you classify energy sources?
How do you measure energy?
Should you use fuel classification, energy classification, or both?
You should use both fuel and energy classification. Issues that are not explained in fuel are elaborated and fit in energy classification sources.
You need to give all agriculture and food sciences products, including horticulture products, to state food and supplies.
State food and supplies will distribute the products.
What is electricity? |
How is electricity produced?
How is electricity produced in a circuit?
How is electricity generated and distributed?
How many total LPG outlets are in the state as of March 30, 2011?
|Measurement of Energy|
Oil Company-Project Report|
What should be the dimensions of an oil refinery with a capacity of 200,000 barrels per day?
What will it look like?
Performance & Tracking
1. Air Pollution.
How many pounds of air pollutants (SO2, NO2, VOC, CO and particulates) are released per barrel of oil processed?
2. Toxic Pollutants.
How many pounds of SARA Section 313 Toxic Release Inventory chemicals (e.g. benzene, 1,3 butadiene, etc.) are released to the air, water and land per barrel of oil processed?
3. Greenhouse Gases.
How many pounds of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide) are released per barrel of oil processed?
4. Product Pollution.
What does the refinery do to make sure that its products contribute the least amount of pollution when used by consumers? (e.g. How much sulfur is in gasoline, diesel, jet fuel, etc.?)
5. Impact to Health & Environment.
What does the refiner do to monitor and protect the health of employees? What does the refiner do in terms of protecting, preserving and restoring areas of environmental concern (e.g. wetlands, wildlife preserves, rain forests, waterways, etc.) near the refinery?
6. Additional Information. What other environmental performance data, which may or may not be required by regulating agencies, does the refinery provide to the public voluntarily?
Internal and External Audits
7. Internal Audits.
What incentive programs does the refiner have to encourage its' employees to make environmentally sound decisions at work and at home?
8. Supplier Audits.
What efforts does the refinery make to select crude suppliers who are environmental leaders in exploration, production and transport of crude oil?
9. Customer Audits.
What efforts does the refinery make to ensure that it's customers (chemical plants, gasoline terminals, retail gas stations) are environmental leaders in how they handle refinery products?
10. Customer Support.
How much information/assistance does the refinery provide to its direct customers and end users to use petroleum products in an environmentally safe way?