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Buckeye Pipeline Dumps 8,000 Gallons Of Jet Fuel Into Indiana River
The fuel spilled into the St. Marys River in Decatur, roughly 100 miles northeast of Indianapolis.
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Delta To Georgia Lawmakers: 'Our Values Are Not For Sale'
The Atlanta-based airline stands by its decision to cut ties with the NRA, despite retaliation by state lawmakers.
How Much Oil Would Be Needed to Power Santa's Sleigh?
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Every year around the world, hundreds of millions of children wait anxiously for Santa Claus to arrive and bring presents and good cheer. But what if Santa never came? What if this year the reindeer all fall ill and Santa is forced to cancel Christmas?
United Airlines Wants To Fuel Jets With Your Leftover Dinner
Your dinner leftovers could soon be powering your next flight.
Airbus Has Its Sights Set On Hybrid Electric Planes
By Reuters, Reuters
(Writing by Victoria Bryan; Editing by David Holmes) The batteries are tricky, Botti said. "They're causing us a lot of headaches
Airline Fuel Surcharges Rising Twice As Fast As The Price Of Fuel
Check out some notorious airline fees below: The fees that airlines add to tickets ostensibly to cover fuel costs rose twice
Biofuel Production Facilities Spotlight Next Generation
By Reuters, Reuters
Coskata, backed by France's Total, expects a commercial plant in Alabama to produce fuel-grade cellulosic ethanol from softwood
Time to Switch to Switchgrass
Daniel J. Graeber
Senior Journalist, Oilprice.com
USGS scientists have developed a method for mapping grasslands that could be well suited for growing biofuel crops. This boils down to good and basic natural resource management. But just as scientists note that just because it's green doesn't' make it clean, switchgrass has its problems.
Daytona 500 Crash: Fire Erupts When Juan Pablo Montoya Wreck Ignites Jet Fuel (VIDEO)
(UPDATE: Matt Kenseth won Monday's Daytona 500. Find a full recap of the race here.) The explosion and the eventual removal
Can't Anyone at the Defense Department Do Oversight? Anyone at All?
Author, 'Shadow Force: Private Security Contractors in Iraq'
The perennial issue regarding private military security contractors is the degree to which they are subject to effective oversight. In that regard there is only one item in today's news worth looking at.
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"And although current nuclear defenders love to crow about the free market...the industry operates with an exponential financial
Delta Airlines Passengers Return To DIA To Find Their Luggage Soaked In Jet Fuel
They filed a complaint at the airport and were told anything that was permanently damaged would have to be submitted for
Algae Jet Fuel: It's Green, It's Slimy, It's Renewable
By CleanTechnica, CleanTechnica
Related: There are a lot of renewable energy sources out there being talked about, but it seems to me that two are kind of
The Legacy of TWA Flight 800
Whether the FAA has the nerve to impose a new expense of hundreds of thousands of dollars per aircraft remains to be seen. Whether the rule is necessary is another question.
Airlines Dump Planes, Routes, And Workers
Prompting executives to action: fuel costs that have soared by more than 20 percent since January and a heart-stopping drop
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