Must See New York City Skyscrapers

Posted on 28 October 2016

This is one of the signature ESRT buildings of the world. It’s no secret that this is one of the most important stops on any visit to New York City. This buildings was originally called the Art Deco Skyscraped when it opened up in 1931. When it opened, this was a triumph for the city of New York and the country as a whole, but it was also a major victory for American engineering.

Add new landscaping to improve your home’s curb appeal

Posted on 24 August 2016

A home improvement project one can take on is to invest supplemental income on their landscape to add to the curb appeal of the home. One should make certain that prior to planting that a plan is developed. By doing so, expenses down the road can be averted such as having to tear out plants […]

SM Energy Signs Agreement to Acquire Rock Oil from Riverside Holdings LLC

Posted on 10 August 2016

Riverside Holdings LLC is an international investment firm known in the gas and oil industry to build and expand companies. The management team at Riverside built and grew Rock Oil by providing capital and managing its assets. SM Energy, a gas and oil company in Denver, CO acquired the oil and gas company for $980 […]

The Big Apple Sports the Biggest Skyscraper Views

Posted on 27 June 2016

If you are interested in spending a little leisure time in the gigantic metropolis that is New York City, there are many low-cost but high-experience-gaining things to do. No doubt, like so many other people with keen curiosities about great and unique sites, you will want to tour some of the biggest and most interesting […]

Answers To Your Trickiest Recycling Questions

Posted on 14 March 2016

Polystyrene recycling centers are still fairly rare, meaning recycling polystyrene foam could be far easier, if the resources were used to create recycling centers that were available to everyone.

Cleaning Out the Crawl Space Helps

Posted on 05 February 2016

Cleaning out the crawl space in a house is a great way to make the house an easier place to live, and it gives up room that can be used for other things.

Foam Bans Don’t Work. Choose Recycling Instead.

Posted on 23 October 2015

When these bans come to fruition in various cities, like a potential South Carolina foam ban, these business owners have no choice but to purchase more expensive products and then pass those increased costs onto the consumers.

New Accumulations Promise Oil Advancements

Posted on 05 December 2014

Cunningham Energy  a leader in oil and gas acquisition and production in North America, has made notable strides in recent weeks.

Obama announces $12 billion investment in African energy sector

Posted on 05 December 2014

President Obama announced $12 billion in new commitments to invest in African energy and electricity infrastructure leveraged through a White House initiative.

Successful Methods of Oil Drilling & Exploration

Posted on 03 November 2014

A company that is currently using these new drilling technologies is Cunningham Energy from West Virginia. The company was formed to acquire, explore, and produce oil and gas in several prime drilling locations in the United States.

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Auto Manufacturing Companies

Vehicle Failures Concerns Consumers

Posted on 01 August 2012

Consumers are concerned with a recent discovery regarding ethanol and the damage it can do to vehicles. Fuel containing 15 percent ethanol (E15) could have an adverse reaction that could cost consumers more to money to repair. “Clearly many vehicles on the road today are at risk of harm from E15. The unknowns concern us […]

Energy Education

CVTC Breaks Ground on Energy Education Center

Posted on 23 September 2014

The 46,000 square-foot Energy Education Center is an expansion and renovation project that includes classrooms and labs that will improve and increase program offerings at CVTC and provide training opportunities for workers in existing and evolving energy industries.

Energy Investment

5 Best Stocks to Buy in Renewable Energy

Posted on 03 November 2014

When ambitious plans for renewable-energy adoption were laid out before the Great Recession, there were many vocal critics. However, in the eight-year period from 2004 to 2012, electricity generation from renewable sources increased by 39%. By 2015, the consumption of solar energy is expected to more than double from 2012 levels, while wind and biodiesel will enjoy gains of 39% and 67%, respectively.

Fracking Economy

Buffalo-Peniel Oilfield Sold to Independent Energy Provider

Posted on 23 September 2014

The privately owned Cunningham Energy has begun its expansion into existing and potential oil producing areas of the Appalachian mountain basin with its recent purchase of a 2,700 acre existing oil field in West Virginia’s Jackson and Roane counties.


Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Posted on 18 October 2011

What to do with nuclear reactors worldwide? Exactly one day before the catastrophe of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) agreed to continue the operation of a similarly built plant in Vermont. The Vermont Yankee plant is 38 years old and had a license that was supposed to expire […]

Shale Gas

Shale Gas Controversy

Shale Gas Controversy

Posted on 01 November 2011

Many people have worries about shale gas production in the US. There are concerns about chemical usage, waste getting into the water supply and possible explosions from fracking. While these concerns are valid there have been advancements in technology and environmental regulations that ensure safe extraction of shale gas.

South Carolina Manufacturing

Ideal State for Business and Energy Development

Ideal State for Business and Energy Development

Posted on 22 October 2012

South Carolina is known for being one of the most desirable states for doing business in the manufacturing industry, but what you might not realize is that South Carolina is quickly becoming one of the most desirable states for alternative energy. SC has a proposal drafted for an offshore wind farm that would create thousands […]


Keeping Your Home Pest Free This Season

Keeping Your Home Pest Free This Season

Posted on 08 May 2013

While some pests like ants, bedbugs, and termites are fairly universal, others are native to specific areas, and may multiple because of unusual weather patterns. For example, residents are working towards pest control in Maryland due to especially high populations of cankerworms which are eating the leaves off trees, and causing defoliation. Little things such […]