DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr 24, 2018--The "Global Remote Monitoring and Control Market- Technologies, Market share and Industry Forecast to 2024" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.The global remote monitoring and control market is expected to rise with the CAGR of about 5% during the forecast period. Growing demand for industrial automation, increasing … [Read more...] about Global Remote Monitoring and Control Market 2018-2024
Rising demand for energy and water
In a federal court in San Francisco on Wednesday, major oil companies concurred with the “scientific consensus,” saying it was “extremely likely” that human activity has been driving global warming since the middle of the 20th century. They just don’t think they can be sued for it. “Chevron accepts what the IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on … [Read more...] about Chevron’s lawyer, speaking for major oil companies, says climate change is real and it’s your fault
The world is full of water, flushing down our toilets and flowing from our taps. And yet where I live, in the American Southwest, and quite possibly where you live, the kind of water people need to survive is getting harder to come by. Across the region, temperatures are rising and droughts are getting more severe, and in the coming decades the West will struggle to supply the … [Read more...] about Can Humans Survive on Water Vapor Alone?
And then it was all over. After the drama of Apollo 13, the final four human missions to the Moon in 1971 and 1972 flew smoothly. With each successive, increasingly routine landing, astronauts made longer forays out onto the dusty lunar terrain and delved deeper into the scientific secrets hidden there. By the time the crew of Apollo 17 returned to Earth in the Command Module … [Read more...] about The Greatest Leap, part 6: After Apollo, NASA still searching for an encore
At the climax of his book Twilight in the Desert, Houston investment banker and energy guru Matthew Simmons describes a visit to the world's most powerful oil company, Saudi Aramco, in Dhahran. Simmons listens in horror as a senior manager reveals the kingdom's darkest secret. The old ways no longer suffice. To keep their aging wells productive, the Saudis now rely upon one … [Read more...] about Why $5 Gas Is Good for America