4 Refining, Renewable Energy and W2E
Focusing on clean, renewable energy such as Solar, Wind, Geothermal and Waste to Energy (W2E)
Without sufficient energy, a nation’s economic development and the quality of life for its people languish. Moreover, energy is an essential component of industrial growth and diversification.
Existing types of energy, such as natural gas and crude oil, can be tapped in manners that are more environmentally friendly than those used in the past and do not ‘spoil’ the environment.
New technologies provide options for superior petroleum refining and converting coal into low sulfur diesel, thus saving
vital industries and highly trained jobs while decreasing various forms of pollution.
These forms of energy need transportation mechanisms, including monitored pipelines, and are less prone to rupture. Solar, wind, hydro, and geothermal provide various green energy options and are often most effective and reliable when combined with energy produced from natural gas.