Canada’s natural resources can and should be a mainstay of our prosperity for many years to come. For that to happen, however, we need not just the natural resource endowment itself, but some far more valuable elements that provide indispensable context
For the first-time visitor to Osaka's Kyocera stadium, the three gigantic spheres a stone's throw from the gates look, fittingly, like gigantic baseballs. Inside them is a highly flammable substance – yet nobody seems to mind
Why have ships transporting liquefied natural gas been safely navigating oceans and urban ports for decades without a major incident? Here are some insights into the extraordinary measures taken to ensure safe sailing
It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon, and people are playing baseball. It’s a perfectly normal game, except that one fellow in the stands is getting increasingly upset. Eventually he turns to the spectators around him and declares: 'What idiots! This is the worst game of cricket I’ve ever seen. They have no idea what they’re doing!'
Posted by Peter Severinson | June 08, 2015 11:46 AM
If you’ve been hearing a lot about grandiose LNG projects that will boost the British Columbia economy, that’s not surprising. What may come as news is the problem-solving ways in which this form of energy is already in use today