March 15, 2012

A New Player In Oil: The Garbage Dump

Michael Kanellos, Forbes


barnes.com

Chris Ulum, chief executive at Agilyx, says he knows a place where crude oil can be extracted economically, easily and in an environmentally friendly manner. It’s called the municipal dump. The Beaverton, Oregon-based company cooks dirty. . .

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TAGGED: Oil Prices, Oil, Forbes, Economy, Fuel, Energy Innovation

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