Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Emergency Spill Kits

If you are looking for emergency spill kits to ensure your home or business is safe and prepared for every eventuality, then Birmingham Fuel Oils will be able to supply you with the equipment you need for all residents across the united kingdom. While based in west midlands Birmingham, they supply nationwide services and deliveries including "off shore" residents that would otherwise find it more difficult to obtain services.

Maintenance spill kits are for oil coolants, water, detergents and mild chemical solutions. Chemical spill kits for acids, caustics and corrosive chemicals. Oil spill kits for hydrocarbons - diesel, petrol, oil based paints, lubricants and solvents

Spill kits can help you to be ready for any emergency so don't be caught without.

Lubricants from Fuel Suppliers

You may already know that you can many useful fuels from one oil fuel supplier such as diesel fuel, heating oil and peat briquettes, however it may surprise you to learn you can also get many other lesser known products form the same supplier such as lubrication for machinery. Birmingham Fuel Oil suppliers can provide fuel supply services across the country, even areas that are typically problematic for fuel deliveries. When your business needs to maintain it's machinery it shouldn't matter where your business is, it needs to keep running smoothly and machine maintenance should not be sacrificed for this.

If you need to buy lubricants, or require a price on lubricants, give Birmingham Fuel Oils a call on 0844 812 4967 and we will be happy to deal with your enquiry. Using the latest development of lubricant technology, Birmingham Fuel Oils assures you of the highest quality, approved lubricants for all types of applications.

Irish Peat Moss

Peat briquettes (not just irish moss peat briquettes) can be created from a selection of different fuels including the commonly known Irish Moss. They are usually cylindrical blocks of solid fuel that has been compressed. They are used to help start fires when camping, for fireplaces or even barbecues. Peat Briquettes are also seen made from hay, sawdust and coal but they can also be made with a large range of other fuels and are popular worldwide.

Irish Moss peat briquetes are most popular in Ireland for their smokeless burning properties and are typically used as a common household fuel. This makes irish moss peat briquettes easy to obtain across the UK and recommended for rural areas with strict fire burning regulations.

Sunday, 11 December 2011

Video: USA Oil Policies explained

Do you know who has the biggest oil and energy reserves? It may not be who you think..

IER Board Member, Steven Hayward, exposes how US energy policies have restricted access to America's vast energy resources. You may have previously thought America had little to none of it's own reserves but this is not the case. America is tehrefore less competitive in the world, energy prices are skyrocketing, and the economy is suffering. Steven Hayward points out that the United States must open federal lands to exploration and end the regulatory blockade that keeps shale oil and gas out of our reach.

Video: Iran claims finding a new reserve in the caspian sea

Islamic republic minister of oil Sardar Rostam Ghasemi has reported that Iran has found a new reserve source in the Caspian sea containing a significant amount of gaz after successful drilling.

According to Iranian TV the quantity of Gaz found in this reserve is equal to available gaz in all other Caspian Sea fields .

According to studies made earlier , the Iranian side of Caspian sea did not have any interesting gaz or oil fields .

Video: Is Oil the Future of Energy?

Around 5,000 participants have come together in Qatar for the World Petroleum Congress in order to discuss the global demand for energy, in particular oil, which has seen large growth despite the economic downturn. Can oil meet future needs for energy?

Thursday, 1 December 2011

Don Young Bashes Arctic Refuge

Rep. Don Young (R-AK) bullies witness Dr. Doug Brinkley and attacks the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as worthless for anything other than drilling. Many people are currently displaying their outrage for this video which reveals the congressman as "wasted taxpayers money" by commenters.

Listen out for the Faux Pas made for a little humour in this serious issue.