Big Frack Attack: Is Hydraulic Fracturing Safe?

July 9, 2014

Natural gas is known as being cleaner than coal and oil but a controversial drilling technique known as ‘fracking’ has some wondering if natural gas is as safe as previously thought. And here you thought “fracking” was something they only did on Battlestar Galactica. Source


Boilers and Central Heating Facts

June 16, 2014

Today there are a variety of ways one can choose from to heat their home. This infographic from British Gas and Power highlights some useful facts about boilers and central heat. Source


A Bet on Gas

January 25, 2014

This infographic provides information about the merger between Kinder Morgan and El Paso gas. The 21 billion deal is a forecast of the fast growing fuel market. Source

Fracking: Economic Boom or Safety Bust?

October 18, 2013

The topic of fracking has been a hot button issue in the news over the last few years. With documentaries such as Gasland and celebrities publicizing inaccurate information and fears, we decided it was important to make an infographic that expands on the topic and gives real facts about fracking. Advanced Micro Instruments, Inc.

Are Paper Receipts Hazardous to Your health?

Are Paper Receipts Hazardous to Your health?

May 23, 2013

In November, the New York Times reported a frightening discovery: the presence of a dangerous chemical known as “BPA” in a large number of paper store receipts. So what is BPA exactly and how much of it are consumers exposed to through their routine shopping? Source

The Cost of Getting Around

The Cost of Getting Around

April 9, 2013

This infographic breaks down the costs of getting around in the United States by analyzing gas and auto expenses across the country. Source

UK Energy Price Rises

UK Energy Price Rises

March 10, 2013

A recent & depressing history of Energy company price rises in the UK Source

Gas Guzzlers

Gas Guzzlers

March 8, 2013

Most all of us spend countless dollars on this precious commodity that helps to bring us from point A to point B. But in what cities are Americans spending the most of it? To answer this question we analyzed monthly Mint user data, discovering where they spend the most on gas and how many times […]


Remaining Oil, Gas, Coal

December 15, 2012

How much oil, gas, coal is there? When will it finish? How much do we use*? What regions are affected by related conflicts? See the infographic below: *Data from Source

Polarizing Move

Polarizing Move

November 21, 2012

So far, reactions have been mixed. The state of Alaska and Alaska Native corporations, which rely heavily on oil and gas dollars, say the red tape and the habitat’s vast size will spell huge revenue losses. Environmentalists cheer the move but fear it won’t be enforced. To save polar bears, they say, list them as […]

Cornfields Vs. Oilfields

Cornfields Vs. Oilfields

October 11, 2012

Gas prices are at an all-time high and it doesn’t look like they are going to go down any time soon. With so much turmoil in the Middle East, people are wondering when the gas prices will stop going up and up. So are looking to alternative methods for powering their cars and turning corn […]

Gas & electricity prices heating up

Gas & electricity prices heating up

September 10, 2012