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Lettre du Président Hugo Chavez aux participants du IIIème Sommet Afrique-Amérique latine et Caraïbes

Caracas, 22 février 2013. Frères et sœurs, Recevez mon plus fervent salut bolivarien, unitaire et solidaire, avec toute ma joie et toute mon espérance pour le déroulement de ce III° Sommet tant attendu des Chefs d’État et de Gouvernement d’Amérique du Sud et d’Afrique.

The picture from space that shows how one U.S. oil field is burning off enough gas to power Chicago AND Washington because it's cheaper than selling it | Mail Online

This incredible picture from space shows how the U.S. oil industry has boomed to such an extent that a gas field now burns as brightly as a major city. The rapid increase in shale oil production means it is now often more economical to 'flare off' unwanted gas than to sell it. As a result, one field in North Dakota, the state leading the energy revolution, is now burning off enough gas to power all the homes in Chicago and Washington D.C. combined.