Have Our Oil Reserves Peaked? (Infographic)

Peak oil is a hotly debated topic. One with many views and so little answers. The term peak oil was originally coined by M. King Hubbert in the 1950s. M. King Hubbert theory suggests that there is a point at which we will reach the maximum rate of .

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Site Safety 101 - Taking A Closer Look at Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Safety is of paramount importance for any business when employees are working on a site that involves heavy machinery. Whether you’re on a construction site or a trenchless dig site like ours, safety will be at the forefront of any work undertaken..

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7 of the Strangest Underground Discoveries Ever Made

The Earth has been around for a long time, and we're constantly making new (or old!) discoveries that have been lost or forgotten over the years. Here are 7 of the strangest things that have been unearthed and discovered throughout history: 1. A F.

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10 of the Most Remarkable Holes on Earth

The world is full of fascinating holes, from man-made wonders to natural disasters. Each hole has a unique story and some more explainable than others. While some of these holes have been dug for scientific purposes and others caused by nature itsel.

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The Highest & Lowest Points on Earth (Infographic)

It's been said that humans know more about space than we do about the ground beneath us. It took 26 years for the famous satellite Voyager 1 to reach the edge of our solar system; in the same amount of time humanity reached a depth of around 7 miles.

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