Underground is the second studio album by the American garage rock band, The Electric Prunes, and was released in 1967 on Reprise Records. It would be the final album of any materialized input by band members until the 1969 "New Improved" Electric Prunes were formed. The album was a moderate chart hit, but, without a hit-ready single, the band could not repeat their past success.
The album, Underground, brought changes to the band once recording began. Limited lyrical input plagued the band's creative process on their debut. Only one track, composed by Mark Tulin and James Lowe, called "Lovin'" was included on their first album. This changed with this album because Dave Hassinger, the group's producer, was not as active in the sessions resulting in nine of the 12 tracks becoming the band's own material. With so much more musical freedom, the band could mold their music into their own image. The final products were a more direct and cohesive set of songs that reflected the band's own design.
Transport's first two EPs and other songs including the single Sunday Driver were recorded by producer Guy Cooper on the Gold Coast.
The band has continued to record and perform independently of Kate Miller-Heidke, mainly at Brisbane venues but also on interstate tours and live radio broadcasts. The band's song Sunday Driver was downloaded a record 24,000 times from the website of youth radio network Triple J, and in Britain Stone Hearted has been aired on BBC Radio 1 and on Kerrang! Radio.
Some counties that are wary of the projects have sought to limit where the pipelines can be built, which a federal judge rebuffed. Summit Carbon Solutions seeks to build a five-state pipeline system that would transport captured carbon dioxide from ethanol plants — 13 of which are in Iowa — to North Dakota for underground sequestration ...Daily News ... .
... build a major interstate infrastructure for CCS and “green” hydrogen, including tens of thousands of miles of specialized pipelines, massive underground storage facilities for CO2, and large-scale facilities for the production and transport of hydrogen gas from renewable sources.
Summit, Navigator and Wolf propose to use their multistate pipelines to capture carbon dioxide emissions from ethanol, fertilizer and other industrial plants, liquefy the gas under pressure and transport it to deep underground sequestration sites in North Dakota or Illinois.
Iowa city and county officials have jurisdiction over building permits for carbon capture facilities near ethanol plants ...Summit Carbon Solutions seeks to build a five-state pipeline system that would transport captured carbon dioxide from ethanol plants — 13 of which are in Iowa — to North Dakota for underground sequestration ... Hearing status ... .
The firm's goal is to "solve the problem of soul-destroying traffic," by creating a series of underground transportation tunnels. Taking transportation underground, the company says, should additionally "allows us to repurpose roads into community-enhancing spaces, and beautify our cities.".
Elon Musk is everywhere ... We all have watched Space X launch thousands of Starlink satellites and provide America’s most powerful rockets ... A bit more surprising is his ownership of an underground tunnel construction company, “The Boring Company.” Evolutions from Hyperloop proposals for high-speed underground transportation seem to have occurred ... Musk.
The project also aimed to see Bridge Street and HavenRoad turned into a people-focused corridor, with more green places and places to socialise, a more sustainable commercial environment and more transport choices. "This underground work also offers an opportunity to redesign the Bridge Street corridor," Smith said ... ....
The company wants to lay more than 2,000 miles of pipe in five states to transport captured carbon dioxide from more 30 ethanol plants to North Dakota for underground sequestration ...Landowner concerns ... He added ... Rep ... He also said it might be possible to sequester carbon dioxide underground in Iowa rather than transport it with a pipeline out of state ... .
Pipeline developers in Iowa say capturing carbon dioxide emissions from ethanol plants — then liquefying the gas under pressure and transporting it via the pipelines to be sequestered deep underground in either North Dakota or Illinois — will cut ethanol's carbon footprint in ...
The parties have agreed to fast-track the "pace and scope" of Denmark's 2030 climate goals by "removing obstacles and creating clarity" for the establishment of pipes, transport and the development of permanent underground CO2 storage facilities "as early as 2029," the press release said.
Here are the notes from its Sept. 14 meeting ... The board reached consensus on how they will vote on Oct ... 28 ... • The district and the North TonawandaSchool District will continue their partnership activities with a tour and discussion at the UndergroundRailroad Museum on Sept. 28 ... Transportation issues continue to need improvement ... .