Michael K. Orgera Joins the Staff of Jornal.us as Reporter on Renewable Energy
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Michael K. Orgera Joins the Staff of Jornal.us as Reporter on Renewable Energy

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

 

 

Party Celebrating Our New Reporter,
Mike Orgera, Energy Columnist , in front center,
Joao Vianna, Editor-in-Chief, rear

 

January  13, 2013 – New York City -  Jornal.us, a recognized Google News Provider, is expanded its staff once again.  A new staff writter has come on board, Michael K. Orgera.  Mr. Orgera attended the University of Maryland at College Park prior to graduating from Florida International University.  Following graduation, he worked in the financial services industry for a number of years after which he moved to Tel-Aviv and founded IsraeLife, a startup travel service company for young adults who toured Israel as part of the Taglit-Birthright Program.  In 2008, he changed gears and took on roles in business development for various research and development companies, all of which focused in clean technologies.  It was during these years that his interest in the environmental impact of the energy industry flourished.

In recent years there has been a significant movement towards the increased commercialization of various renewable energy sources.  His current employment is in converting gasoline driven trucks into  NGVs, or Natural Gas Vehicles.  These vehicles look like any other vehicle. However,  NGVs operate on natural gas as a different source  to the fuel we characteristically pump into our vehicles' tanks.

According to www.cleanenergyfuels.com,  “found in reservoirs deep below the earth's surface and ocean floors, natural gas is formed by the decay of organic matter. Natural gas reserves come from large quantities of plant and animal remains that have accumulated between layers of sediment on the bottoms of lakes and oceans over millions of years. The pressure from the layers of sediment and the heat from the earth's core convert the organic materials into natural gas, petroleum and coal. All oil deposits contain natural gas, although natural gas is often found without oil.”

"Our station was built and is operated by Clean Energy, the leading company for CNG site development in the country," said Mike DelBovo, President, Saddle Creek Transportation. “Cleaner than diesel, CNG produces up to 23% less greenhouse gas emissions in medium-to heavy-duty vehicles. CNG fuel consistently costs up to $1.50 less per gallon than diesel. In addition, the United States has abundant reserves of natural gas.”

According to Joao Vianna, Editor in Chief of Jornal.us, Michael K. Orgera comes to our newspaper with significant knowledge in renewable energy sources, and has a proven record of past sales experience for companies involved with the environment.Our employment verification process is quite thorough, and Mike came though with flying colors; Respected by his prior employers and peers in the industry.  Now he will be a source of information on the environmental impact of energy sources for many thousands of readers; in the future perhaps millions. We are very pleased and proud to have him on board.”

Jornal.US is published daily in English and Portuguese.  Thousands of readers follow our columnists thought the world.  In the U.S. Jornal.us is the second most visited web news site in the Portuguese language. www.ofio.net.

 

For More Information contact jornalus@gmail.com

Author: Editorial Staff
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