• Use Of Coal Increasing In Rapidly Growing Emerging Economies

    • Date: 10/02/18

    While the number of new coal-fired power plants China and India are building has declined, the planned expansion in the use of coal in fast-growing emerging economies, such as Turkey, Indonesia and Vietnam, will in part cancel out the reduction, according to a new study. The study advocates politically feasible solutions for a global coal […]

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  • Russia And Saudi Arabia Forge Energy Pact To Counter U.S. Shale Boom

    • Date: 08/02/18
    • Financial Times

    Moscow and Riyadh in unlikely alliance in face of threat from US shale boom It was below minus 30C in the Arctic Circle but the delegations from Saudi Arabia and Russia tossed aside their gloves for a friendly handshake, smiling despite the cold under their fur hats and padded jackets. Khalid al-Falih, Saudi energy minister, […]

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  • Reality Check: Fossil Fuels, Not Renewables, Are The Energy Sources Of America’s Future

    • Date: 07/02/18
    • Mark Perry, Carpe Diem

    Department of Energy projections to 2050 suggest that fossil fuels, not renewables, are the energy sources of America’s future The chart above is based on energy projections through the year 2050 released today by the Energy Information Administration in its Annual Energy Outlook report for 2018. Here’s a summary: EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook provides modeled projections of domestic energy […]

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  • New EU Rules Threaten European Solar Industry

    • Date: 06/02/18
    • Euractiv

    Households, schools and hospitals that decide to place solar panels on their rooftop could be exposed to the same responsibilities as big energy utilities under new EU electricity market rules currently being drafted in the European Parliament, EURACTIV.com has learned. A “big fight” is currently taking place in Parliament about whether small renewable energy installations […]

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  • U.S. To Overtake Saudi Arabia & Russia As World’s Largest Oil Producer, Upending Global Trade and Geopolitics

    • Date: 30/01/18
    • Reuters

    U.S. energy exports now compete with Middle East oil for buyers in Asia, with breathtaking economic and political impacts With Donald Trump’s State of the Union address upcoming, one of the game changing achievements of his administration has undoubtably been the spike in U.S. energy exports, which now rival those of Russia and Middle Eastern […]

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  • America’s Oil Exports Are Booming — And Lifting Prices

    • Date: 29/01/18
    • CNN

    The resurgence of the oil industry can be traced back to what happened in Congress one day in December 2015. That’s when lawmakers ended the 40-year ban on U.S. oil exports. Crude pumped in Texas, Oklahoma and North Dakota could suddenly be shipped overseas. At the time, excess supply was wreaking havoc on the energy industry. […]

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  • Trump Taxes Solar Imports in Biggest Blow To Renewables Industry

    • Date: 22/01/18
    • Bloomberg

    In the biggest blow he’s dealt to the renewable energy industry yet, President Donald Trump decided on Monday to slap tariffs on imported solar panels. The U.S. will impose duties of as much as 30 percent on solar equipment made abroad, a move that threatens to handicap a $28 billion industry that relies on parts made […]

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  • Hail Shale: USA Set To Overtake Saudi Arabia And Russia In Oil Production

    • Date: 21/01/18
    • Financial Times

    US crude production is on course to overtake Saudi Arabia and rival Russia, the International Energy Agency said, as it revised higher its 2018 growth forecast and stressed that “explosive” expansion in shale was offsetting Opec-led supply cuts. In its closely watched monthly oil market report published on Friday, the IEA said production growth was […]

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