• Impotent & Divided: Europe’s Green Utopians Pay the Price For Energy Policy Fiasco

    • Date: 28/07/17
    • Stratfor

    Green and impotent EU uneasy and divided about Russian-German pipeline & U.S. sanctions on Russia Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller visits the Chelyabinsk pipe-rolling plant where components of the highly controversial Nord Stream 2 pipeline are being made (source: dpa) Once again, energy ties with Russia have become a source of controversy in the European Union.On July […]

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  • U.S. Coal Exports Soar, In Boost To Trump Energy Agenda, Data Shows

    • Date: 28/07/17
    • Reuters

    WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. coal exports have jumped more than 60 percent this year due to soaring demand from Europe and Asia, according to a Reuters review of government data, allowing President Donald Trump’s administration to claim that efforts to revive the battered industry are working. The increased shipments came as the European Union and […]

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  • U.S. Shale & Trudeau’s Climate Policy Have Totally Devastated Canada’s Energy Industry

    • Date: 26/07/17
    • Bloomberg

    Petroliam Nasional Bhd.’s decision to back out of a giant gas-export project on Canada’s Pacific Coast is the latest hit to the country’s energy sector — and to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s plan of balancing energy exports and climate action. The Malaysian state-run oil and natural gas producer cited an “extremely challenging environment” of low […]

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  • Forget Paris: Coal To Remain King In India Until 2050, Report

    • Date: 26/07/17
    • Financial Express

    Coal would remain at the centre stage in India with its share in energy mix not declining below 46% in 2047, claimed a report titled ‘Energising India’, jointly prepared by the NITI Aayog and the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan. Coal would remain at the centre stage in India with its share in energy mix […]

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  • Russia’s Financial Support for Anti-Fracking Groups Is No Coincidence

    • Date: 25/07/17
    • Austin Yack, National Review

    Aware that fracking could devastate the Russian economy, the Kremlin has secretly financed environmentalist groups across the globe. As Mitt Romney understood all too well, Vladimir Putin has long sought to interfere with domestic American politics. Years before Donald Trump came down that escalator and Hillary Clinton’s staff was tricked into giving up its e-mail […]

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  • U.S. Coal Boom Feeds European Markets

    • Date: 23/07/17
    • Oil Price

    A report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration reveals that coal exports have increased by 58% in 2017, with half of the coal imported by Europe. A report by the EIA indicated that coal exports—for both steam coal, used for power generation, and metallurgical coal, used for refining steel—have increased by 58 percent from Q1 of 2016 to […]

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  • New Climate “Hero” China Building Hundreds of New Coal Plants

    • Date: 22/07/17
    • William F. Jasper, The New American

    The People’s Republic of China, the undisputed Pollution King of the world, is ramping up its production of coal-fired power plants — not only in China, but in dozens of other countries as well. But, strangely, China remains the new darling of the climate-change alarm choir. The communist regime, which is notorious for pumping colossal volumes […]

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  • Japan, China, and South Korea Funding New Coal Power Plants In Indonesia

    • Date: 21/07/17
    • Thompson Reuters

    Japan, China, and South Korea are bankrolling environmentally destructive coal-fired power plants in Indonesia despite their pledges to reduce climate-changing emissions under the Paris climate deal, analysts told the Thomson Reuters Foundation. Australia-based environmental finance organization Market Forces said it analyzed 22 coal power deals in Indonesia since January 2010 and found state-run financiers for […]

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