• India Admits It Will Miss Coal Emissions Targets

    • Date: 03/05/17
    • Financial Times

    Power minister takes swipe at west but acknowledges power plants will not meet goals India’s ageing power stations will miss a government deadline to slash their emissions, the country’s power minister has admitted, as he reiterated the country’s longstanding position that the responsibility for tackling global pollution rests squarely with the west. Stricter standards from […]

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  • Another Solar Company Goes Up In Smoke

    • Date: 29/04/17
    • PV Magazine

    HelioPower files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy — The case, filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada, shows the California installer has liabilities of up to $10 million, owed to up to 5,000 creditors. California solar installer HelioPower filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nevada on Wednesday. The […]

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  • World’s First Commercial Fusion Reactor Takes First Steps Towards Generating Energy

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Energy Voice

    Britain’s newest fusion reactor has been fired up and taken the UK one step further towards generating electricity from the power of the stars.  Tokamak ST40 fusion reactor The heart of the Tokamak ST40 reactor – a super-hot cloud of electrically charged gas, or plasma – is expected to reach a temperature of 100 million […]

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  • Fast-Rising U.S. Shale Oil Output Puts OPEC Cut At Risk: Rystad

    • Date: 28/04/17
    • Reuters

    Shale oil output in the United States is rising much faster than expected and gaining market share globally, increasing the risk of a “volume war” with OPEC and weaker oil prices, the founder of oil and gas consultancy Rystad Energy said. Rystad Energy expects U.S. shale oil output to grow by 100,000 barrels per day […]

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  • Anti-Shale Europe: Companies Ready To Fund $5.1 Billion For Russia Gas Pipeline

    • Date: 25/04/17
    • The Wall Street Journal

    European energy firms pledged Monday to finance half the cost of a natural-gas link from Russia to Germany, lending support to a pipeline plan that is fueling tensions within the European Union. A consortium of five companies said they would provide up to €4.75 billion ($5.1 billion) in long-term financing to Nord Stream 2 AG, […]

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  • Radical Greenies Make Natural Gas Their Next Target

    • Date: 24/04/17
    • The American Interest

    Now that coal has been toppled from its perch as America’s biggest source of power, environmentalists are ready to move on down the fossil fuel list and tackle what they perceive as another enemy of the planet: natural gas. Bloomberg reports: U.S. environmentalists have vowed to go after gas-fired power plants with the same vengeance they’ve […]

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  • OPEC’s Grand Plan To Tame U.S. Shale Has Failed

    • Date: 23/04/17
    • Julian Lee, Bloomberg

    OPEC’s battle with shale has only just begun and initial evidence suggests it may already have  been lost. It was all so simple. By lifting restraints on output, Saudi Arabia would stop subsidizing high-cost oil producers and halt the rapid rise in U.S. production that was eating into OPEC’s market share. At least, that was […]

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  • How The Shale Revolution Turned The World Upside Down

    • Date: 22/04/17
    • Robert Rapier, Forbes

    The shale revolution has sent shockwaves not only across the country but around the world. Ultimately OPEC responded to the threat with a price war to win back market share that was being lost. To date, it looks like that strategy has failed, but this is a game with many innings still to be played. Overemphasizing […]

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