• US Shale Cargo Turns Towards UK As Spat With Russia Rumbles

    • Date: 15/03/18
    • Financial Times

    The first tanker of liquefied natural gas to depart a new facility on the US east coast has changed course mid-Atlantic and is heading for the UK, the day after questions were raised in Westminster about rising UK imports of Russian LNG. The Gemmata LNG tanker, which left the newly opened Cove Point terminal in […]

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  • Fritz Vahrenholt: German Opposition To Wind Farms Is Growing

    • Date: 14/03/18
    • Welt Am Sonntag

    Fritz Vahrenholt, Hamburg’s former environmental senator, was one of the pioneers of Germany’s Energiewende. Today, he finds its implementation miserable and believes that the new federal government urgently needs to change course in response to growing public resistance against more and more wind turbines. Fritz Vahrenholt in the offices of the German Wildlife Foundation in […]

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  • Trump Nominates Climate Sceptic As New US Secretary Of State

    • Date: 13/03/18
    • Megan Darby, Climate Home News

    Donald Trump has chosen Mike Pompeo, ally of the Koch brothers and critic of the Paris climate agreement, to replace Rex Tillerson as foreign affairs chief Mike Pompeo (left) and Rex Tillerson (Photos: Gage Skidmore and Deposit Photos) President Donald Trump nominated Mike Pompeo as US secretary of state on Tuesday, to replace Rex Tillerson. […]

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  • Prominent Warmists, Skeptics Forge Common Ground at Energy Forum

    • Date: 13/03/18
    • James Taylor, Forbes

    The most fervent believers and skeptics of imminent and severe global warming danger demonstrated last week that common-ground energy policies exist that can unite warmists and skeptics, progressives and conservatives. As one of four speakers at an energy and climate forum last Monday in Tampa hosted by my organization, the Spark of Freedom Foundation, I […]

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  • Argentina, Brazil, India and Saudi Arabia Attempt To Delete Shipping’s Climate Targets

    • Date: 12/03/18
    • Splash 247 News

    A group of four big countries have set out to limit climate targets due to be discussed at the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) gathering next month. Climate Home News is reporting the group, which consists of Argentina, Brazil, India and Saudi Arabia, have sought to delete key parts of a draft global agreement […]

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  • California’s Utilities Have Stopped Deploying Renewable Energy

    • Date: 10/03/18
    • Quartz

    No new renewable capacity was procured in California last year and there are no plans to contract more. California’s solar sector has been on fire. But after a building sprint that saw its share of solar rise from 0.5% of generation in 2010 to 10% last year, the state may be taking a break following two […]

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  • Paris Deal Advocates Vacating White House

    • Date: 07/03/18
    • E&E News

    The globalists are on their way out of the White House, further diminishing the voices close to President Trump that say humans are warming the planet. Departures of key personnel have left an energy and environment policy vacuum that many within the White House expect to be filled by nationalist advisers. More exits are likely […]

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  • It’s All Over: Germany’s ‘Mr. Energiewende’ Resigns, Criticises New Coalition

    • Date: 05/03/18
    • Clean Energy Wire

    Energy state secretary quits, criticising new government’s energy and climate plans Energy state secretary Rainer Baake has quit after four years in charge of Germany’s flagship Energiewende policy at the Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi). Baake, a Green Party politician whose appointment by then economy minister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) came as a surprise at the […]

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