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Exxon Punished By Wall Street For Spending Strategy

Exxon Punished By Wall Street For Spending Strategy

ExxonMobil has unveiled its medium-term…

Is Norway’s Oil & Gas Selloff A Mistake?

Is Norway’s Oil & Gas Selloff A Mistake?

The decision of Norway’s sovereign…

Energy / Energy-General

Forget Peak Oil, Worry About Financial Limits

Forget Peak Oil, Worry About Financial Limits

Apr 01, 2013 at 17:51 | Gail Tverberg

Resource limits are invisible, so most people don’t realize that we could possibly be approaching them. In fact, my analysis indicates resource limits are really financial limits, and in fact,…

Energyland: Rise of the Guardians

Energyland: Rise of the Guardians

Apr 01, 2013 at 17:41 | Matt Smith

So I wanted to write an Easter-related post and my mind immediately hopped straight to ‘Rise of the Guardians‘  - my most recent encounter of the Easter Bunny (via…

BRIC’s Rising Energy Superpower – Brazil

BRIC’s Rising Energy Superpower – Brazil

Mar 30, 2013 at 13:13 | John Daly

The BRIC (Brazil, the Russian Federation, India and China) is an interesting political and economic conglomeration. Currently, only the Russian Federation is a major oil exporter, while the ongoing prosperity…

Total Dumps Canadian Oil Sands Project for $1.65bn Loss

Total Dumps Canadian Oil Sands Project for $1.65bn Loss

Mar 30, 2013 at 12:59 | Jen Alic

France’s Total SA (NYSE: TOT) will sell its 49% stake in its Canadian oil sands project to Suncor Energy Inc. for $500 million, netting the French oil giant a $1.65…

Oilprice.com Intelligence Report: The IMF vs. Energy Subsidies

Oilprice.com Intelligence Report: The IMF vs. Energy Subsidies

Mar 30, 2013 at 12:42 | James Stafford

The IMF jumps into the climate change debate with a headline-grabbing carbon tax proposal; Dr John Abrahams talks to us about climate change realities; the idea of the self-driving car…

Turkey Takes Advantage of Cyprus Desperation

Turkey Takes Advantage of Cyprus Desperation

Mar 27, 2013 at 18:18 | Editorial Dept

As the geopolitical game over Mediterranean hydrocarbons heats up, Turkey has suspended energy deals with Italy’s Eni over the company’s involvement in oil and gas exploration offshore Cyprus.

More Scientific Evidence Linking Fracking and Earthquakes

More Scientific Evidence Linking Fracking and Earthquakes

Mar 27, 2013 at 18:10 | John Daly

As the practice of hydraulic fracturing to produce natural gas continues to spread not only in the U.S. but worldwide, the scientific community has increasingly focused on the environmental consequences…

Keystone XL – Why Protestors Should be Focusing on a Much Bigger Issue

Keystone XL – Why Protestors Should be Focusing on a Much Bigger Issue

Mar 27, 2013 at 18:05 | Robert Rapier

I started to go with “Fiddling While Rome Burns” in the title, but I know many people who would take great exception to the notion that the Keystone XL protesters…

Increasing the Efficiency of Long Distance Power Transmission

Increasing the Efficiency of Long Distance Power Transmission

Mar 27, 2013 at 17:53 | Green Futures

A new circuit breaker design for high-voltage direct current means supergrids connecting resources on a global scale will be more efficient and reliable.Supergrids connecting electricity networks and renewable…

Why Have US Carbon Emissions Declined so Much?

Why Have US Carbon Emissions Declined so Much?

Mar 27, 2013 at 17:40 | James Hamilton

Emissions of carbon dioxide from fossil fuel consumption in the United States have fallen remarkably since 2008, with recent levels the lowest since 1995. Here I comment on some of…

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