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What Does Brexit Mean For UK Oil & Gas?

What Does Brexit Mean For UK Oil & Gas?

While Brexit is unlikely to…

Oil Jumps on Trade Hopes and Tanker Attack

Oil Jumps on Trade Hopes and Tanker Attack

Oil prices rose on Friday…

Energy / Energy-General

Why Electric Cars are Really Coal Cars

Why Electric Cars are Really Coal Cars

Apr 05, 2011 at 05:58 | Professor Chris Rhodes

I saw a wonderful play at the Royal Court Theatre in London recently: "The Heretic" by Richard Bean. In a nutshell, the plot centres on a female academic, Dr Diane…

Nuclear Power Companies Buying up Wind and Solar Assets

Nuclear Power Companies Buying up Wind and Solar Assets

Apr 05, 2011 at 05:56 | Jess McCabe

Nuclear power companies could hasten acquisitions in the renewables sector in response to the Fukushima disaster, says consultancy PwC. UK and French nuclear power and engineering firms have been buying…

Carbon Markets Remain Vulnerable to Further Geopolitical Issues

Carbon Markets Remain Vulnerable to Further Geopolitical Issues

Apr 04, 2011 at 01:41 | Christopher Cundy

Carbon markets have settled this week, but remain vulnerable to further political shocks from Germany’s nuclear policy and attempts at revolution in several Arab countries. EU allowances (EUAs) for December…

Maintaining High Farm Productivity Whilst Reducing Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Maintaining High Farm Productivity Whilst Reducing Dependence on Fossil Fuels

Apr 04, 2011 at 01:39 | The Oil Drum

Conventional production agriculture relies heavily on fossil fuels, particularly in its ability to provide high yields at low labor costs. However, the uncertain future of fossil fuel availability and prices…

Obama Calls for Energy Independence and Lower Oil Imports

Obama Calls for Energy Independence and Lower Oil Imports

Apr 01, 2011 at 04:41 | RFE/RL staff

U.S. President Barack Obama has set out an ambitious goal of cutting U.S. reliance on foreign oil by one-third by the year 2025. In a speech in Washington focused…

The Unites States Possesses the Largest Energy Resources on Earth

The Unites States Possesses the Largest Energy Resources on Earth

Mar 29, 2011 at 04:27 | Al Fin

A new report from the Congressional Research Service points out that in terms of total hydrocarbon resource, the US possesses the largest inventory of any nation on Earth. But under…

BP's Arctic Oil Exploration Deal Dealt a Blow

BP's Arctic Oil Exploration Deal Dealt a Blow

Mar 28, 2011 at 03:10 | Gregory Feifer

A Swedish arbitration panel has dealt the BP energy company a setback by blocking a major deal with Russia's Rosneft to explore oil reserves in the Arctic. BP signed the…

Russia's Image as Energy Superpower Benefitting from Middle East Crisis

Russia's Image as Energy Superpower Benefitting from Middle East Crisis

Mar 24, 2011 at 14:44 | Gregory Feifer

With U.S.-led fighter jets pounding military assets in oil-rich Libya, and Japan still struggling to contain radiation at its stricken Fukushima nuclear plant, concerns are rising around the world about…

Global Cost of Piracy is now $12 Billion Per Year: Oil Industry No.1 Target

Global Cost of Piracy is now $12 Billion Per Year: Oil Industry No.1 Target

Mar 23, 2011 at 06:30 | Business Insider

Hollywood pirates such as Jack Sparrow and Blackbeard are glorified characters among uncivilized peers, stealing from the rich and acquiring bounties of gold. While the adventures of these 19th century…

Move Aside Ethanol - Compressed Natural Gas is a Better Gasoline Replacement

Move Aside Ethanol - Compressed Natural Gas is a Better Gasoline Replacement

Mar 18, 2011 at 11:08 | Ed Dolan

Ethanol is finally getting the bad press (1) (2) it richly deserves. Cracks are even beginning to appear in its once-solid support on Capitol Hill. In April, the…

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