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Citigroup's Overly Optimistic Energy Projection for 2020

Citigroup's Overly Optimistic Energy Projection for 2020

Mar 29, 2012 at 18:52 | Dave Summers

Gasoline prices remain high, and Reuters recently noted that there are enough countries with civil unrest, technical problems and bad weather that there are around a million barrels a day…

Turkey's Attempts to Quell PKK Insurgency has Energy Implications

Turkey's Attempts to Quell PKK Insurgency has Energy Implications

Mar 29, 2012 at 18:21 | John Daly

Turkey has adopted a new strategy in its bid to solve its Kurdish “issue.” Ankara’s outreach initiative has enormous energy implications, as Turkey currently imports 90 percent of its…

Geopolitics Informs Gaza's Energy Crisis

Geopolitics Informs Gaza's Energy Crisis

Mar 26, 2012 at 17:28 | Jen Alic

The acute energy crisis that has consumed Gaza is a symptom of realities that have forced Hamas to recalculate its alliances after hedging its bets that a post-Mubarak Egypt would…

Patience Needed in Post-Fukushima Japan

Patience Needed in Post-Fukushima Japan

Mar 26, 2012 at 17:20 | Daniel J. Graeber

One year after the 9-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami, Japan may still face a nuclear energy crisis. The country was already forced to take on more fossil fuels to offset…

Trouble on the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Front

Trouble on the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Front

Mar 22, 2012 at 18:44 | Jen Alic

Pakistan may be seem to be getting political about the Iran-Pakistan (IP) Pipeline, which the US is working hard, if not deviously, to thwart, but the truth of the matter…

Russia to Get Oil Railways

Russia to Get Oil Railways

Mar 22, 2012 at 18:36 | John Daly

The Russian Federation’s development of a free market, capitalist economy since the unexpected collapse of the Soviet Union in December 1991 can most charitably be described as ‘fitful.” While…

No Policy in U.S. Energy Policy Debate

No Policy in U.S. Energy Policy Debate

Mar 22, 2012 at 18:23 | Daniel J. Graeber

U.S. President Barack Obama visited a plant in Cushing, Okla., that is slated to build the southern domestic leg of the longer Keystone XL oil pipeline. The project has become…

Green Movement Shows its Age

Green Movement Shows its Age

Mar 21, 2012 at 17:47 | Daniel J. Graeber

Those taking part in a survey published this month found so-called Millennials are less concerned about the environment than previous generations. To a certain degree, so-called flower-power during the 1960s…

Australian Industry on Offensive against Imminent Carbon Tax

Australian Industry on Offensive against Imminent Carbon Tax

Mar 21, 2012 at 13:53 | John Daly

Australia’s carbon tax of $23 a ton, due to be implemented beginning on 1 July, has been deeply unpopular with Australian industrialists since it was first proposed, who argue that…

Gulf of Guinea Piracy Increases Amid Unrest and Rising Oil Prices

Gulf of Guinea Piracy Increases Amid Unrest and Rising Oil Prices

Mar 20, 2012 at 18:10 | Jen Alic

Gulf of Guinea piracy is set to become the next major concern for oil shipments as attacks, particularly on oil tankers, are on the rise, along with insurance premiums for…

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