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Russia Staking it’s Claim on Arctic energy

Russia Staking it’s Claim on Arctic energy

May 10, 2010 at 09:02

When Vladimir Putin calls for international dialogue and personally attends the resulting conference, you know Russia means business. Whether the intention is that the international cards are dealt fairly…

The Political Cost of Military Bases in Post-Soviet Space

The Political Cost of Military Bases in Post-Soviet Space

May 09, 2010 at 10:45

Governments with foreign military bases tend to shy away from publicity about their colonial outposts, and recent events in the post-Soviet space shine an unwelcome spotlight on US and Russian…

Renewables Sector Crosses the Line with Ludicrous Claims

Renewables Sector Crosses the Line with Ludicrous Claims

May 09, 2010 at 10:01

Forget about corruption and cover-up scandals in the energy industry. Europe’s renewable sector is specializing in perjury. They have begun claiming that all of Europe’s fossil fuel needs can be…

Volcanic Eruptions: Is Nature Set to Crush Global Warming?

Volcanic Eruptions: Is Nature Set to Crush Global Warming?

May 08, 2010 at 16:53

The global warming enthusiasts are convinced that as humans inject more and more carbon dioxide into the air we will warm the atmosphere beyond recognition. But nature may be set…

China Set to Supply Pakistan with Two New Nuclear Reactors

China Set to Supply Pakistan with Two New Nuclear Reactors

May 08, 2010 at 09:00

As the UN’s Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference is underway in New York, reports that China is set to allow its state entities to supply two new nuclear reactors…

US Climate Bill Plunged Into Chaos

US Climate Bill Plunged Into Chaos

May 08, 2010 at 08:53

Shocked at the stunning turn of events that led to the collapse of a tri-partisan effort to produce an energy and climate proposal in the US Senate, many carbon market…

China Relying on Natural Gas to Support Development

China Relying on Natural Gas to Support Development

May 07, 2010 at 20:37

Today, few countries are as honest about their energy present and future as China. While American pundits and politicians have been praising China’s solar and wind forays, Han Xiaoping, an…

Crude Oil Plunges as Turbulence Rocks Financial Markets

Crude Oil Plunges as Turbulence Rocks Financial Markets

May 07, 2010 at 16:35

Oil Market Summary for: 03/05/2010 to 07/05/2010 In a week of market turmoil resulting from Greece’s fiscal crisis, oil went from an intraday high above $87 on Monday – its…

Somali Pirates Continue to Plague the Horn of Africa

Somali Pirates Continue to Plague the Horn of Africa

May 07, 2010 at 14:02

The Horn of Africa has become a hotbed of piracy due to outdated maritime laws, the lack of a Somali government and gut-wrenching poverty. Where there is a sea, there…

Follow the Platinum-Brick Road

Follow the Platinum-Brick Road

May 07, 2010 at 12:07

Exciting couple of days on the market. With the Dow having its worst intra-day drop ever yesterday, most of the commodities got trashed. Over May 4 and 5, outstanding silver…

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