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War Over Privatizing Transneft Pipeline Monopoly Roils Russian Government

Jul 25, 2011 at 11:04

Ever since the December 1991 piece to implosion of the USSR, Western investors have hungrily eyed the post-Soviet space as a prime ground for plunder. Two decades later, Western investors…

World’s Largest Tidal Farm to be Launched in Scotland

Jul 25, 2011 at 11:00

Ten underwater turbines will generate 30GW a year from the seafloor in the Sound of Islay, following government approval. A £40 million tidal array harnessing electricity from one of the…

Mongolia: Ulaanbaatar Subjected to Moscow’s Energy Arm Twisting

Jul 25, 2011 at 10:58

A shortage of Russian-supplied fuel is underscoring Mongolia’s dependency on its giant neighbor. Some experts and officials in Ulaanbaatar are now sounding like European Union leaders in Brussels in publicly…

Crude Oil Analysis for the Week of July 25, 2011

Jul 24, 2011 at 11:28

September Crude Oil futures finished the week at a six-week high, slightly below the psychological $100 level. The late session rally on Friday was driven by demand for crude oil…

Australia's Ongoing Coal Boom Could Provide a Safe Haven for Investors

Jan 16, 2012 at 21:41

Investors spooked by three years of global recession have nervously scanned the globe for failsafe, sure-fire places to park their surplus capital. The rise of the non-Organization for Economic Cooperation…

China’s Ongoing Territorial Disputes

Jul 22, 2011 at 07:53

While the West is pummeled by China’s rising economy, neighbors fear possible Beijing territorial claims. The dazzling rise of the Chinese economy over the last decade has been the 21st…

How Long Will Natural Gas Prices Stay Low?

Jul 22, 2011 at 07:49

The natural gas market’s underperformance in the investment world hampers its current role as (at least an investment) alternative to crude oil, effectively making the abundant fuel take a backseat.…

Will Less Oil Lead to Lower Standards of Living?

Jul 22, 2011 at 07:45

The amount of oil that is extracted from the ground each year has been close to flat since 2005, regardless of what has happened to price. Since world population has…

Our Oil Future may not be as Bleak as it Seems

Jul 22, 2011 at 07:38

The wide-ranging Al Fin hit upon a graph that will stun the peak oil believers.  You’ll want to save this.  The flip side is it comes from the International Energy…

Mining and Better Business Practices in Mexico

Jul 22, 2011 at 07:37

At the moment México has multiple mining operations and many are operated by transnational corporations, in a country known for its aversion to any form of foreign presence within its…

Crude Oil Futures Approach Two Week High

Jul 21, 2011 at 09:57

Crude oil futures erased losses on Thursday, re-approaching a two-week high as optimism European leaders would reach an agreement to solve the region’s debt crisis boosted demand for riskier assets.…

Uzbekistan's Untapped Solar Energy Riches

Jul 21, 2011 at 08:17

The 17th century English philosopher, Francis Bacon, once observed that, "knowledge is power." So, here’s some power knowledge that the West has overlooked, but may well contain critical information for…

Why Less Energy Consumption Can be a Good Thing

Jul 21, 2011 at 08:06

I now make it a staple of my public talks on energy to ask who in the audience has been to Europe. Usually many hands rise. I then explain that…

The Energy at the Earth’s Core

Jul 21, 2011 at 08:04

What spreads the sea floors and moves the continents? What melts iron in the outer core and enables the Earth’s magnetic field? Heat. Geologists have used temperature measurements from more…

America: Why Aren’t You Protesting?

Jul 21, 2011 at 08:01

As noted by Richard Heinberg on June 22nd, 2011, the media has lacked the ability to connect the economic situations in the Middle East and their uprisings to what is…

China Slowing But Growth Remains Robust

Jul 21, 2011 at 07:58

The latest set of data and various reports confirm that metals demand is strong and growing in China. Even as Beijing escalated efforts to close less energy-efficient and smaller smelting…

Energy and Politics - The Love-Hate Relationship between Russia and Ukraine

Jul 20, 2011 at 08:01

Russia and Ukraine resemble nothing so much as Siamese twins that have grown up, now detest each other, but share organs difficult, if not impossible, to separate. The two…

PEMEX and the long road to privatization

Jul 20, 2011 at 07:29

Petroleos Mexicanos (PEMEX) is the state-owned oil company (and natural gas) of México, which since the 90’s has been discussed for privatization like many other state-owned companies in México. The…

Environmentalists vs Oilmen: The Battle for Canada’s Oil Sands

Jul 20, 2011 at 07:28

The climate problem has moved from the abstract to the very real in the last 18 months.  Instead of charts and graphs about what will happen someday, we’ve got real-time…

Shipping Industry to be Regulated for Energy Efficiency and Carbon Emissions

Jul 20, 2011 at 07:25

The United Nations approves new rules that mandate energy efficiency and carbon emissions improvements for the shipping industry. Roughly 50,000 ships carry 90 percent of the worlds trade cargo every…

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