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Felicity Bradstock

Contributor since: 27 Apr 2018

Felicity Bradstock

Felicity Bradstock is a freelance writer specialising in Energy and Finance. She has a Master’s in International Development from the University of Birmingham, UK.

Latest articles from Felicity

  • Renewables And Roller Coasters: How To Recycle An Oil Well

    Published 24 October 2021 | viewed 3,468 times

    With offshore oil rigs falling into disuse as the oilfield dries up and new developments pop up elsewhere, oil companies are left with a giant…

  • Mexico’s Government Is Suffocating Its Energy Sector

    Published 22 October 2021 | viewed 3,759 times

    Mexico, once a major oil producer, is facing mounting challenges as President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) makes it increasingly difficult for private companies to…

  • Canada’s Oil Industry Is Facing Resistance On All Fronts

    Published 21 October 2021 | viewed 9,008 times

    According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), Canadian oil is set to decline within the next decade. That has not stopped funding from flooring into…

  • Building The World’s Largest Wind Turbine

    Published 21 October 2021 | viewed 6,441 times

    Wind energy is going from strength to strength as onshore and offshore innovations are becoming more commonplace with Europe and other major world powers betting…

  • Why The World Still Isn’t Ready For An EV Revolution

    Published 17 October 2021 | viewed 7,865 times

    In the face of energy shortages and rising fuel prices, people are still reluctant to make the shift to electric vehicles (EV). So, what needs…

  • Australia Is Making The Most Out Of The Coal Boom

    Published 14 October 2021 | viewed 4,429 times

    Australia continues to back its coal industry as many Western nations have turned their back on the dirtiest fossil fuel, approving its third coal mine…

  • The New ‘Energy Islands’ Of The North Sea

    Published 14 October 2021 | viewed 2,963 times

    Plans for the construction of renewable energy islands to be located in the North Sea appear to be moving forward, with the UK’s National Grid…

  • Lebanon’s Fuel Crisis Could Spark Civil War

    Published 12 October 2021 | viewed 3,029 times

    Lebanon’s fuel crisis has worsened over the last week as the country experienced a 24-hour blackout over the weekend, following years of instability in the…

  • Is Europe Doing Enough To Realize Its Long-Term Energy Goals?

    Published 09 October 2021 | viewed 856 times

    As we transition to renewables, hoping to leave oil and gas in the background, will it be possible to generate enough power when we’re already…

  • Saudi Arabia Eyes Oil Market Dominance As Prices Bounce Back

    Published 07 October 2021 | viewed 4,628 times

    After a difficult year during Covid, Saudi Arabia and its oil and gas industry are finally rebounding as global oil demand recovers. Oil revenue in…

  • Who Should Pay To Plug Abandoned Oil Wells?

    Published 07 October 2021 | viewed 3,843 times

    Who should be responsible for plugging abandoned oil and gas wells, Big Oil, or the government and taxpayers? That’s the question being raised as the…

  • Nuclear Energy Could Bridge The Energy Transition Gap

    Published 06 October 2021 | viewed 2,984 times

    Small scale nuclear companies are picking up pace, following the example of bigger nuclear firms looking for their place in future of renewables, as nuclear…

  • America’s Oil Capital Is Diving Into The Crypto Space

    Published 03 October 2021 | viewed 7,617 times

    Oil and gas firms have been using blockchain technology and working with digital start-ups to modernise and improve efficiency across operations at an increasing rate.…

  • Is This The Most Balanced Oil Major?

    Published 03 October 2021 | viewed 6,590 times

    Equinor has its hand in all the pies as it boosts gas exports ahead of the European gas crisis, while its investments in oil and…

  • Can Rolls Royce Spark An Electric Plane Revolution?

    Published 29 September 2021 | viewed 3,025 times

    Rolls Royce made headlines this month for completing the first flight of its electric plane in the U.K. But will this be the first of…

  • Is China Really Turning Its Back On Coal?

    Published 29 September 2021 | viewed 2,410 times

    We are seeing a turnaround in China’s energy strategy as the country finally pledges to end the construction of new coal plants overseas, having strongly…

  • The Tech Billionaires Taking On Climate Change

    Published 27 September 2021 | viewed 1,710 times

    In recent years we’ve seen several tech billionaires back environmentally friendly innovations in a bid to tackle climate change, but will these famous innovators really…

  • Could Oil Pipelines Solve America’s Water Crisis?

    Published 25 September 2021 | viewed 14,183 times

    Big oil could help tackle the water shortage in the western United States by repurposing existing infrastructure to help transport clean water to the areas…

  • Nigeria Doubles Down On Oil After Years Of Trouble

    Published 24 September 2021 | viewed 3,167 times

    After months of stalling because of Covid restrictions and OPEC cuts, as well as significant international criticism over misplaced funds, Nigeria appears to be optimistic…

  • Hydrogen Fueled Cars Are Making A Comeback

    Published 23 September 2021 | viewed 5,175 times

    The race is on for car manufacturers to bring out their own range on electric vehicles (EV). But what if the new kid on the…

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