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Haley Zaremba

Contributor since: 05 May 2017

Haley Zaremba

Haley Zaremba is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. She has extensive experience writing and editing environmental features, travel pieces, local news in the Bay Area, and music/culture reviews.

Latest articles from Haley

  • Why Is Venezuela Still Sending Subsidized Oil To Cuba?

    Published 17 July 2018 | viewed 32,193 times

    In the past, oil has accounted for 96 percent of Venezuela's exports and over 40 percent of government revenues. Now, as the nation’s economy continues…

  • U.S. Poised To Ease Biofuel Quotas

    Published 16 July 2018 | viewed 19,655 times

    Just as scientists are making leaps and bounds in the technology behind biofuel production, opening the way for cheaper and more efficient clean fuel sources,…

  • Asia Is Leading The Renewable Energy Race

    Published 09 July 2018 | viewed 22,955 times

    As the era of fossil fuels comes to a close, it’s time to start seriously considering an all-electric future, as well as all of the…

  • Can U.S. Shale And OPEC Find Common Ground?

    Published 15 June 2018 | viewed 4,941 times

    As OPEC’s June 22 summit rapidly approaches, everything hangs in the balance for the organization’s precarious (to say the least) relationship with United States shale…

  • Could China Save The U.S. Coal Industry?

    Published 04 June 2018 | viewed 18,982 times

    China may soon be buying a lot more coal from the United States as part of a larger plan to narrow its trade deficit with…

  • U.S. Oil Companies Look To Skirt Biofuel Quotas

    Published 30 May 2018 | viewed 11,434 times

    Continuing a national trend, the United States’ second-largest oil refining company has recently requested a biofuel hardship waiver from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The…

  • The One Nation Returning To Coal

    Published 07 May 2018 | viewed 30,245 times

    As the developed world moves farther and farther away from coal-fired energy, one major economy is breaking the trend. Japan, in a move that few…

  • The New Alaskan Oil Rush

    Published 22 April 2018 | viewed 41,484 times

    ConocoPhillips is coming off of an incredible exploration season, reportedly the best they’ve had in over a decade, and they have Alaskan oil to thank…

  • Mexico’s Oil Crisis: Pirates, Cartels, And Corruption

    Published 19 April 2018 | viewed 27,786 times

    Mexican oil is hemorrhaging money thanks to gasoline-guzzling cartels, seafaring pirates, and widespread collusion within their own ranks. While this is nothing new for the…

  • BP Teams Up With Tesla In Energy Storage Project

    Published 17 April 2018 | viewed 16,181 times

    One of the world’s biggest oil industry supermajors has teamed up with the global leader in electric cars in a new business venture and pilot…

  • U.S. Sees Wave Of New Cyber Attacks On Energy Infrastructure

    Published 11 April 2018 | viewed 19,822 times

    In the past few weeks at least seven natural gas pipeline operators were the victims of hackers that targeted third-party communications system Latitude Technologies, causing…

  • Tanzania’s $344M Natural Gas Plant Is A Game Changer

    Published 07 April 2018 | viewed 28,433 times

    This week Tanzania opened a brand new $344 million, 167.82-megawatt natural gas power plant outside of the nation's commercial capital, Dar es Salaam, marking a…

  • Can Israel Compete In The Natural Gas Race?

    Published 27 March 2018 | viewed 18,149 times

    Israel is a nation that has built its economy on downstream industries, being traditionally bare of natural resources and primary materials. Now, thanks to offshore…

  • Old Fields Die Hard

    Published 09 March 2018 | viewed 7,951 times

    In an industry that is always full of contradictions, 2018 has been a particularly complicated and divisive year for the global oil markets--and it looks…

  • Is Nigeria Breaking Its Promise To OPEC?

    Published 19 February 2018 | viewed 17,820 times

    As OPEC allies push to restrict oil output in an international attempt to bolster crude prices, Nigerian producers are heading in the opposite direction, aspiring…

  • Blockchain Tech Is Transforming The Energy Industry

    Published 10 January 2018 | viewed 48,420 times

    Blockchain is more than just a buzzword. It truly has the potential to turn entire industries on their heads. In many ways, the energy sector…

  • This Tiny Moon Has More Oil & Gas Than Earth

    Published 02 December 2017 | viewed 58,494 times

    Imagine a place with hundreds of times more natural gases and other liquid hydrocarbons than all of the known oil and gas reserves on our…

  • Thanksgiving Travelers Smash Records

    Published 22 November 2017 | viewed 18,587 times

    As we all know from the personal experience of enduring long lines at the airport and inching along frosty highways in bumper-to-bumper holiday traffic, Thanksgiving…

  • Is U.S. Biofuel In Jeopardy?

    Published 08 November 2017 | viewed 23,046 times

    Last week, DuPont Industrial Biosciences announced that they shut down operations at an Iowa ethanol plant just two years after it opened. As the plant…

  • The Boy Genius Tackling Energy’s Toughest Problem

    Published 04 November 2017 | viewed 55,870 times

    In the past year or so an unorthodox think-tank called Helena has been quietly bringing together an eclectic cross-section of brilliant individuals (mostly bright-eyed millennials)…

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