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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

  • An Extremely Low-Tech Solution To Our Energy Storage Problem

    Published 08 September 2021 | viewed 7,145 times

    In the past decade, renewable energies have advanced leaps and bounds and dramatically dropped in price. Wind and solar have become scalable, tradable as commodities,…

  • Energy Markets Bet Against Nuclear As Election Nears In Japan

    Published 08 September 2021 | viewed 1,194 times

    Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga shocked the world on Friday when he announced that he will be stepping down and declining to seek re-election after…

  • Is The World Investing Enough In Nuclear Fusion Research?

    Published 07 September 2021 | viewed 1,966 times

    The old cliched joke in newsrooms used to be: “Nuclear fusion is 30 years away...and always will be.” While that cheeky adage has continued to…

  • India Is Running Out Of Coal

    Published 06 September 2021 | viewed 7,636 times

    Just a few weeks ago Oilprice reported that India is nowhere near ready to kick fossil fuels. As the country’s population continues to grow and…

  • Who's To Blame For High Gas Prices?

    Published 05 September 2021 | viewed 3,692 times

    Earlier this year, as oil prices recovered from their pandemic lows and oil-producing companies miraculously stuck to their pledged production cuts, headlines were flooded with…

  • A New Geopolitical Conflict Is Looming Over The Arctic

    Published 02 September 2021 | viewed 2,509 times

    The Arctic has been the source of geopolitical conflict and territorial disputes for centuries. From walrus ivory and seal skins starting in the middle ages…

  • China’s Refinery Crackdown Leaves Oil Tankers With Nowhere To Go

    Published 30 August 2021 | viewed 21,570 times

    China is cracking down on its private-sector oil refiners in a bid to close tax loopholes and mitigate pollution. Approximately a quarter of the nation’s…

  • Which Countries Are Still Selling Coal To China?

    Published 30 August 2021 | viewed 6,752 times

    Back in April, in the midst of a contentious trade spat and unofficial coal embargo between China and Australia, Oilprice speculated that the winner of…

  • Can The U.S. Keep Its Wind Energy Boom Alive?

    Published 30 August 2021 | viewed 2,711 times

    Wind energy holds enormous potential to generate carbon-free electricity around the world, and the energy industry finally seems to be catching on. Last year the…

  • Are Semiconductors The New Oil?

    Published 28 August 2021 | viewed 4,951 times

    Before the United States’ shale revolution, the terms of the world’s geopolitical structure were almost entirely dictated by oil production in the Middle East. The…

  • Why Nuclear Fusion Is Still The Holy Grail Of Clean Energy

    Published 24 August 2021 | viewed 3,686 times

    Just 100 years ago, when English mathematician and astronomer Arthur Eddington suggested that the stars power themselves through a process of merging atoms to create…

  • India Won’t Be Giving Up On Fossil Fuels Any Time Soon

    Published 24 August 2021 | viewed 3,569 times

    India’s population is projected to grow to 1.52 billion people by 2036, expectedly surpassing China to be the world’s most populous country around 2031. Despite…

  • Russia Has Big Plans For Arctic Oil

    Published 21 August 2021 | viewed 8,150 times

    Russia seems intent on selling the world’s very last barrel of oil. As other energy superpowers and petro-states around the world scramble to diversify their…

  • Big Oil’s Carbon Capture Push Is All Talk And No Substance

    Published 17 August 2021 | viewed 2,855 times

    Big Oil has cleaved into two factions. On the Eastern side of the Atlantic, supermajor oil companies in Europe have majorly divested from oil and…

  • The Black Sea Oil Spill Is Worse Than Originally Thought

    Published 16 August 2021 | viewed 3,618 times

    Last weekend, a Greek-flagged oil tanker leaked oil into the Black Sea off the coast of Russia. Initially, officials reported that the spill was much…

  • China Is Preparing For Life After Fossil Fuels

    Published 15 August 2021 | viewed 18,413 times

    The green energy revolution is redrawing the lines of the global geopolitical map and China is fighting to come out on top. While other energy…

  • Why Are Environmentalists Angry About Biden’s Infrastructure Bill?

    Published 12 August 2021 | viewed 4,522 times

    This week the United Nations and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the world’s leading authority on global warming, released a devastating report summing…

  • How Tesla Is Overcoming The Global Chip Shortage

    Published 11 August 2021 | viewed 3,463 times

    A global chip shortage is continuing to wreak havoc up and down supply chains in a diverse array of industries across the world. As unprecedented…

  • Controlling The Weather Could Have Serious Global Implications

    Published 28 July 2021 | viewed 2,399 times

    As the world gets warmer, regions around the world are experiencing sweltering heat waves and setting records for high temperatures almost every passing year. This…

  • Renewables Will Play A Vital Role In Energy Security For The U.S.

    Published 28 July 2021 | viewed 1,276 times

    The United States’ energy independence is under threat. For years, the gush of cheap and abundant shale oil and gas out of the West Texas…

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