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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

  • Is Shale Exploration About To Surge?

    Published 27 March 2021 | viewed 8,973 times

    The United States shale industry’s era of “newfound prudence” could be coming to an end. After a devastating 2020 for U.S. oil, the mood in…

  • China Emerges As The Leader In The Clean Energy Boom

    Published 25 March 2021 | viewed 2,620 times

    The trade war with China isn’t over yet. While the Trump administration is now a thing of the past, tensions between the United States and…

  • India Looks To Lure Energy Investors Away From China

    Published 23 March 2021 | viewed 3,172 times

    India is trying hard to woo foreign investors as the nation tries to rebuild from its worst economic contraction on record. Hit particularly hard by…

  • Will Clean Energy Kickstart A New Resource War?

    Published 21 March 2021 | viewed 8,757 times

    Before a United States-owned oil well drilled into what no one yet knew was the largest single source of petroleum on the planet on March…

  • Australia Is Jumping On The Green Hydrogen Bandwagon

    Published 20 March 2021 | viewed 24,300 times

    It’s not news that COVID-19 wreaked havoc on energy markets across the world throughout 2020. But just to recap, it was a real doozy; total…

  • U.S. Consumers Will Pay The Bill For Higher Crude Prices

    Published 17 March 2021 | viewed 4,323 times

    Oil producers around the world are sticking to their guns and keeping oil production capped even as oil prices continue to rise. Historically, the highly…

  • South Africa Hopes To Become The Next Big Shale Success Story

    Published 15 March 2021 | viewed 7,098 times

    It’s been nearly a decade since South Africa lifted a freeze on shale gas exploration, but the resource-rich nation’s potential ensuing shale revolution never quite…

  • Biden’s Energy Secretary To Oil Industry: Adapt Or Die

    Published 08 March 2021 | viewed 199,978 times

    “I’m not going to sugarcoat how hard transitions are,” new United States Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm stated on Wednesday. Her comment, made during IHS Markit’s…

  • Launching The World’s Largest Carbon Credit System

    Published 06 March 2021 | viewed 13,650 times

    Late last year, in a shockingly ambitious pledge, Chinese president Xi Jinping announced that his country would reach peak domestic greenhouse gas emissions by the…

  • Is A Deregulated Power Grid Good For Texans?

    Published 28 February 2021 | viewed 6,770 times

    Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, you’ve most likely been inundated with all kinds of new stories and finger-pointing…

  • Tesla's Stock Drop Is All Thanks To Musk's Big Bitcoin Bet

    Published 24 February 2021 | viewed 16,630 times

    After a meteoric rise of more than 700% in 2020, Tesla’s stock value has taken a dive and the company has suddenly entered a bear…

  • China’s Shale Boom Was Over Before It Began

    Published 23 February 2021 | viewed 11,728 times

    China is caught up in a very delicate balance. Beijing is being forced to walk a very fine line to keep up with growing energy…

  • Why Is Mexico Returning To Coal?

    Published 23 February 2021 | viewed 31,773 times

    As the world transitions away from fossil fuels and weans itself off emissions-heavy energy sources, one country is running against the current and right back…

  • Can This Man-Made “8th Continent” Help Clean Up The Ocean?

    Published 21 February 2021 | viewed 5,685 times

    Spanning the nearly unthinkably vast expanse of the Pacific ocean, all across the 5,355 miles of ocean between the West Coast of the United States…

  • Even Bill Gates Is Struggling To Go Completely Green

    Published 21 February 2021 | viewed 13,386 times

    We’ve all heard about campaigns urging institutions, wealthy individuals, and world leaders to divest from fossil fuels. On the surface, it makes a lot of…

  • Can Oil And Electric Vehicles Coexist In Modern Markets?

    Published 20 February 2021 | viewed 4,829 times

    Although the novel coronavirus has wreaked havoc on many sectors of the global economy, leaving double the people unemployed in the United States as compared…

  • Can China Shake Its Dangerous Addiction To Oil?

    Published 14 February 2021 | viewed 6,026 times

    In order to avoid the worst effects of global warming, the world will have to make drastic changes this decade. In a damning report released…

  • Does Biden Know What’s Best For Texas?

    Published 13 February 2021 | viewed 8,155 times

    “Unfortunately, our economic bedrock of oil and gas is under attack by an administration that is bent on eliminating millions of jobs,” Republican Congressman Brian…

  • Can The Steel Industry Survive Without Coal?

    Published 09 February 2021 | viewed 14,917 times

    The world is moving steadily away from coal. The emissions-heavy fossil fuel is public enemy number one in many, if not most, clean energy and…

  • Will Reddit Fuel A Green Energy Stock Boom?

    Published 07 February 2021 | viewed 19,077 times

    If you’ve been paying any attention to the deliciously dramatic market-manipulating Robin Hood fantasy (the real one, not the app one) playing out under the…

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