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Ky Krauthamer

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Contributor since: 12 May 2014

Ky Krauthamer

Ky Krauthamer is an editor and news writer at Prague-based Transitions Online, a magazine of politics and current affairs in Eastern Europe and Eurasia.

Latest articles from Ky

  • Estonia Pioneers the Next Big Thing in Oil

    Published 28 June 2014 | viewed 6,060 times

    Oil shale is a rock made up largely of ancient algae; you can burn it to release energy, or process it to produce diesel fuel.…

  • Solar Wars: China Loses a Battle

    Published 19 June 2014 | viewed 9,401 times

    The world’s biggest maker of solar panels wants to make sure investors think “soccer,” not “subsidies,” when they see the name “Yingli Solar.” That’s why…

  • Roekke Rocks Norway’s Genteel Oil Establishment

    Published 14 June 2014 | viewed 3,842 times

    For decades, Norwegian oil and gas producers have gone about their business with little interference from politicians, who were happy to see the country grow…

  • China to Car Buyers: Electric Or Bust

    Published 05 June 2014 | viewed 7,302 times

    Five years ago, China raised the ante in the clean-car game when it announced production increases of hybrid and all-electric vehicles and a goal of…

  • Are We At The Dawn Of The Zero Energy City?

    Published 29 May 2014 | viewed 11,476 times

    Consumers may dream of their electricity bill shrinking to zero, climate campaigners of zero carbon emissions, and utilities of zero risk of an unforeseen catastrophe…

  • China’s Oil Giant At Center Of Corruption Probe

    Published 22 May 2014 | viewed 15,111 times

    Grins were on the faces of China National Petroleum executives this week as they celebrated a blockbuster 30-year deal for Russian gas. It was a…

  • Synthetic Gas: False Friend For China’s Clean Air Drive?

    Published 20 May 2014 | viewed 7,153 times

    Beijing’s city hall recently ordered 300 industrial polluters to relocate outside the city by October as part of a campaign to clean up its notoriously…

  • Vacation At ‘The Door To Hell,’ Enjoy View To Burning Gas Crater!

    Published 15 May 2014 | viewed 27,386 times

    The cosmopolitan delights of Azerbaijan’s boomtown capital Baku are well known to international oil industry types, so it’s not surprising that the authoritarian country is…

  • Ukraine Crisis Feeding Poland’s Coal Hunger

    Published 12 May 2014 | viewed 7,483 times

    Poland is the largest European Union member state bordering Russia and, under its current center-right government, has been point man for a group of countries…

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