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News and Policies, World

Oil-Rich Kazakhstan Begins The Long March Towards Renewables

October 18, 2019

Via: Forbes

The massive 20%-spike in oil prices following the Abqaiq-Khurais attacks on Saudi Arabia’s oil production facilities has since completely evaporated. Brent crude peaked at $71.95 per barrel when markets reopened on Monday, September 16, but prices have now plummeted to […]


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UK introduces low-carbon plans

October 15, 2019

Via: World Nuclear News

The bill outlines proposals to strengthen the UK’s standards of environmental protection post-Brexit with the establishment of a new public body – the Office for Environmental Protection – which will also hold government and other public bodies to account on […]


Chemical, Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, World

Following Saudi Oil Attack, Aramco Pushes Ahead With IPO Plans and Restoring Oil Production

October 9, 2019

Via: Forbes

Topline: In the wake of last month’s attack on Saudi Aramco oil facilities, the state oil giant has quickly recovered, aiming to restore full production and forging ahead with its plans for what would be the world’s largest-ever IPO later […]


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New EU Energy Chief To Put Connections And Security At Heart Of Green Deal

October 4, 2019

Via: Forbes

In the European Union, no discussion of energy issues these days comes without a discussion about climate change. The bloc’s energy policy must now be in line with its climate objectives – something reflected in the new organization of the […]


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Mexico: Shell starts importing fuel for its gas stations

October 3, 2019

Via: PetrolPlaza

Shell Mexico begun importing fuel from the United States for sale in its gas stations in the Bajío region, reports Forbes. The company announced the arrival of a freight train with fuel to a storage terminal in San José Iturbide, […]


Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, Nuclear, World

The World Begins To Slowly Cooperate On New Nuclear Energy

September 30, 2019

Via: Forbes

Canadian and United States nuclear regulators have signed a first-of-a-kind Memorandum of Cooperation that will see our two countries collaborate on the technical reviews of advanced reactor and small modular reactor technologies. Kristine Svinicki, Chair of the United States Nuclear […]


Chemical, Conventional Fuels, News and Policies, World

How Saudi Attacks Will Continue To Benefit American Oil Companies

September 27, 2019

Via: Forbes

Saudi Arabia is moving quickly to restore the 5.7 million barrels a day of oil production knocked out in the September 14 drone and missile attacks on its Abqaiq processing facility. But even if the kingdom can return output of […]


News and Policies, World

Saudi Oil Inventories Plunge As Production Is Restored

September 26, 2019

Via: Forbes

Bloomberg is reporting that Saudi Aramco has restored oil production levels at the crude-processing plants at Abqaiq and at the Khurais oil field. Multiple reports that Saudi’s production would be back online quickly have helped push oil prices back down […]


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As World Leaders Gather At UN For Climate Talks, Trump Will Be Next Door

September 23, 2019

Via: CleanTechnica

World leaders from 60 countries are coming to United Nations headquarters in New York City next week to discuss how they will respond to the climate crisis caused by humanity’s insistence on making the combustion of fossil fuels the basis […]


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Iran Promises ‘All-Out War’ If Hit For Saudi Pipeline Attack

September 19, 2019

Via: Forbes

Topline: Iran foreign minister Javad Zarif warned Thursday that if the U.S. or Saudi Arabia strikes back over weekend attacks on Saudi oil pipelines, it would be considered an act of “all-out war,” the most threatening language used yet as […]


Energy Economics, News and Policies, World

China’s Giant $400 Billion Iran Investment Complicates U.S. Options

September 19, 2019

Via: Forbes

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called violent attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure in Abqaiq and Khurais “an act of war,” as evidence suggests that Iran is the culprit. This marks the most dangerous escalation between the U.S. and Iran since […]


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12 Things To Know About The Houthi Attacks On Saudi Arabia

September 16, 2019

Via: Forbes

Here are a dozen things everyone should know about the past weekend’s drone attacks on a major Saudi oil refinery, and the likely fallout from them: The Houthis, a rebel army aligned with Iran, claimed responsibility for the drone attacks […]


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Saudi Arabia’s new energy minister won’t bring major change but faces a hard road ahead

September 9, 2019

Via: CNBC energy

ABU DHABI — Major changes in Saudi oil policy are unlikely as a new energy minister moves in to take up the decision-making reins for the world’s largest exporter of oil. Saudi Arabia replaced its former energy minister and the […]


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US offered millions of dollars to captain of Iranian oil tanker for ship’s seizure, reports say

September 5, 2019

Via: CNBC energy

The U.S. State Department has offered millions of dollars to the captain of an Iranian oil tanker suspected of heading to Syria. U.S. special representative to Iran, Brian Hook, reportedly emailed the captain of the Adrian Darya 1 about sailing […]


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Japan Joins The Crusade And Is Vowing To Forge New Energy Ties In Africa

September 3, 2019

Via: Forbes

Blazing a path forward for other multinationals, Mitsubishi Corp. is investing about $50 million with BBOXX Limited — a company that provides clean and affordable energy solutions to the continent of Africa. It delivers solar panels and battery storage to […]