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Cal on February 9th, 2018

CNBC tells about the race between China, Russia and the US to control the Arctic, including its oil and gas resources. Meanwhile, The Diplomat writes about the geopolitics behind Asia’s energy future. See also How soaring U.S. oil exports to China are transforming the global oil game. The US Energy Information Administration says that country is on […]

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Cal on January 11th, 2018

Amid the strife, turmoil and corruption in Venezuela, its oil production has sunk to a 28 years low, to levels not seen since 1989. This in a world of increasing oil demand. Torbjorn Kjus, oil market analyst with Norway’s DNB Bank, said: “The Venezuelan economy could collapse at any moment. We could envisage scenarios spanning from outright […]

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Cal on December 28th, 2017

Non-fossil fuels now account for 17.6% of China’s total energy supply. This is 6% higher than 5 years ago. China’s installed electric power generation capacity is about 1.8 billion kilowatts, and non-fossil fuel generation capacity accounts for 38% of the total. China plans to cap its coal-fired power capacity at 1,000 gigawatts in 2020. Non-fossil fuel is […]

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Cal on December 17th, 2017

The international Energy Agency says India is becoming a driving force in global energy trends. Showing remarkable growth, half a billion Indians have gained access to electricity in India since 2000, almost doubling the country’s electrification rate. This growth rate puts India on course to achieving access to electricity for all in the early 2020s. Since 2012, more […]

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Cal on November 29th, 2017

Brazilian state-controlled Petrobras announced has started to produce crude oil and natural gas from the giant deepwater Libra field in the Atlantic Ocean. The field is estimated to hold between 8 billion and 12 billion barrels of crude oil. The Petrobras rig expects to reach 30,000 barrels per day in early 2018 with the potential to reach […]

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Cal on November 7th, 2017

Saudi Arabia has started the process to build 17.6 gigawatts of nuclear electricity generating capacity by 2032, the equivalent of about 17 reactors, making it one of the biggest prospects for an industry struggling after the 2011 nuclear disaster in Japan. The Saudis want to reduce the amount of crude oil they burn domestically for generate […]

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Cal on August 19th, 2017

The US Energy Information Administration projects that, based on current construction plans, by 2020 the US will have the third-largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) export capacity in the world after Australia and Qatar. China is expected to become the leading importer of LNG, consuming about 40% of world supply. Natural gas liquids are sought by the steel, chemical […]

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Cal on July 27th, 2017

Britain announced it will ban all new petrol and diesel cars and vans from 2040 amid fears that rising levels of nitrogen oxide pose a major risk to public health. This follows a similar recent announcement by France.  The British ban will also include new hybrid vehicles with an electric motor and gasoline or diesel […]

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