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Has Tight Oil Put ‘Peak Oil’ to Rest? Not So Fast: Fuel for Thought

Monday, December 19, 2016

Has Tight Oil Put ‘Peak Oil’ to Rest? Not So Fast: Fuel for Thought

by Robert Perkins*

Eighteen years ago, the International Energy Agency made an alarming and, by its own admission, controversial prediction. Global conventional oil output would peak well before 2020, it said, based on global oil reserve modeling of the day


 Meet Sofia, the Robot That Looks, Thinks, and Talks Like a Human

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Meet Sofia, the Robot That Looks, Thinks, and Talks Like a Human

by y Will Yakowicz*

Right now, artificially intelligent robots are part of the workforce, from hotel butlers to factory workers. But this is just the beginning.

According to Ben Goertzel, AI researcher and entrepreneur who spoke at the Web Summit in Lisbon this week, intelligent robots in human-like forms will surpass human intelligence and help free the human race of work


Seven Donald Trump Policies that Could Change the US

Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Seven Donald Trump Policies that Could Change the US

by FT Reporters

Donald Trump’s stunning victory in Tuesday’s US presidential election sets the stage for a series of radical policy reversals both at home and abroad.

A Trump presidency could scupper some of Barack Obama’s signature achievements, including Obamacare, climate change policy and the nuclear deal with Iran

How Putin is Losing His Grip on Pipeline Politics

Wednesday, November 02, 2016

How Putin is Losing His Grip on Pipeline Politics

by Agnia Grigas*

As President Vladimir Putin seeks to reinforce Russia’s position as a global power through nuclear saber-rattling and military campaigns in Ukraine and Syria, the next US Administration will need to both contain and cooperate with him


 What OPEC’s Oil U-Turn Missed: Peak Demand Keeps Getting Closer

Monday, October 17, 2016

What OPEC’s Oil U-Turn Missed: Peak Demand Keeps Getting Closer

by Jessica Shankleman*

OPEC’s decision last month to reverse its policy of unfettered production and cut oil output to boost prices may be at odds with the industry’s most important long-term trend: demand for what they produce could start falling within 15 years


OPEC to Finalise Oil Output Cut in November

Monday, October 03, 2016

OPEC to Finalise Oil Output Cut in November

by Kostis Geropoulos*

Meeting in Algeria on the sidelines of an energy forum, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said its members agreed there is a need to cut crude output in an effort to reduce oversupply and boost prices

The G20 Embraces Green Finance

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

The G20 Embraces Green Finance

by Ma Jun* and Simon Zadek**


The G20’s finance ministers and central-bank governors have begun to undertake a stunning shift in mindset


Shale and Demand Uncertainty Put Big Oil on Its Back Foot

Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Shale and Demand Uncertainty Put Big Oil on Its Back Foot

by Nick Coleman, Senior editor, Platts*

Under pressure from low oil prices and their rising debt levels, top oil executives at theONS 2016conference this week might well have found the blunt message of shale driller Scott Douglas Sheffield unsettling

Saudi Arabia in a Proxy War With Iran, Russia

Monday, August 29, 2016

Saudi Arabia in a Proxy War With Iran, Russia

by Kostis Geropoulos*

Given the level of mistrust among Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, it is unlikely that OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers, including Russia, will reach an agreement to cap oil production during an informal meeting in Algeria on September 26-28, a senior energy analyst at Oppenheimer in New York, told New Europe



Turkey and NATO: What Comes Next Is Messy

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Turkey and NATO: What Comes Next Is Messy

by James Stavridis*

With U.S. forces (and nuclear weapons*) housed at Incirlik Air Base, the relationship between Ankara and Washington is critical — and delicate



5 Ways Brexit Will Transform Energy and Climate

Friday, June 24, 2016

5 Ways Brexit Will Transform Energy and Climate

by Sara Stefanini*

Britain’s departure from the EU will force broad changes to the bloc’s energy and climate policies, and remove a crucial ally for Central Europeans — but it will also give London far more freedom to pursue nuclear projects

Why Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars Are Not Competitive — From A Hydrogen Fuel Cell Expert

Friday, June 17, 2016

Why Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars Are Not Competitive — From A Hydrogen Fuel Cell Expert

by Zachary Shahan*

One of Cleantechnica’s regular commenters recently dropped a very interesting link into the comments of an articleabout Hyundai’s apparent shift in focus to battery-electric cars. As he prefaced it: There’s actually a long list of problems with fuel cell cars. From someone who actually built fuel cell cars:http://ssj3gohan.tweakblogs.net/blog/11470/why-fuel-cell-cars-dont-work-part-1


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