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EU Overshoot Day: 7% of World’s Population Uses Nearly 20% of Earth’s Biocapacity

Friday, May 24, 2019

EU Overshoot Day: 7% of World’s Population Uses Nearly 20% of Earth’s Biocapacity

If everybody in the world lived like EU residents, the world would have exhausted the Earth’s annual budget by May 10, which was the European Union’s Earth Overshoot Day 2019. Nature’s annual budget consists of food, fiber, timber, carbon absorption, and land to build infrastructure, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Central and Eastern Europe said. Earth Overshoot Day, the date by which

Can the East Med Pipeline Work?

Friday, May 17, 2019

Can the East Med Pipeline Work?

The Eastern Mediterranean gas pipeline (East Med pipeline) provokes intense reactions. Its supporters consider it essential and transformative, a way to bring non-Russian gas into Southeast Europe and, thus, cement a geopolitical arc from Greece to Israel, while weakening Russia’s gas hold on Europe. Its critics see it as a delusion, an unrealistic project that cannot die soon enough. Meanwhile, the governments of Greece, Cyprus, and Israel continue to meet


Marika Karagianni: “Greece Can Become a Natural Gas Transportation Hub”

Friday, May 10, 2019

Marika Karagianni: “Greece Can Become a Natural Gas Transportation Hub”

Dr. Marika Karagianni a legal and international relations expert, specialized on European and international energy issues, focusing on Russia, the Caspian- Central Asia, East Med and MENA (Middle East- North Africa) regions spoke to Greek News Agenda about Greece’s comparative advantages in the energy sector and the importance for Greece to move from being hydrocarbons importer to producer and possibly exporter.

Iranian Oil Dilemma for Turkey and India

Friday, May 3, 2019

Iranian Oil Dilemma for Turkey and India

The recent U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers that enabled several major economies to continue buying crude oil from Iran has put Turkey and India on the horns of a dilemma. Both countries have significant energy dependence on Tehran. The recent U.S. decision to end sanctions waivers that enabled several major economies to continue buying crude oil from Iran has put Turkey and India on the horns of a dilemma. Both countries have significant energy dependence on Tehran.



As CO2 Emissions Prices Increase, Climate Issues Could Weigh on European Elections

Friday, April 12, 2019

As CO2 Emissions Prices Increase, Climate Issues Could Weigh on European Elections

The surge in the cost of CO2 emissions could affect the results of European Elections as a number of parties are opposing the environmental policy. As the Yellow Vest movement in France started due to a popular resentment on increased fuel taxes, this is not an idle threat for environmentally friendly policy.


Shell Starts Drilling for Oil and Gas in the Sea near Burgas

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Shell Starts Drilling for Oil and Gas in the Sea near Burgas

Three month exploration drill for oil and gas in the deep waters of the Black Sea near Burgas begins on 1 April 2019. Shell International Exploration & Development Italy SPA, reported on Tuesday to journalists. The company 50% of which is of Shell, 30 per cent of Australian Woods Energy, and the rest of the Spanish Repsol, which is studying another sea block in our country, but in the northern part of our territorial waters.


Future of Renewables in Croatia

Friday, March 8, 2019

Future of Renewables in Croatia

In December 2018 the Croatian Parliament adopted the amendments to the Renewables Act and the Government adopted two implementing regulations, which jointly apply as of 1 January 2019 (“2019 Amendments”).


Electrification Doesn't Make Sense Everywhere—Yet

Friday, February 22, 2019

Electrification Doesn't Make Sense Everywhere—Yet

Electrification is a key step to creating low-carbon cities. Replacing fossil fuel-powered vehicles, stoves, furnaces with electric alternatives reduces emissions and creates a host of other benefits. But not all cities are equally suitable for electrification. In some cases, electrification is impractical or can actually increase greenhouse gas emissions.

Future of LNG as Marine Fuel

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Future of LNG as Marine Fuel

The feature of liquid natural gas (LNG) that makes it stand apart from oil products is its lower carbon footprint. This aspect has become more important since the shipping industry, through the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has put limits on emissions-producing fuel to better control carbon releases.


The New Energy Transition Quest

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

The New Energy Transition Quest

The speed of the world’s energy transition has had a huge impact with far-reaching consequences, despite its many challenges. This transition has already allowed the opening up of markets in many countries to adapt to the changing energy industry. Nonetheless, this transformation’s key issue is how

US Natural Gas Liquids Production Forecast to Grow: EIA

Friday, February 1, 2019

US Natural Gas Liquids Production Forecast to Grow: EIA

Natural gas plant liquids (NGPL) production in the U.S. is forecast to continue growing between 2018 and 2050, the country's Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a statement on Thursday.


Climate Negotiations: From Paris to Katowice and What Lies Ahead

Friday, January 18, 2019

Climate Negotiations: From Paris to Katowice and What Lies Ahead

Climate change is one of the key problems of the modern civilization, one that the international community has been trying to resolve for several decades. The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change defines the goal,


Asia, Africa, Middle East Drive Global Energy Growth

Friday, January 11, 2019

Asia, Africa, Middle East Drive Global Energy Growth

Asia, Africa and the Middle East drive nearly all energy consumption growth in the world, the U.S.' Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in a statement on Wednesday. Energy consumption in each region grew by around 20 percent between 2010 and 2016, the EIA said.

OPEC and Russia are Expected to Achieve Their Announced Production Cuts of 1.2 Million Barrels Per Day Early in 2019.

Friday, January 4, 2019

OPEC and Russia are Expected to Achieve Their Announced Production Cuts of 1.2 Million Barrels Per Day Early in 2019.

Oil prices are unlikely to rise significantly this year because of fears of an oil supply glut caused by over production and reduced oil demand due to a slowdown on global economic growth as well as doubts that an oil supply cut deal between the Organization of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) and non-OPEC members reached in December will be implemented fully in early 2019.


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