Tag: Fossil fuels
5 months ago
politico.eu

Why Greta Thunberg is up in a London court

The climate activist has been charged with a public order offense.

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6 months ago
legitimate.net

Inside Lesotho’s Green Energy Revolution: Inspiring a Global Shift towards Sustainable Change

In a global pursuit of cleaner energy alternatives, Lesotho emerges as an inspiring example. The nation embarked on a...

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9 months ago
dailymail.co.uk

Scientists reveal the date Earth will face a mass EXTINCTION that wipes out all humans

Humanity would go extinct even if we stopped burning fossil fuels now, suggests a new study led by experts at the Uni...

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9 months ago
wsj.com

How China Could Veto $100 Oil

Strong Chinese demand looks unlikely as oil prices soar

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9 months ago
wsj.com

Saudi Cuts Send World Diesel Prices Soaring

European refineries have been starved of both Russian and Middle Eastern crude

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10 months ago
inews.co.uk

John Kerry questions Rishi Sunak's plan to 'max out' North Sea oil and gas

The US special presidential envoy for climate also raised doubts over whether the new projects would actually go ahead

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10 months ago
wsj.com

Natural Gas Prices Slide After Labor Dispute at Major Exporter Is Curtailed

Natural-gas prices fell in Europe after a major gas exporter in Australia fended off a labor dispute that spooked the...

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11 months ago
inews.co.uk

Greta Thunberg pulls out of Edinburgh Book Festival, accusing event sponsors of greenwashing

The climate activist said she was uncomfortable that sponsors Baillie Gifford, an investment management firm, invests...

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11 months ago
wsj.com

Oil Prices Perk Up as Recession Worries Ebb and Supply Tightens

High oil prices have been beneficial for OPEC+, an alliance of oil-producing countries that controls more than half o...

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11 months ago
politico.eu

Rishi Sunak to green-light hundreds of new oil and gas licenses in North Sea

UK government is promising new carbon capture projects too — but green groups aren’t convinced.

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11 months ago
wsj.com

Russia Uses Little-Known Traders to Sell Oil to the World

The success of Rosneft’s recent oil tender adds to signs that the financial squeeze on Russian oil producers from san...

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11 months ago
wsj.com

Chinese Oil Demand Doesn’t Make Sense

Global crude need and prices could soon take a hit

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12 months ago
wsj.com

Market Bets on Cheaper Oil, Dashing Saudi Hopes for a Price Rebound

The major crude producer is cutting back output, but a key indicator suggests traders believe supplies won’t shrink f...

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about 1 year ago
wsj.com

U.S. Courtship of Pacific Nations Leads to Key Security Deal

China has slowly claimed and militarized disputed territory across the South China Sea, often at the expense of its n...

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about 1 year ago
wsj.com

Gulf Leader Tests U.S. Ties With Moves Toward Russia, China

President Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed has positioned the U.A.E. as a friend to all sides since Moscow invaded Ukraine—bu...

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about 1 year ago
leinsterleader.ie

Kildare councillor speaks of potential for communities to ‘reimagine and transform’ themselves by...

Irish communities have the potential to 'reimagine and transform; themselves after the ending of commercial peat prod...

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about 1 year ago
wsj.com

Saudi Arabia-Led Oil Cuts Run Into Gusher of Alternative Supplies

The wild card lies in countries where production has jumped but remains at risk

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about 1 year ago
wsj.com

OPEC+ Cut Won’t Throttle Chinese Oil Demand

The U.S. is looking shaky, but the world’s largest energy consumer is still in the early stages of its post-Covid rec...

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about 1 year ago
wsj.com

Saudi Arabia’s Oil Production Cuts Reflect Cost of Reshaping Economy

Riyadh needs to keep prices high enough to fund grandiose gigaprojects; ‘We are for Saudi Arabia,’ says energy minister

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

China’s Xi Jinping Visits Saudi Arabia Amid Strained U.S. Ties

The visit could deepen the relationship between the world’s top oil importer and top oil exporter amid strained U.S.-...

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over 1 year ago
thestar.com

Opinion | The most violent true crime story never told

I am fascinated by this true crime, one where the massacre is ongoing, the killer was always known, and he will never...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Oil Prices Face Fresh Volatility With New Russia Sanctions, OPEC Decision

The cartel and its allies are due to make a big call on oil production next week, a day before expanded sanctions are...

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over 1 year ago
sltrib.com

Does Utah’s support for fossil fuel production violate youths’ constitutional rights?

Six Utah youths are asking a state judge to allow their suit challenging Utah's energy policies to go to trial.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Peabody, Coronado Global Resources End Talks Over $6 Billion Deal

The discussions had been seen as an indication of how the coal-price surge is transforming the sector’s fortunes.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Peabody, Australia’s Coronado End Talks Over Potential Merger

UPDATED: Coronado Global Resources and Peabody Energy have mutually agreed to end talks over combining to create a ne...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Oil and Gas Profits Are an Easy Political Target

BP is the latest supermajor to report strong third-quarter earnings that are likely to fuel further calls for higher ...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Eurozone Inflation Rate Rises to 10.7% as Recession Looms

The annual rate of consumer-price inflation in the eurozone increased to double digits in October, reaching a record ...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Is Another Gas Glut on The Horizon?

High prices have prompted investment in new LNG supply, but it could all be too much if Russian gas finds a route bac...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Catastrophic Flooding in Nigeria Uproots Millions and Severs Gas Production

The flooding has aggravated fuel and food shortages across Africa’s most populous nation and could affect gas exports...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

BP Bets Big on Biofuel

Buying Archaea Energy is a logical step in the oil giant’s green pivot, but the valuation sets very high expectations...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Germany Blames Sabotage for Train Outage

Severed cables temporarily shut down train traffic across the country’s north, fueling concern about the safety of cr...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

German Production Falls as Higher Energy Prices Hit Manufacturing

Factory output fell in August, driven by cutbacks in energy-intensive industries as costs surged following reductions...

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Shell’s Slip Shows Oil and Gas Prices Aren’t Everything

The supermajor’s lower trading profits highlight that energy stocks offer an indirect link to commodity markets.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Abu Dhabi Oil Giant in Talks to Buy Trader Gunvor

The early-stage talks could lead to a deal creating one of the world’s largest traders of oil-and-gas products.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

Indigenous Australian Clan Scores Landmark Legal Win Against Santos Energy Project

A judge threw out a regulator’s approval of Santos’s plan to drill for natural gas near the Tiwi Islands.

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over 1 year ago
wsj.com

AGL Energy’s Leadership Overhaul Continues With McKenzie as Chairwoman

UPDATED: AGL Energy Ltd. appointed Patricia McKenzie as chairwoman with immediate effect as the Australian power comp...

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almost 2 years ago
wsj.com

For Shell’s Priorities, Follow the Money

A big, green step forward seems likely under the new CEO, but for the company’s true priorities, investors should wat...

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almost 2 years ago
wsj.com

OPEC+’s Warning Shot

The oil producing cartel has agreed to cut output targets just days after U.S.-led agreement to establish a buyer’s a...

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almost 2 years ago
wsj.com

Oil Posts Third Straight Month of Declines

Fears of recession and waning demand are hitting a market struggling with sluggish trading activity.

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