As G20 energy ministers gather in Argentina, a new report out today entitled ‘Debunked: The G20 Clean Gas Myth’ finds that G20 countries, in the absence of new policies, are set to see investment of over $1.6 trillion USD in new gas projects.
This report focuses on fossil gas development in the G20 and debunking the myth of fossil gas as a clean transition fuel.
A new expose published today reveals how BP, working closely with the British government, has been “side-stepping” sanctions introduced after the Russian annexation of Crimea.
Rick Perry tells an African Oil Conference: “it’s in fossil fuels that you will see real growth”
Who will clean up the mess if oil companies go bust as the whole fossil fuel industry goes from a downcycle into a potential “death spiral”?
Soon British consumers will be cooking and heating their homes with American fracked gas for the first time.
“The Trump Administration claims that it supports clean air and water, but its proposed FY 2018 Budget tells another story.”
As people head home for the Christmas vacation to be with their loved ones, spare a thought for the one thousand or so water protectors that are braving bitterly freezing cold temperatures and blizzards in North Dakota to continue what has become the iconic protest of 2016 against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The oil industry is a market built on the old market fundamentals of supply and demand and the flux between the two will impact how much we pay for our oil or gas.
There are many ways you can question the logic of the British Government’s pro-fracking push.