Thu, Mar 12, 2020
Over the weekend of March 7–8, the breakdown of the previous oil production agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia led to the broader collapse of the arrangement between OPEC and OPEC+. What will the rift will mean for the global oil market?
EnergySource by John Soughan
Wed, Feb 26, 2020
Russia and China are competing for nuclear industry market share, not working together to dominate, and China’s rise gives Russia a real competitor in nuclear energy—that is good for the United States.
EnergySource by David Yellen
Mon, Feb 24, 2020
In their pre-election manifesto, the UK Conservatives stated that their stance will be to “not support fracking unless the science shows categorically it can be done safely,” something of a U-turn for the party. Why adopt such a significant policy change now?
EnergySource by Christian Le Miere
Wed, Feb 19, 2020
Flying largely under the radar, progress on the TurkStream pipeline has been met with little attention. This is quite unjust, as the project is a key piece of Gazprom’s future supply strategy.
EnergySource by Martin Jirušek
Mon, Feb 10, 2020
Discussions on energy and geopolitics over the last ten years have often focused on the need for energy security. Now, another challenge—climate security—is emerging and it must be urgently addressed.
EnergySource by Friedbert Pflüger
Mon, Feb 10, 2020
South and Southeast Asia are leading the world in terms of developing countries’ energy growth—how can need be met while avoiding new coal investments?
EnergySource by Robert F. Ichord, Jr.
Tue, Feb 4, 2020
Northern Lights, a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project backed, in part, by the Norwegian government is set to bolster European and global carbon capture innovation, accelerating climate progress and exemplifying the next wave of global CCS facilities.
EnergySource by Lee Beck
Thu, Jan 30, 2020
Nuclear energy is our greatest asset in the fight against climate change. In my view, success in the struggle against climate change likely is simply not possible without a robust and immediate commitment to nuclear power.
EnergySource by Amb. Thomas Graham, Jr.
Wed, Jan 29, 2020
For China to truly back the its vision of a "shared future" with action, it must drastically reduce its own carbon emissions at home and discontinue investing abroad in carbon-intensive infrastructure through its Belt and Road Initiative.
EnergySource by Craig Hart