After the last Opec meeting, the oil market is in turmoil, with instability in Venezuela and Libya, and Iran ready to defend its place in the oil market.
After months of controversies, scandals and debate about his role as the Administrator of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Scott Pruitt finally submitted his resignation to President Donal Trump. What’s going to happen thereafter remains to be seen.
The substantial increase in the CO2 global emissions registered in 2017 shows that the world is still very far from an absolute decoupling, and it probably also casts doubts on the goodness of the Paris Agreement, and on the more recent internationally shared pledges of green growth.
On Friday 22 of June Opec agreed to increase production to keep prices under control.
The deal preserved the unity of the group and reassured the market, but it is vague and it does not clarify who is going to pump more oil, and how much it will be.
The upcoming OPEC meeting of June 22 will be filled with tensions between those willing to incease output, and those who are not. The U.S. closely watching
The #REMforum 2018, the 9th St. Gallen Forum for Management of Renewable Energies, addressed the issue of decentralisation for the power system, mainly focusing on the role of electric mobility.
Saudi Arabia is planning to diversify its energy mix away from oil, to increase the share of energy generated by renewable sources, with a specific focus on solar power.
The Five Star Movement has released an energy programto make Italy more sustainable and independent.
Unfortunately, it shows tendencies to autharchy and lack of practicality.
After long negotiations Angela Merkel’s conservatives (CDU/CSU) and the Social Democrats (SPD) seem to have reached an agreement to form a new government coalition, and setting up a coal phase- out plan is one of the main pillars of the treaty.
The first of a series of analyses focused on the less green aspects of green energy.