A publication from the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies recaps and analyses the recent and expected evolution of the LNG market, which slowly seems to become more merchant and liquid. These developments should also let us think about the sustainability of a fuel that could have an increasing role in the energy mix.
The latest edition of the International Energy Agency Global Energy & CO2 Status Report shows some bad news about how the international energy system has been evolving over 2018. From the increasing emissions to sluggish energy efficiency, we are still very far from seeing the changes (or revolution) that the IPCC scientists are calling for.
The Green New Deal did not get much attention in Europe a decade ago, but today, supported by the U.S. democrats, it is living a second life, challenging the presidential administration anti-climate policies.
Two German companies, Amprion and Open Grid Europe, recently announced their intention to cooperate in the commissioning of 100 MW power-to-gas facility. An innovative collaboration coherent with the country coal and nuclear phase-out plans.
The fourteen projects that will receive EU funding cover electricity, smart grids, CO2 cross-border transportation and gas, making the Energy Union much more interconnected.
A recent report from IRENA examines how the energy transformation is expected to change the world geopolitics of energy. With an increasing electrification and a progressive switch from fossil fuels to renewables, the international balance of powers could significantly change. But how deep is this report?
On the 4th of December 2018, in the context of COP24 in Katowice, A.P. Moller – Maersk announced the goal of being carbon neutral by 2050 and having carbon neutral vessels commercially viable by 2030. Maersk is the world’s largest containers shipping company, that transports nearly one in five seaborne containers. According to the statement, …
According to the Fraunhofer Institute renewables in Germany during 2018 generated more than 40.4% of the total national public net electricity, while lignite and coal 38%, nuclear 13.3% and natural gas 7.4%. The good news… … Are pretty evident: for the first time renewables beat coal in electricity generation in Germany. This was mainly due …
With more than 24 hours of delay from the original schedule, the COP24 is finally over. Getting to a deal is probably always better than no deal at all, but crucial questions remain open… Is this enough? Is it already too late?
The 5th Opec+ meeting has concluded on Friday with the unanimous decision of cutting oil output by 1.2 mb/d starting from January 2019, for an initial period of six months. Opec countries will count for 0.8 mb/d and non Opec countries for 0.2 mb/d of the total target. The decision was far from being an easy one, …
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