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MIL-OSI Energy: IEEFA Europe: France, Germany and the U.K. are not on the same nuclear power page

By   /  July 12, 2018  /  BP, Business, Commentary, Commodities, Economy, Emmanuel Macron, Energy, Energy Policy, English, Europe, Exploitation, Exploration, France, Fukushima, Gas, Germany, Global Economy, Hinkley Point C, Industry, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, MIL Oil-Energy Sector OSI, MIL OSI, MIL OSI Economics, Mining Sector, Newsletter Daily, nuclear, Oil, Oil Rigs, Open Source Intel, U.K., United Nations  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI Energy: IEEFA Europe: France, Germany and the U.K. are not on the same nuclear power page

Source: Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis Policy muddle as one big EU economy hits pause on reactor buildout, another moves toward shutdown, a third plans expansion LONDON — Europe’s three leading economies are taking three radically different approaches to nuclear power, reflecting contrasting national public priorities in a transition from fossil fuels, and […]

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MIL-OSI Energy: BP report: Coal still at 38% of global power generation

By   /  June 14, 2018  /  BP, Business, China, Coal Generation, Commodities, Economy, Energy, Energy Policy, English, Exploitation, Exploration, Gas, Global Coal Markets, Global Economy, India, Industry, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, MIL Oil-Energy Sector OSI, MIL OSI, MIL OSI Economics, Mining Sector, News, Newsletter Daily, Newsletter News Weekly, Oil, Oil Rigs, Open Source Intel, Renewables  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI Energy: BP report: Coal still at 38% of global power generation

Source: Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis Reuters: LONDON—Global greenhouse gas emissions began rising again last year as the first pick-up in coal burning since 2013 overshadowed a record expansion in renewable energy, a BP report said. Energy demand accelerated in 2017 by 2.2 percent, but a 17 percent gain in clean power such […]

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MIL-OSI Energy: IEEFA update: Fund managers who acquiesce to ExxonMobil’s climate-risk denial do their investors a disservice

By   /  June 13, 2018  /  BP, Business, Calpers, CalSTRS, Ceres, Chevron Corporation, Climate Risk, Commentary, Commodities, ConocoPhillips, Darren Woods, Divestiture, Divestment, Economy, Energy, Energy Investment Trends, English, Exploitation, Exploration, ExxonMobil, Gas, Glass Lewis, Global Economy, Industry, Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis, Institutional Investors, ISS, MIL Oil-Energy Sector OSI, MIL OSI, MIL OSI Economics, Mining Sector, New York, New York State Common Retirement Fund, Newsletter Daily, Oil, Oil industry, Oil Rigs, Open Source Intel, PRI, Royal Dutch Shell, Total  /  Comments Off on MIL-OSI Energy: IEEFA update: Fund managers who acquiesce to ExxonMobil’s climate-risk denial do their investors a disservice

Source: Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis New York state comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli drops the ball It was a failure of epic proportions when, after demanding but not getting action last year, most shareholders voted to re-elect ExxonMobil’s board of directors on May 30, abdicating their duty to hold the company to account. […]

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