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Uncertain outlook for oil

Global supply fell 0.6 mb/d to 91.1 mb/d in September, down 8.7 mb/d in 2019, as the UAE slashed output and maintenance cut flows in the North Sea and Brazil, more than...

Energy sector recovery scenarios from Covide-19 impact

Energy sector recovery scenarios from Covide-19 impact The Covid-19 pandemic has caused more disruption to the energy sector than any other event in recent history,...

Significant investment in new oil and natural gas production is still required

Even though the demand for oil and natural gas peaks and falls in nearly all the scenarios, the ‎faster rate of decline in existing production means that significant...

European Union wants greenhouse gas emissions cut by 55% by 2030

BRUSSELS, Belgium – Last week, the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen made an ambitious proposal. By 2030, the European Union would aim to...

‘Green Hydrogen’ Could Become a $12 Trillion Market

Analysts at Goldman Sachs are bullish on the long-term prospects for so-called green hydrogen, which is when renewable energy powers the electrolysis of water. Calling...

No to a Greek-Turkish war in the eastern Mediterranean!

No to a Greek-Turkish war in the eastern Mediterranean! International Committee of the Fourth International 12 September 2020 Amid the escalation of threats and naval...

Why does Turkey feel isolated?

Competition over gas discoveries in the eastern Mediterranean has combined with bitter regional rivalries to fuel dangerous tensions between Turkey and its neighbors in...

Italy can become the infrastructural bridge between Europe and the African continent

MILAN (Reuters) – Italy could become a clean energy hub for Europe by importing hydrogen produced in North Africa from solar power at 10-15% less than it costs to...

How Europe can defend itself against US economic sanctions

Germany and Europe must defend themselves against US sanctions. They can strengthen their armoury in two ways. The idea of US senators threatening a German state-owned...

Trouble in the Eastern Mediterranean

The creation of an Exclusive Economic Zone stretching from Turkey’s southwest coast down to the northern tip of Libya has bubbled old and new conflicts in the...