Liquid natural gas

Natural gas - March 7

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Can natural gas break our oil habit?
Anatomy of a natural gas price spike
CNQ needs higher gas prices to drill
The coming liquid fuels crisis: the natural gas (partial) solution
Natural Gas Vehicles—how much can they reduce oil imports?

archived March 7, 2009

Geopolitics - Feb 19

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Egyptian Workers Strike against Fertilizer Export to Israel
David King: Iraq was the first 'resource war' of the century
Russian gas imports to Korea start in April
Crude Impact and The Tyranny of Oil

archived February 19, 2009

Energy industry - Feb 2

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Natural Gas Glut Could Hit US
Oil Sector Braces For Wider Fallout Of Low Crude Price
Oil players stockpile cheap crude on tankers
Endangered Electricity System: The Potential of Microgrids

archived February 2, 2009

Gazprom-Ukraine - Jan 8

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Gas emergency declared across Europe
Ukraine and Russia: the role of a middleman
The Russian bear?

archived January 8, 2009

Fatih Birol interview on Youtube for the film "PetroApocalypse Now?"

Andrew Evans, Aceditor Ltd

Fatih Birol talks the talk on peak oil - In this 40 minute exclusive interview for my film "PetroApocalypse Now?" I interviewed Fatih Birol, Chief Economist of the IEA about reserves, the USGS, technology, demand and recession, solutions and peak oil. (Also, a mini-review of the film)

archived December 22, 2008

United Kingdom - September 11

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Cleared: Jury decides that threat of global warming justifies breaking the law
Nuclear is the real threat to the fuel-poor, not wind energy
How good an eco-driver are you? Regulator's tips on careful motoring may save £500 a year

archived September 11, 2008

Peak Oil Review - Aug 25, 2008

Tom Whipple , ASPO-USA

An executive summary of weekly news from a US peak oil perspective, featuring:
- Production and Prices

- Electricity Supplies in Asia

- Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)

- Briefs

archived August 25, 2008

Note to Biden on the Russian energy weapon

Jerome a Paris, Daily Kos

Russian behavior is driven to a large extent by the personal strategies and interests of a few individuals at the very top. There is no overarching geopolitical plan, but a lot of political infighting and short term asset-grabbing strategies. That may be even more worrying in itself than purposeful strategies to use the "energy weapon", but the motivations are different. It is true however that the global energy situation allows Russia to be a lot more assertive, or even brutal, on the international stage, and there's little that can be done about that ... [There is something that] Europe can actually do: it controls its own demand, and should focus its efforts on that.

archived August 24, 2008

Russia and geopolitics - Aug 24

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Russia shuts out West's supermajors
Russia and Iran: crisis of the west, rise of the rest
Kazakhstan considers to divert oil export route from BTC to Russia
Russia values oil more than war
Gazprom falls as analysts `shocked' by spending plan

archived August 24, 2008

ODAC Newsletter - July 11

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A digest of news and commentary from a UK peak oil perspective.

archived July 11, 2008