Natural gas

ODAC Newsletter - 23 Jan

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly round-up from a UK perspective

archived January 23, 2009

Europe - Jan 22

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Iceland's coalition struggles to survive protests
Renewing Renewables
Lessons from the Russian Gas Dispute

archived January 22, 2009

A prince and four peaks: peak oil, gas, coal and uranium

His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands, transcribed by Rembrandt Koppelaar , The Oil Drum: Europe

Today the second three-day world future energy summit began in Abu Dhabi. One of the biggest energy conference in the world that is being attended by key policy makers, financiers, leading academics and no less than 400 journalists from all over the world. The conference was opened by the Dutch Crown Prince Willem-Alexander, Prince of Orange and the Netherlands...

archived January 21, 2009

ODAC Newsletter - 16 Jan

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly update from a UK perspective

archived January 16, 2009

Peak Oil Notes - Jan 15

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A mid-week update on peak oil, featuring:
- Prices continute to slip
- OPEC keeps trying

archived January 15, 2009

Oil & gas - Jan 15

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Cheap oil not here to stay: Ex-Talisman CEO
Ukrainian Natural Gas Crisis Drags On
Russia Proposes Energy Summit in Moscow to Resolve Gas Dispute

archived January 15, 2009

Russia-Ukraine gas row - cacophonic overture to Nabucco summit

Peter Pogany, Energy Bulletin

European fuming over recent cuts in Russian gas shipments via Ukraine might help the struggling Nabucco gas pipeline project, which intends to use Caspian and Mideastern gas to be delivered through the Balkans. The upcoming Budapest Nabucco summit will also tell us where the West stands concerning Iranian gas.

archived January 12, 2009

ODAC Newsletter - 9 Jan

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective

archived January 9, 2009

Gazprom-Ukraine flare up

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Jérôme Guillet: The battle of the oligarchs behind the gas dispute
Europe begins to feel gas pipeline pinch
Ukraine will end up paying more – but it needs to wean itself off Russian gas
It's time to see through Gazprom
Gazprom's tactics harsh but its logic sound

archived January 6, 2009

Geopolitics - Jan 6

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Russia flexes its military muscle
Arab News: Why should we bail out US automobile industry
New Year, New Outlook For Oil

archived January 6, 2009