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IEEFA update: South Korea takes further steps away from thermal coal

Implications for Australian coal exports and the Bylong Coal mine proposal

(IEEFA Australia) – The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move away from coal and towards renewable energy, according to a briefing note released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The briefing note, South Korea Shifting […]

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CAMBIO and IEEFA secure agreement to obtain documents from Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority-PREPA

Superior Court Judge Cuevas Ramos responds to mandamus petition at Court of First Instance in San Juan

May 24, 2019 (Puerto Rico) – The non-profit CAMBIO and Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) obtained a court agreement that the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) pledged to respond to and deliver within 14 days public documents regarding the PREPA privatization process, as well as data about the electrical system. The […]

CAMBIO y el IEEFA logran acuerdo de respuesta a solicitud de información de AEE

El juez superior Cuevas Ramos atendió un recurso de mandamus en una vista el viernes en el Tribunal de Primera Instancia de San Juan

24 de mayo de 2019 (Puerto Rico) – La organización sin fines de lucro CAMBIO y el Instituto de Economía y Análisis Financiero en Energía (IEEFA, en inglés) lograron en el tribunal que la Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica (AEE) se comprometiera a responder y entregarles en un plazo de 14 días documentos públicos sobre el […]

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IEEFA update: ExxonMobil’s drill, drill, drill strategy earns a “D-“

Dismal Q1 report card weakens company’s business model

ExxonMobil’s poor first-quarter earnings report revealed diminished profits, weak revenues, unproven cost reduction strategies, meager asset sales and the need to borrow US$3 billion to make ends meet. The company continued its drill, drill, drill strategy and paid an increase in dividends, even as a gang of ugly financial facts slaughtered its business model. Its […]

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IEEFA update: South Korea takes further steps away from thermal coal

Implications for Australian coal exports and the Bylong Coal mine proposal

(IEEFA Australia) – The South Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy has tabled a new draft energy master plan that increases the nation’s ambition to move away from coal and towards renewable energy, according to a briefing note released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). The briefing note, South Korea Shifting […]

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IEEFA update: Rich Uncle Chevron swoops in to save fracking industry. But at a 39% premium?

Deal costing $50bn should give pause to some investors and shareholders

Why would Chevron buy Anadarko, a company that amassed $11.4 billion negative free cash flow over the past nine years while racking up massive amounts of debt? What did Chevron see in Anadarko’s future that the market missed when it sent its stock tumbling by 30 points in the final months of 2018, from $70 […]

WSJ: Growing Resistance to Big Fossil-Fuel Projects; More Calls for Coal-Lease Reform; Paducah Power Stays the Course

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL TAKES PROMINENT NOTE THIS WEEK OF THE MOUNTING COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH POPULAR OPPOSITION to large new oil and gas projects in North America. The article, by Amy Harder, points out that the Keystone XL pipeline, once received as a jobs-creation investment, has become a touchstone of grassroots resistance that has risen […]

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