IEEFA in the Media
By Benjamin Storrow and Sara Schonhardt India has experienced a series of unusually early and prolonged heat waves this year.
DEAR EDITOR, Vice President Jagdeo has responded to a recent series of reports my organisation (the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis/IEEFA) published regarding the contract bet…Jun 02, 2022 Features / Columnists , Letters DEAR EDITOR, ...
The European Union agreed Monday to halt most imports of Russian oil by the end of the year.
Casper Star Tribune
The decision by Canada’s six biggest banks to sink another $10 billion into the troubled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is no surprise after a federal loan guarantee made it a straightforward business decision to back the project, says the financial ana...
The Energy Mix
The blockade of Russian hydrocarbons will clearly affect the gas market.
NuScale makes public debut but requires ‘a lot of financing’ to launch small nuclear reactor in 2029
The meltdown of the Fukushima nuclear power plant in 2011 essentially put the nail in the coffin of the construction of big nuclear power plants with similar technologies in the U.S., according to nuclear proponents and watchdogs.
More than three million households in Australia already know how rooftop solar can reduce their electricity bills. At least 110,000 also have batteries and a growing number are lining up to buy electric vehicles.
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People who live near fracking pads and LNG terminals are pushing back.
Highlights India advances 20% gasoline blending target by five years Currently, 10% of ethanol is blended into gasoline Food inflation, limited biofuel supplies to pose hurdles Surging crude prices have prompted India to set an ambitious goal of achieving ...
Memorial Day is considered the unofficial kickoff of the summer driving season.
These moms want the world’s largest money manager to divest from coal. So they’re protesting outside the CEO’s house - Gothamist
Sunrise Kids, a climate activism organization started by New York moms and their kids, wants the investment company BlackRock to stop propping up coal production.These moms want the world’s largest money manager to divest from coal.
…has already shown incapable of standing up to oil giant—Int’l Experts “When you look at the government’s record; changing the environmental permit, granting the Payara permit against the wishes of…Current crop of leaders cannot be trusted to renegotiate o...
Getty Images Costs are soaring as demand for oil and gas rises much faster than output Texas oilman Jason Herrick is scrambling to pump more oil, chasing the promise of profit as oil prices soar.
NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi has long touted his vision of turning India into a leader in renewable energy.
The Washington Post
… Int’l Experts ready to lend support …it is very difficult for the people in Guyana to stand against Exxon alone, people are afraid of that and that’s why we want to support them with the power of…ExxonMobil needs Guyana, more than Guyana needs Exxon May ...
…Financial Analyst says Govt., ExxonMobil must open up their books to the public By Gary Eleazar Kaieteur News – The Government of Guyana and Esso Exploration and Production Guyana Limi…Contact Information Latest News Guyana now spending excessively more t...
FULL TEXT The merits and pitfalls of pursing nuclear power in Montana were recently debated by experts on both sides of the spectrum, with some telling a legislative committee it is too costly and renewable energy should be pursued instead and others sayin...
For the past year, Roishetta Ozane has been trying to stop new liquified natural gas, or LNG, export terminals from being built in southwest Louisiana.
Solar tariffs will likely increase to INR 2.95 ($0.039)/kWh in the next 12 months, mainly due to the 40% basic customs duty on imported solar modules. May 26, 2022 Uma Gupta Solar tariffs in India may increase by more than one-fifth over the next year due...