Skip to main content


IEEFA Update: More Weaknesses Seen in Companies Behind the Dakota Access Pipeline Project
The closer one examines the financial position of the companies behind the Dakota Access Pipeline project, the weaker they look.
December 21, 2016
Cathy Kunkel
How Are For-Profit Pipelines Fair Use of Eminent Domain?
One of the many sharp—and welcome—arguments among the GOP presidential candidates of late has been over what constitutes reasonable use of eminent domain.
February 29, 2016
Larry Shapiro
More Headline Risk Around Alberta’s Oil-Sands Industry
… overall aspirations, the other exploring how executives at Cnooc Ltd. of China evidently blew it two years ago by …
July 27, 2015
Karl Cates
The Lasting Impact of the Anti-Keystone Campaign
Click photo to enlarge.
April 22, 2015
Larry Shapiro
Energy Finance 2015 Conference: A ‘Bloodbath’ Averted by Public Opposition to Coal Ports
In detailing the financial collapse of the U.S. coal industry, IEEFA’s Director of Finance Tom Sanzillo has noted this week during the Energy Finance 2015 conference at NYU that not only are U.S. coal companies losing money domestically but…
March 19, 2015
Aussie Coal Advocates Solicit Global Banks; Oil-Price Drop Hurts Tar-Sands Prospects; More Coverage of IEEFA Port Report
AUSTRALIAN POLITICAL LEADERS ARE STRUGGLING TO MAINTAIN INTERNATIONAL BANKING SUPPORT FOR FURTHER INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT of the Queensland coal industry. In details published this morning in a column by Richard Gluyas, a correspondent…
December 01, 2014
Toggle Filters


Join our newsletter

Keep up to date with all the latest from IEEFA