5 Reasons Why It Is Now Impossible To Ignore Global Warming
Climate change is a strangely divisive topic. While it is a scientific certainty, there are many who look for ways to avoid reality. While this might have been possible at one point, it's become far too late to ignore global warming.
How your electric car could be 'a virtual power station'
As the world moves towards low-carbon electric cars, how are we going to power them all?
Extreme Weather Caused $129 Billion Of Economic Losses Globally Last Year [Infographic]
Weather-related disasters are becoming more frequent, new research shows, with an average of 306 events attributable to extreme weather occurring every year between 2007 and 2016. Mainly storms and floods, that average represents a 46 percent increase since 2000.
Oil industry should not worry about peak demand until 2040, OPEC secretary general says
General Mohammed Barkindo said OPEC's projections did not foresee oil demand cresting over the coming decades.
Climate change making Harvey's 'Biblical' rainfall more likely, study says | CBC News
The chances of a hurricane flooding parts of Texas, like Harvey did, have soared six-fold in just 25 years because of global warming and will likely triple once again before the end of the century, a new study says.
A deeper look into OIL and GAS markets with SEAMOG CEO Sofiyan Yahyan - NRGTalk
You have held and currently hold many important roles in oil & gas organisations, being a founding member and former president of MOGSC, current VP of MOGEC, and CEO of SEAMOG Group Sdn Bhd, to name a few. Over the years, what has been your greatest achievement(s)?
The Peak Demand Branding - A Thank You...
The genius mind behind the branding of the Peak Demand community belongs to none other than Chris Corridore.
Saudis Must Now Temper Expectations for Aramco's IPO
A share sale was expected to raise $100 billion, but $65 billion looks more realistic amid political upheaval.
OPEC Is Already Thinking About $70 Oil
Russia won't like the return of giddy talk about prices.
4 signs that Trump’s furious efforts to save coal are futile
Coal is losing in Texas, in the US, in the world.
Pennsylvania coal miners are so convinced Trump will bring coal back that they're refusing training in other industries
Coal miners in Pennsylvania are rejecting job training in other industries in hopes that President Donald Trump revives coal.
Where's the money? oil traders ask as peak demand looms
For major trading houses that ship millions of barrels of oil every day, the prospect of diminishing fuel demand and a shift to renewable power poses a brain-racking challenge with few obvious solutions.
China Study Warns Of Impending Oil Production Peak & World Oil Market Squeeze, + Peak Recoverable Coal ~2020
China is rapidly approaching peak fossil fuel extraction according to a new state-funded study led by the China University of Petroleum in Beijing. The study findings include the assertion that China will experience a peak in its total oil production (conventional + unconventional) by as early as 2018. As a result, world oil markets and geopolitics
The Mysterious Rosneft Deal And Its Consequences | OilPrice.com
The Rosneft privatization deal that took place in 2016 have been shrouded in mystery, a mystery that is slowly unravelling as Trump-Russia relations come under scrutiny
What’s at Risk for Energy If Trump Kills the Iran Deal
Iran, already struggling to attract investors to its energy industry, may find things tougher still as U.S. President Donald Trump tries to undermine the nuclear deal that eased sanctions on OPEC’s third-largest crude producer.
Rosneft's Sechin Says No Watershed in Oil Market, U.S. Shale Oil a Risk
A global deal to cut oil output has not led to a breakthrough on high inventory levels, while an expected rise in U.S. shale oil output may destabilize the market in 2018, the head of Russia's Rosneft, Igor Sechin, said on Thursday.