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Denmark Ends Nord Stream Probe With No Charges
The country found “deliberate sabotage” but wouldn’t continue probe to find out who was responsible. It’s the second U.S. ally in the past month to end an investigation into the pipeline explosions.
A New Business Plan to Save Electric Vehicles!
I can’t remember her name, but I remember what she said
A Year of Lying About Nord Stream
The Biden administration has acknowledged neither its responsibility for the pipeline bombing nor the purpose of the sabotage
West Declines to Adjust Russian Oil Price Ceiling as Moscow Exports Above the Cap
Reuters reports Washington and its Western allies keeping the price cap on Russian oil at $60 per barrel as Moscow sells its energy on the global market well above the US-enforced ceiling
How Europe entrusted its energy security to a bankrupt company
Global Shipbuilding: Maneuvering Towards Net Zero
Several attempts to convert the world's merchant fleet to the use of environmentally friendly fuels have already failed. But the tide of those looking to do so continues to flow, and it seems the end could be just over the horizon
Those EV Shortcomings Aren’t Shortcomings at All
Wherever we drive nowadays, we see electric vehicles (EVs) amid the normal internal combustion cars and hybrids
When It Comes To The Energy Needed For The Modern World, Thor Will Save Us!
Thor Will Save Us! No, not the Norse god or Hollywood superhero
The Big Players and Their Small Modular Reactor: A Road to Nowhere?
Small modular reactors can be mass-produced in a factory, which guarantees a low price and quick construction. Unfortunately, subjective human reasons have hampered their success
BP Financed Colombian Military
Documents reveal how the oil company offered to finance Bogota’s military as it was killing opponents during the 1990s and collaborated with a general accused of kidnap, torture and murder
Fintech can be key to accelerating energy transition
The importance of renewable energy is being highlighted more than ever. Like other major economies, Korea has set a goal to increase the proportion of renewable energy in its portfolio to 21.6 percent by 2030.
DPP condemned for turning blind eye to Japan's dumping of nuclear-contaminated wastewater into Pacific
The Labor Party, an opposition party on the Taiwan island, staged a protest on Tuesday at the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association in Taipei, expressing their concerns over Japan's decision to dump nuclear-contaminated wastewater into the Pacific Ocean
US reaps profits from "dirty energy gold rush" in Ukraine amid
Lithium: Where does the Road to the Future Lie?
Lithium stocks are back in high gear again, and many believe that due to the acute scarcity of lithium in the next few decades, such securities are a win-win asset. Oddly enough, the development of new technologies paints a somewhat different picture
China suspends plan to build floating nuclear reactors in the South China Sea
Final approval has been withheld for a mega platform intended to power remote islands and infrastructure in the region
Will the EU's Energy Policy Steamroller Stall in the Gas Field?
Who was right in their assessment of the prospects for replacing Russian gas: the European Commission, the IEA, or the analysts from Oxford?
Ukraine War Is Critical in Slovakia’s Elections
In a country that had relied on cheap gas from Russia, the pro-Zelensky prime minister has resigned and a technocratic caretaker government faces a confidence vote in Parliament
Can this South American nation finally get on a sustainable trajectory of oil production growth, and who will help it do so?
The National Debt Trap
Eastern Europe in the Crosshairs of European Integrationists
Petroleum − Hero of the Presidential Race
Will a strategic reserve sale help contain US fuel prices?
Turkish Parliament Approves Sweden’s NATO Membership
An American Appeals to Taiwan: Don’t Vote To Be Ukraine 2.0
White House Says US Can Only Fund One More Weapons Package for Ukraine
US Thinks It’s Powerless to Stop Gaza Genocide
Pentagon Says "Accounting Error" Provides Extra $6.2 Billion in Ukraine Military Aid
Tragic train crash exposes dual nature of Indian industrialization and devt process
It Rarely Looks Like This
China builds world’s first autonomous seaborne drone-carrier
Germany: Handmade Energy Crisis
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