Last year, Tanzania and Uganda signed a deal for the construction of what would become one of the largest infrastructure projects in Africa: the East African Crude Oil Pipeline. Stretching over more than 1,400 km, with a price tag of $3.5 billion, EACOP would take crude oil from…
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Who likes EVs?After the recent survey in the U.S. that suggested many people wouldn’t want to buy an EV even in a high-price fuel environment I thought I’d do…
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Those of you who have been around long enough know I like to see things from a funny perspective, which I have noted more than once is a coping…
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A very interesting column appeared in Reuters at the end of last month. John Kemp, their oil market analyst, wrote that “European Union policymakers…
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This week, Armando, David and I talked about the reliability of wind and solar energy as politicians continue to push for more of both despite…
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Last week, the new chief executive of Anglo American, Duncan Wanblad, warned that there is not enough copper in the world for the energy transition…
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Earlier this month, Texas suffered two energy blows. Neither had anything to do with hydrocarbons but they had everything to do with renewables. To be…
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It’s not really like me to start with unpleasant imagery but sometimes there is no way around it. Anyone who’s ever had a zit knows that popping it is…
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Irina Slav on energy