The story of energy and the economy seems to be an obvious common sense one: some sources of energy are becoming scarce or overly polluting, so we need to develop new ones.
One might have expected Aussie investors in our major LNG players to have The predominance of analyst and expert opinion on the future of LNG seems to be negative, to say the least. for the exit doors.
Much depends on the hard-to-predict gold price and stability in parts of Africa.
The US$400 billion gas deal signed between Russia's giant state-owned corporation Gazprom and China last week is 16 times larger than its predessor in the supply of gas to China...
The Australian iron ore industry is no place for the faint hearted.
Republicans, Democrats, and environmentalists all have favorite energy myths.
The issue is that to extract oil or any fossil fuel, we have to keep the financial and political systems together.
Kopits reports that all of the major oil companies are reporting divestment programs. Does selling assets really solve the oil companies? problems?
You have to feel sorry for people working in renewable energy.
How long can economic growth continue in a finite world?
The suspension of Philip Nitschke's medical... More
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