By YaleGlobal: As Wall Street pushes big energy companies into financial engineering, energy dominance shifts to emerging markets.
Saudi Aramco tries to stare down US shale operators. Who blinks first?
The threat hangs over the EU. Eurocrats claim no one would be without natural gas. But a leaked report from the German government explains what fiasco it would be.
The amount of coal on hand is at the lowest level in years, and so are inventories of natural gas. What gives?
Despite Russia’s still high foreign exchange reserves and still strong balance sheet.
It makes an already terrible situation a lot worse.
Theories abound why this is suddenly happening, after years of deceptive calm.
By ISA Intel: The whole sector has taken a hit.
The EU has the grand task of preparing for energy shortages.
What the heck are we going to do with the vast quantity of toxic, radioactive wastewater fracking produces?