May 13 2019

Which Way Up?

It’s been a volatile time in the world’s oldest carbon market. Jahn Olsen analyses what’s driving EU ETS prices and where things could end up for the remainder of Phase III.

May 3 2019

Spanish Election Hands the Biggest Win to Clean Energy

Spain's general election on April 28 resulted in no clear majority, but the result bodes well for decarbonization efforts in this booming renewables market.

May 2 2019

Women Leaders Chart a Path to a Clean Power System

Our jointly authored whitepaper with The Hawthorn Club, Global Trends in the Energy Transition, distills the views of 75 female leaders in the energy sector, from North America, Europe and Australia.

April 23 2019

How China is Looking to Create The Next Green Wave

China was nearly ten years late to the global green bond party, but when the world’s largest emitter of carbon dioxide did show up it certainly made an entrance.

April 23 2019

Bullard: Electric Car Price Tag Shrinks Along With Battery Cost

Choosing an electric car over its combustion-engine equivalent will soon be just a matter of taste, not a matter of cost.

April 15 2019

LNG Tankers Make Money as Offshore Storage, But Not Enough

LNG tankers can make a profit just sitting offshore at present because the spread between the price of gas for delivery next winter and month-ahead prices is so wide they can make a money from storage alone.

April 9 2019

How Lyft Stacks Up Against Its Peers in Four Graphics

Lyft Inc. became the first digital-hailing company in the world to list publicly, at the end of March. So how does it compare to its peers?

April 8 2019

Can Artificial Intelligence Be Ethical Too, EU Asks

Artificial intelligence, and in particular what is termed machine learning, has been getting a lot more attention from two fronts: companies are paying much more heed as AI becomes mainstream, and European institutions.

March 18 2019

Gas Power Plants Break U.S. Operational Efficiency Records

Advances in gas turbine technologies are allowing a new crop of hefty and efficient gas-fired power plants to outperform their peers.

March 18 2019

Panama Canal Vital for U.S. LNG Reaching Key Asian Markets

LNG cargoes from U.S. headed for China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Southeast Asia require transit through the newly expanded Panama Canal Neopanamax locks to cut their journey by a month.


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