Archive for the ‘Energy’ Category

Greek Parliament votes in controversial bill on energy

A controversial bill aimed at restructuring the energy regulatory authority to include water and waste management was voted in the Greek Parliament on Tuesday. The Communist Party of Greece and PASOK-Movement for Change (KINAL) called for roll-call votes on the bill as a whole, and on a series of articles related to the transfer of… […]

Oil Slips as Banking Fears Return, Offsetting China Demand Hopes

LONDON—Oil extended losses on Wednesday as unease over Credit Suisse spooked world markets, offsetting hopes of a Chinese oil demand recovery. Early signs of a return to calm and stability faded after Credit Suisse’s largest investor said it could not provide the Swiss bank with more financial assistance, sending its shares and broader European stocks […]

Credit Suisse Unease Sparks Fresh Selloff in World Stocks

LONDON—Renewed unease gripped world markets on Wednesday as news that Credit Suisse’s largest investor said it could not provide the Swiss bank with more financial assistance sent its shares and broader European shares sliding once more. Signs of calm and stability in banking stocks, that have tanked in the past week, following the collapse of […]

Whitney Webb Interview – CIA/Mossad-Linked Surveillance Systems Quietly Installed Throughout The US

Joining me today is Whitney Webb, here to discuss the very alarming development of intelligence-backed surveillance and pre-crime systems being rolled out under a guise of helping/protecting the people, one that her and I discussed in 2020 regarding Carbyne911, and one that is the focus of her recent article. Since 2020, this issue has only […]

Soaring energy prices triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine could push up to 141 million more people into extreme poverty, study finds

“Unaffordable costs of energy and other necessities will push vulnerable populations into energy poverty and even extreme poverty.” Source

Oil Rises on China Demand Optimism and Supply Concerns

LONDON—Oil prices rose on Monday, buoyed by optimism over Chinese demand, continued production curbs by major producers, and Russia’s plans to rein in supply. Brent crude rose 59 cents, or 0.7 percent, to $83.59 a barrel by 1020 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude for March, which expires on Tuesday, was up 58 cents, […]

Shares Edge Up as US Holiday Interrupts Interest-Rate Reality Check

LONDON—Global shares edged up on Monday as a U.S. holiday made for slow trading ahead of minutes of the latest Federal Reserve meeting and a reading on core inflation that could add to the risk of interest rates heading higher for longer. The dollar, which is heading for its largest one-month rise since September in […]

Will the Turkish Earthquake Unleash Science from the Shackles of the Statisticians?

“Can we forecast earthquakes? No. Neither the United States Geology Survey (USGS) nor any other scientists have ever predicted a major earthquake. We do not know how, and we do not expect to know how any time in the foreseeable future.” -United States Geology Survey website On the morning of February 6, 2023 the people […]

Oil Steady as Dollar Slumps and Russian Oil Products Ban Looms

LONDON—Oil prices were steady on Thursday after tumbling in the previous session as a weaker dollar boosted sentiment, though looming sanctions on Russian oil products added uncertainty over supply. Brent crude futures fell 10 cents, or 0.1 percent, to $82.74 a barrel by 0937 GMT while West Texas Intermediate (WTI) U.S. crude futures advanced 1 […]

Expanding Convenience Stores Bet on a Future with Gas Powered Vehicles

Despite government regulations pushing a future filled with electric vehicles (EVs), some large convenience store chains still see gas in the future. Pennsylvania-based Rutter’s plans to build 50 new gas station/convenience stores over the next five years in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, and Delaware, the company announced this week. Rutter’s currently has 84 locations. […]

Australia’s Wholesales Electricity Prices Drop in the 2022 December Quarter

Australia’s wholesale electricity prices have decreased considerably after reaching record highs in 2022 due to disruptions from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, local power station malfunctions and supply issues. According to the latest Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) quarterly energy report, the average wholesale electricity in the National Energy Market (NEM), which covers all states and […]

The Matrix is Real, Human Battery: 6G Tech May Use Humans As Energy Source

When 6G oogy is eventually rolled out to replace 5G, humans might be used as an energy source to power their wearable devices and possibly larger electronics. Science Daily explains: “One of the most promising breakthroughs in 6G telecommunications is the possibility of Visible Light Communication (VLC), which is like a wireless version of fiberoptics, […]

SDG7: The Impossible Energy Transformation

The alleged purpose of the United Nation’s (UN’s) Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7) is to “ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all.” In keeping with Agenda 2030, the target date to achieve this goal is, as you might expect, 2030. As previously discussed, UN documents are couched in fluffy rhetoric. The […]

Spectre of Blackouts Loom as Cold Weather Threatens German Energy Savings Plan

The spectre of future energy blackouts is once again looming in Germany, with the country’s plan to cut consumption falling significantly short amid cold winter weather. Source

Top Biden Administration Official Taking Taxpayer-Funded Trips On Private Jets

A top official in the Biden administration is being criticized for taking multiple taxpayer-funded trips on private government jets. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was found to have taken at least 18 flights using taxpayer-funded private jets since taking office, according to a Fox News Digital exclusive. Buttigieg has been an advocate of increased government intervention […]

Wyoming Sues Biden Administration, Alleges Suspensions of Oil Lease Sales Illegal

The State of Wyoming filed a second lawsuit against the Biden Administration, alleging that its suspension of oil lease sales were illegal. Gov. Mark Gordon (R-Wyom.) announced that his state filed the lawsuit against the Interior Department for the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) decision to halt oil and gas lease sales in the state. […]

Australians Want Government Intervention to Make Energy Affordable

As rising energy prices continue to hit ordinary Australians hard, a new national survey has shown that the country’s energy consumers want to see more government intervention in the energy market. Energy Consumers Australia (ECA), a national advocacy group that represents residential and small business energy consumers, has found in their latest Energy Consumer Sentiment Survey, that […]

50 Clean Tech Firms Call for Millions of New Solar Panels, Batteries in Ambitious 5-Year Net Zero Plan

Over 50 cleantech firms have outlined an ambitious five-year plan that they claim can cut emissions in Australia by 81 percent by 2030—a more ambitious target than the one set by the current Labor government. On Nov. 24, global brands like Toshiba, Vestas, and Schneider Electric backed a new report from the Beyond Zero Emissions […]

Oil Prices Ease to Near 2-month Lows on China Demand Fears, Dollar Strength

LONDON—Oil prices slipped to trade near two-month lows on Monday, having earlier slid by around $1 a barrel, as supply fears receded while concerns over fuel demand from China and U.S. dollar strength weighed on prices. Brent crude futures for January had slipped 51 cents, or 0.6 percent, to $87.11 a barrel by 1205 GMT. […]

Dane Wigington Interview – Geoengineering & Climate Change: Gambling With The Human Species

Joining me today is Dane Wigington, founder & editor of Geoengineering Watch, here to discuss one of the most obvious lies of the past century, and that is the coverup of the use of geoengineering to alter the weather and our environment. Despite being a publicly admitted effort today, this is still regarded as science […]

What Kiwis need to know about the shutting down of the Marsden Point Oil Refinery

From Liz Gunn @ Youtube: EWR comment: note you can read the info & download the report at website link below. The interview however is more in depth. We speak with David Trotter (lead researcher and author) & Levi Wulf (sub researcher and editor), who along with Karl Barkley (nautical tracking and sub research), have […]

Lebanon Signs Maritime Border Agreement With Israel, Provocation Until The End

Lebanon and Israel have concluded a maritime-border demarcation agreement, granting Lebanon the right to explore and extract natural gas from the Qana field prospect to its coast. The agreement may have averted not only a Lebanon-Israel war, but also tells us a lot about the strategic thinking of Lebanese Hezbollah and how it achieved granting […]

Fetterman on Why He Changed from 2018 Opposition to Fracking: I Supported it in 2017

During a portion of an interview aired on Tuesday’s edition of “CNN This Morning,” U.S. Senate candidate and Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D) responded to a question on what caused him to change his 2018 opposition to fracking given Source

VOCI – The Great Starvation Is Here

The War on Food: Achieving Self-Funding Local Sovereignty as Global Food Systems Collapse   The post VOCI – The Great Starvation Is Here appeared first on EURO·FOLK·RADIO. Source

Greek NGO warns worsening food, energy poverty amid rocketing prices

The report shows that 64 per cent of Greek households cut down on other needs and 36 per cent cut down on some of their basic needs in order to manage amid the energy crisis. ATHENS, Oct. 24 The rising cost of energy has placed a heavy burden on many Greeks, with every other household… […]

Egypt-PA Deal On Gaza Gas Fields Likely Won’t Serve Palestinians, But Israel Instead

Reports have emerged indicating that a deal between the Palestinian Authority and Egypt, over the extraction of natural gas that is located off the coast of the besieged Gaza Strip, could be within reach. Although this has been hailed as a positive development by Ramallah and Cairo, the issue could cause more harm than good […]

Will The US Punish Saudi Arabia Over Oil Production Cut?

US President Joe Biden has declared that “there will be consequences” for Saudi Arabia’s decision, along with OPEC+, to cut oil production. Yet it is unlikely the US Government will act to punish Riyadh. if they do, then it will fit in as the next piece in a long saga of mob-mentality global politics. US […]

Israel To Replace Russia Gas For The EU — But At What Cost?

As the war in Ukraine rages on, the European Union has been seeking alternative sources of natural gas and had chosen Tel Aviv as one of the providers to replace Russia. Yet, by signing a deal with both Israel and Egypt to make this possible, the EU could have encouraged a new Israel-Lebanon war. Amidst […]

Have the Markets Found a Bottom?

While the fourth quarter has only just begun, the end of the year can’t come fast enough for Wall Street. The year 2022 has been disastrous for investors. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down 22 percent, the S&P500 has fallen 25 percent, and the NASDAQ Composite has dropped a whopping 33 percent for the […]

Did Aunt Biddy Blow Up the Nord Stream Pipeline?

  When in doubt, blame Russia, but I think we know better!!     More:     Whoever did it, it is going to be a VERY COLD winter in Europe! The post Did Aunt Biddy Blow Up the Nord Stream Pipeline? appeared first on EURO·FOLK·RADIO. Source

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