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Blue Hydrogen has a Methane Problem

Amid the global transition to clean fuel, conventional oil and gas companies appear to have found a way to stay relevant: blue hydrogen. Hydrogen, typically produced by breaking methane inside liquefied natural gas into hydrogen and carbon, is labeled as blue, when all carbon emissions from this process are captured, …

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Existential Threat to Natural Gas in Europe

It is ironic that at a time when natural gas is under existential attack in Europe, high prices are conspiring with those aiming for its demise. Even though such high prices are a temporary phenomenon, they are encouraging and hastening the switch to renewables. High gas prices in Europe are …

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Why The Arctic Matters

Recently, panic struck the southeastern United States as the Colonial Pipeline, the country’s largest fuel pipeline network, shut down after a cyberattack. With 2.5 million barrels per day of gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel suddenly gone, mass panic buying ensued, sending prices into a spiral of volatility. The incident reminded …

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Strong Oil Demand Growth Is Here To Stay

Global oil demand is set to rebound and remain robust for some time, BP’s chief executive Bernard Looney told Bloomberg News on the sidelines of an economic forum in Russia, reiterating views expressed by most forecasters and analysts. “There is a lot of evidence that suggests that demand will be …

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