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Plus, Pence drags ESG into the US culture wars and deployment of renewables picks up steam.
Targets accelerated to invest in renewables plus cut oil and gas consumption in draft proposals
Plus, the SEC considers a new climate disclosure rule and energy security concerns revive a US LNG deal.
Completion of energy deals in roubles would fall foul of ban on central bank transactions.
Plus, Russia deploys energy as a weapon and government revenues from fossil fuels are set for a recording-breaking year
The Chinese renminbi can be a challenger to the US dollar, but it won’t replace it.
Ukraine war could cause more ‘fragmentation’ in global financial system, warns top official.
Volatility triggered by war in Ukraine brings a chance to force corporate investment in decarbonisation.
The nightmare scenario is that the Fed ends up with an inverse Goldilocks situation: rates high enough to hurt growth through the housing market, but too low to get inflation under control.
US president’s vague executive order on digital currencies is described as ‘balanced’
President Nayib Bukele is relying on crypto fans to boost finances amid growing criticism from US and IMF
The world should take lessons from 2008 and brace for a financial and economic shock
When Lucy Carraz moved her investment account to online wealth platform Nutmeg in November, she wanted her money invested in the most environmentally-friendly companies possible.
Governments worldwide are spending at least $1.8tn a year on subsidies in support of heavily polluting industries led by coal, oil, gas and agriculture, according to new research, despite their commitment to climate change targets.
In June of 2020, Heather Morgan wrote a column for Forbes that was headlined, «Experts Share Tips To Protect Your Business From Cybercriminals». Now US authorities are alleging she was more of an expert than she let on.
European scientists have set a new record for the most energy to be generated from nuclear fusion, the latest breakthrough in a decades-long effort to produce power by harnessing the reaction that powers the sun.
Welcome back to another Thursday Energy Source.
Crude prices are up and America’s oil and gas producers are flush with cash. It’s making the sector hard to ignore for Wall Street, even for investors burnt badly by a decade of financial mismanagement in the sector.