Tagged With Renewables
Letter from South America: Petro plots course for transition
5 July 2022
Colombia’s new president has no interest in arresting decline in the country’s oil and gas production
Three key hurdles for Vietnam’s LNG-to-power sector
16 May 2022
Tariffs, location and bureaucracy are obstacles to be overcome to drive greater use of gas in Vietnam’s power sector
Outlook 2022: US bipartisanship and regional divergence
22 November 2021
The North American powerhouse will need to develop several energy transitions to green its economy, but has taken important baby steps
Limited role for gas in India's energy mix
8 June 2021
Gas is caught between present reliance on coal and future growth for renewables
Policy measures key to US net-zero goal
4 March 2021
The new administration has set lofty low-carbon ambitions but must take radical action to overhaul the nation’s energy mix
Middle East energy transitions continue apace
30 November 2020
Renewables, desalination and hydrogen are all attracting official support and investment
Letter from Norway: Tax stimulus medicine gets to work
23 November 2020
New legislation aids the country in reaching peak hydrocarbon production. But increased interest in renewables still poses stranded resources risk
Industry seeks to replicate Taiwan wind success throughout Asia
30 October 2020
Opportunities to invest in offshore wind energy developments are being created by government measures from Japan to India
Australia battles to become renewables superpower
1 October 2020
Initiatives to create market certainty and fix system constraints are creating an attractive investment environment
Fukushima still looms over energy decisions
11 September 2020
Japan ignores strategic low-carbon energy options and risks muddling through by adding more coal
IEA’s Birol ‘optimistic’ amid ‘huge challenges’
10 September 2020
Governments need to take a leading role in supporting technological development and tackling the emissions of legacy power and industrial facilities, he says
Japan wastes chance for energy rethink
4 September 2020
The end of the Abe era is unlikely to lead the country to increase its unambitious target for renewables
Berlin faces battle over climate targets
28 August 2020
The German presidency of the EU Council aims for a recovery fuelled by renewables, but there is disagreement among member states over key climate targets
Biden win poised to reshape US energy policy
21 August 2020
A Democratic victory could spell an end to hostilities with the Islamic Republic of Iran and send a jolt through the global oil market
Letter from Australia: Canberra’s gas vision in crisis
21 August 2020
Opposition politicians and media sniff blood over an economic revival strategy driven by natural gas, rather than renewables
Turning the tide on ocean energy
13 August 2020
Tidal power facilities offer a clean and renewable energy but have struggled to attract the investment to finance substantial capex. The development of movable structures may mean this will change
Covid-19 is accelerating the move to renewables
28 May 2020
The pandemic and resulting fall in demand for energy is hitting the willingness to fund oil and gas projects more than those involving renewable energy
No killer app for Asia’s transition
19 December 2019
Japan's government is seeking to get as close as possible to carbon neutral by 2050
Preparing the US for the energy transition
3 September 2019
Former President Obama special assistant Jason Bordoff says that government and industry need to work together to tackle climate change
UAE aims to balance its diversification books
2 July 2019
The UAE's ambitious plans to sustain its petrodollars while evolving as a green pioneer will not come cheap. Is the capital available?
Big names target Australian renewables
27 June 2019
Falling solar and battery storage costs, combined with a desire to save on infill gas use, are luring majors into Australia’s renewables generation sector
Energy transition fears drive short-term focus
23 April 2019
The world will still need oil and gas for the foreseeable future. But concerns over how much and for how long are stifling investment
European gas: an industry in denial?
12 March 2019
The natural gas sector needs to be prepared for declining demand after the mid-2020s—and there are doubts that it is
India joins aviation renewables club
30 August 2018
More airlines are starting to use alternative fuels, but still on a very limited basis
India embraces gas and renewables
6 July 2018
With prime minister Narendra Modi now less than a year away from a general election, his energy successes and failures will be in the spotlight
UAE—all hands on deck
7 March 2018
The country is adopting a new energy identity which gives emirates, other than kingpin Abu Dhabi, greater and more diverse roles
Lunar lunacy and bot battles
31 January 2018
An exclusive preview of our glorious leader's preface to the 2043 edition of Outlook
US energy: what to watch in 2018
3 January 2018
Oil production, trade, renewables and technology top our list of major questions facing America's energy industry heading into the new year
The clock is ticking
1 December 2017
Harald Welzer's predictions in his book Climate Wars may be intellectually sound, but we hope he's wrong
Panama puts itself forward
10 November 2017
The Central American nation wants to make the most of its geographical position to supply the rest of the continent with energy
Perry stirs gas versus coal fight
25 October 2017
US energy secretary's subsidy plan gets a roasting
Help at hand in India
13 October 2017
Conservation, EVs and renewables can play their part. But India wants much more yield from its own oil and gas resources too
New Zealand: Progress in the Pacific
11 October 2017
Ambitious targets on emissions must be met alongside economic growth
What future for renewables investment?
22 September 2017
Cutting subsidies from clean-energy projects has hurt banks and private equity investors – but there are still opportunities
Climate change: European disunion
19 September 2017
Consensus across the continent on energy and emissions policy is severely lacking
France's Macronenergy
4 September 2017
France's new president has plans to transform his country's energy market. They are on a breathtaking scale
Upstream spending slides, cost-cutting kicks in
11 July 2017
The oil industry has tightened its belt several notches, getting better at extracting more oil for less money, says the IEA
Saudi Arabia pivots east
9 May 2017
Asia will remain the driving force behind global energy demand growth, and the kingdom is poised to meet the region's needs
Energy leaders embrace new frontiers
18 April 2017
Energy leaders are adapting to a rapid change of pace and identifying new priorities
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