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Are We Witnessing The Beginning Of The End For Fossil Fuels?

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : DeSmogBlog

Bloomberg recently declared the era of fossil fuels irrevocably in decline: “The world is now adding more capacity for renewable power each year than coal, natural gas, and oil combined. And there's no going back.” The sea change in...

Fossil Fuel Production (Coal, Oil, Gas) on Federal Lands Falls to Lowest Level in 9 Years, Since 2003

Business & Finance : Carpe Diem

The EIA released data this week on the "Sales of Fossil Fuels Produced from Federal and Indian Lands, FY 2003 through FY 2011," with the following highlights summarized by the Institute for Energy Research: Fossil fuel (coal, oil, a...

Back from the brink: Europe’s oil economy

Utilities / Energy : The Barrel Blog

Europe has long been assumed to play a declining role in the world of oil, a reflection of political and economic stagnation, dwindling North Sea production and efforts to banish fossil fuels. But a run of strong oil consumption sta...

Daniel Kessler: Romney & Co. Support Taxpayer Giveaways to the Country's Most Valuable Corporations

Business & Finance : Huffington Post: Business Blog

Ask yourself: Are the oil, coal and gas going to suddenly move to the North Sea? My guess is that with subsidies or not, Exxon will still want at the fossil fuels here. Want another reason to end these subsidies?

The extra oil tax won't shut down the North Sea

Business & Finance : Money

I wouldn’t myself have introduced Osborne’s North Sea surcharge to fund the fair fuel stabiliser. But the claims by oil and gas companies that it is going to shut down the North Sea are just silly. First, let’s remember that Petrole...


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