Articles Related to Fossil Fuels
#58 - October 19 2021
The world is in the midst of a global energy shortage almost entirely due to a fossil fuel supply chain breakdown. Today we analyze where the battle lines are drawn and what the future holds for oil and gas.
Video - June 24 2021
The Coca Cola company was recently named the world’s worst polluter in a global survey, for the 3rd year in a row. In this Video, we discuss how they earned this unfortunate label and suggest what they might do about it.
#46 - June 15 2021
In a ground-breaking recent report, the International Energy Agency signaled the end of the fossil fuel industry. This week, we delve into the media and industry reactions to their monumental proclamation.
#45 - June 3 2021
This week we interrogate the recent revolutionary vote that installed two new members on Exxon’s Board and explain why the WSJ got it wrong when they called it a ‘Proxy Coup’.
#40 - March 19 2021
Bill Gates, previously an advocate for nuclear power, focusses on other clean energy solutions in his new book: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. We look at what he champions now.
#38 - February 23 2021
For environmental impact, China wins. But President Xi has committed to turn things around, so this week, we take a look at what needs to happen to reach his 2060 goal.
#37 - February 6 2021
Yesterday it was Will Ferrell, America and GM. Today it’s Tormund Giantsbane, Norway and Audi. This entertaining EV battle is heating up.
#36 - February 5 2021
In Sunday’s Super Bowl, Will Ferrell will make a huge (and hilarious) EV announcement on behalf of an American auto maker. We take a look at what it all means.
#18 - June 29 2020
Chesapeake Energy, once the second largest natural gas producer in the US, has filed for bankruptcy. Today, in MEMO 18, we detail the factors that are contributing to the collapse of the entire US fracking industry.
#16 - June 12 2020
While most major oil and gas companies are committed to redefining and reinventing themselves, one major player is belligerently refusing to change. In this week’s MEMO 16 we expose this company’s actions and its refusal to take the climate crisis seriously.
#13 - May 11 2020
Barron’s, the respected and trusted resource for the investment community, recently published an article that was bullish on oil. This weekend they printed an admonishing letter in response from our Editor in Chief. Read it in MEMO 13 this week.
#9 - April 15 2020
Since 2005, production of Natural Gas has almost doubled and the price fallen more than 70%. This week’s MEMO 9 mines the details to discover if Natural Gas is actually the ‘bridge to renewables’ it’s made out to be.
#6 - March 20 2020
In this week’s MEMO 6, we investigate the double whammy of the Corona Virus and Climate Change on crude oil prices and explore why it may never go above $50 again.
#3 - February 29 2020
What exactly is the Climate Crisis, what is the Greenhouse Effect and why are oceans rising and arctic ice melting? In this week’s MEMO 3 we attempt to explain it all as simply as possible.
#2 - February 21 2020
In this week’s MEMO 2, we uncover the latest thinking on whether renewables are capable of replacing coal as the source of U.S. power generation.
#1 - February 15 2020
Major investors are looking at the energy sector through very different eyes today as the price of crude plunges. In our first MEMO 1, we take a look at what they are thinking and what actions they are taking.