Sizing up Asia Pacific potential

    June 22, 2015 4:16 PM by NickS

    Determining the Asian Pacific’s energy demand potential doesn’t look difficult initially. Its economic growth is relatively strong, so it could be substantial. Pinning down what countries there actually will do is much harder . . .

    Albertans vote for change

    June 11, 2015 11:40 AM by NickS

    Alberta’s voters sent a strong message on May 5 when they ended decades of Conservative rule and elected Rachel Notley, the New Democratic Party’s candidate, as their new premier in a special election. . . .

    Playing by NCAC’s rules

    June 5, 2015 4:45 PM by NickS

    The conference’s focus was better than average: Consider economic, social, and security consequences if governments were to follow some environmentalists’ advice, and not produce their countries’ energy resources because the climate consequences would be too dire. . . .

    Kerry lists Arctic challenges

    May 28, 2015 1:51 PM by NickS

    Secretary of State John F. Kerry emphasized cooperation as he assumed the Arctic Council’s chairmanship for the next two years on the US’s behalf. He also did not hide the urgency he feels about accelerating climate change in the Far North. . . .

    Five years after Macondo

    May 21, 2015 1:11 PM by NickS

    It would have been an understatement on Apr. 20 to say offshore oil and gas changed after the Macondo deepwater well accident and crude oil spill 5 years earlier. . . .

     

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