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Japan Is Backing Oil and Gas Even After COP26 Climate Talks

“It’s been less than a month since world leaders pledged to combat climate change at the COP26 summit in Glasgow, yet Japan is already showing signs of putting the brakes on divestment from fossil fuels,” according to Bloomberg.

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by Stephen Stapczynski and Tsuyoshi Inajima
Bloomberg

Early Winter Freeze Traps Ships in Arctic Ice, Highlighting Weak Safety Regime

“Early season sea ice has stranded two dozen ships along Russia’s Northern Sea Route. The latest incident raises questions if the current rules of navigation are sufficient to ensure safety as more and more ships travel along the sea route,” according to High North News.

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Early Winter Freeze Traps Ships in Arctic Ice, Highlighting Weak Safety Regime Read Full Article »

by Malte Humpert
High North News

Fracking powers North Dakota town Williston to fastest-growing micro area in America

“‘For the last, let’s say, 12, 14 years, we’ve been in catch-up mode around here – a lot,’ Williston Mayor Howard Klug told FOX Business. ‘What do you do with all the sewage when you double the population and you don’t have any place to put it?’  The mayor’s rather unique concern was the result of one of the biggest economic booms of the past decade: fracking in North Dakota’s Bakken Formation,” according to Fox Business.

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by Tyler Olson
Fox Business

Keystone XL Developer Seeks $15 Billion In Compensation

“Filed with an international arbitration panel, the request has sounded the starting gun on one of the biggest trade appeals against the United States, Bloomberg said in a report on the news, noting that the move was based on the North American Free Trade Agreement, which allows foreign companies to appeal policy decisions made by Washington,” according to Oil Price.

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Keystone XL Developer Seeks $15 Billion In Compensation Read Full Article »

by Irina Slava
Oil Price

North American fertilizer shortage sparks fears of higher food prices

“A global shortage of nitrogen fertilizer is driving prices to record levels, prompting North America’s farmers to delay purchases and raising the risk of a spring scramble to apply the crop nutrient before planting season,” according to The Guardian.

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The Guardian

“Hot Talk, Cold Science” and The Dangers of Centralized Planning in the Name of Climate Change

“When former President Barack Obama says ‘We are nowhere near where we need to be’ in terms of climate change, he’s not  talking about reducing carbon dioxide emissions. The stated goals of the U.N. Paris Agreement that Obama, and other world leaders, embrace are properly viewed as a proxy for a larger agenda aimed at dismantling American independence and freedom,” according to Real Clear Energy.

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“Hot Talk, Cold Science” and The Dangers of Centralized Planning in the Name of Climate Change Read Full Article »

by Kevin Mooney
Real Clear Energy

After COP26, Electric Vehicles Galore!

“I’ve become a connoisseur of the ways pundits deceive themselves that the passenger cars you and I drive, which sit idle 95% of the time, are a solution to global warming. Up pops a specimen every five minutes, including a recent example from Bloomberg News,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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After COP26, Electric Vehicles Galore! Read Full Article »

by Holman W. Jenkins, Jr.
The Wall Street Journal

Strategic Political Oil Reserve

“So why did crude prices tick up? One reason is the release was less than markets expected. For weeks the Administration has been hinting at a coordinated release, so traders overbaked it into prices. Oil stocks also rose smartly— Continental Resources by 8.3%,” according to The Editorial Board fo The Wall Street Journal.

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by The Editorial Board
Wall Street Journal

David Suzuki says pipelines will be ‘blown up’ if leaders don’t act on climate change

“A renowned environmental activist has a stern warning for politicians and global leaders if they fail to act on climate change,” according to CHEK News.

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by Nicholas Pescod
CHEK News

How Tax Credits and Government Subsidies Have Aided the Electric-Vehicle Market

“The government has pushed to accelerate EV adoption by consumers and car makers; lawmakers now have new incentives in the works,” according to The Wall Street Journal.

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by Nora Noughton and Christina Rogers
The Wall Street Journal

Sea Level Alarmism Unravels As Earth’s Coastlines Are Observed Expanding Since 1984

“Despite sea level rise, 1984-2019 satellite data show coastlines have been globally expanding by a net +0.26 m/year,” as reported by What’s Up With That.

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Sea Level Alarmism Unravels As Earth’s Coastlines Are Observed Expanding Since 1984 Read Full Article »

by Charles Rotter
What's Up With That?

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