Oil & gas M&A deals 2Q21A ramp up

Oil & gas M&A deals 2Q21A ramp up

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The biofuels (ethanol) market

The biofuels (ethanol) market

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Greenwashing sustainability? Investors are watching

Greenwashing sustainability? Investors are watching

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Recycling our waste into energy (WTE)

Recycling our waste into energy (WTE)

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Biodiesel – fuelling the future

Biodiesel – fuelling the future

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Oil & Gas: time for reform?

Oil & Gas: time for reform?

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Saying goodbye to coal – not quite?

Saying goodbye to coal – not quite?

Coal usage, as a source of energy, could become a thing of the past (almost) thanks to China's goal to cut net carbon emissions by 2026 by cutting coal consumption. Key points: Internationally, there is a strong desire and a...

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Vanadium Flow batteries preferred for long energy storage

Vanadium Flow batteries preferred for long energy storage

Is the future of residential energy efficiency in vanadium flow batteries (VFBs)? Vanadium flow batteries are rechargeable batteries that use vanadium ions to store energy instead of say Lithium-ion. Vanadium (V) is a hard, grey transition metal that is found...

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How Texas will keep its heart of energy

How Texas will keep its heart of energy

If fracking does not recover from the oil price war and the slump in demand caused by Covid-19, renewable energy, wind and solar energy are potential investment beneficiaries. The renewables sector is attractive due to high and growing global demand...

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Three Key Trends in Renewables that Make Fossil Fuel Investing Trickier – A Global Outlook

Three Key Trends in Renewables that Make Fossil Fuel Investing Trickier – A Global Outlook

Climate change has long superseded nuclear pollution as the key driver keeping renewable energy on the global agenda. Solar renewable energy has arguably been the greatest beneficiary of the climate change driver and remains the fastest growing source of...

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