Wanted – $48 trillion to meet world energy needs to 2035

Clear and credible signals from policy makers needed to lower risks and inspire confidence
Posted On 03 Jun 2014
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Oil giant says profits are assured

World will go on burning more and more oil despite the threat of climate change
Posted On 28 May 2014
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In Conversation with Jules Kortenhorst – CEO Rocky Mountain Institute

Jules Kortenhorst is the Chief Executive Officer at the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI). He is a recognized leader on global energy issues and climate change. His background spans business, government, entrepreneurial, and nonprofit leadership.  GLOBE spoke with Jules about his...
Posted On 09 Feb 2014
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Global Energy Outlook Shows Demand Growth Slowing

Global energy demand continues to grow but that growth is slowing and mainly driven by emerging economies
Posted On 16 Jan 2014
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Enbridge Northern Gateway Project Receives Conditional Approval by Review Panel

We took into account all of the views and evidence on the record in considering whether this project would be in the public interest
Posted On 19 Dec 2013
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“Like it or not coal is here to stay…”

Coal demand will grow at an average rate of 2.3% per year through 2018
Posted On 19 Dec 2013
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Bloomberg LP Launches First Tool That Measures Risk of ‘Unburnable Carbon’ Assets

GLOBE-Net, December 17, 2013 The tool, which can assess how companies might fare in the carbon-constrained economy, is now on the desks of the world’s most influential investors. By Elizabeth Douglass, InsideClimate News In a move that underscores Wall Street’s...
Posted On 17 Dec 2013
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Oil from Bakken to be shipped by rail instead of Keystone XL Pipeline

GLOBE-Net, December 14,2013 Continental Resources, one of the companies that had committed to ship crude on TransCanada Corp’s proposed Keystone XL pipeline, now says they will ship their Bakken oil by rail instead. Continental had previously signed on to ship some 35,000...
Posted On 14 Dec 2013
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