On 2 June 2014 the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its proposed performance standards to reduce CO2 emissions from existing power stations. In 2012, these stations accounted for about 38.5% of US energy-related CO2 emissions, chiefly from coal. To date, the EPA proposal is the most substantial federal policy initiative aimed at reducing CO2 […]
On 25 June 2013, President Obama issued his Climate Action Plan. This is his Administration’s best effort to tackle the issues, but it also reflects the inability to pass federal climate change legislation. The absence of legislation will weaken US influence in key UNFCCC negotiations that are supposed to result in a global agreement by the end […]
OIES is pleased to announce that Tatiana Mitrova has joined its team working on the energy transition and Russia energy scene.
Could we see $2 gas in Europe in 2020? https://t.co/Qux0RekoW6
Anouk Honoré on gas demand and LNG in Europe: With regasification terminals only being used at about 28 per cent of… https://t.co/BWS6XLhJIe
OIES study on China’s energy security quoted: The preliminary conclusion for China from these tumultuous few weeks… https://t.co/1kuGFzOQWA