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Why Gustavo Petro’s Fossil Fuel Plan is Bittersweet for Colombian Businesses

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  Newly elected Colombian President Gustavo Petro has pledged that "the world needs an immediate withdrawal from the oil and gas industry", marking a huge step towards net zero emissions. Starting by cutting back production significantly in his own country, Petro's plan is not being received well by local communities who are feeling the full Read more

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Why Gustavo Petro’s Fossil Fuel Plan is Bittersweet for Colombian Businesses
  Newly elected Colombian President Gustavo Petro has pledged that "the world needs an immediate withdrawal from the oil and gas industry", marking a huge step towards net Read more
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Why Have Oil Prices Dropped And What to Make of China’s Reduced Demand
Oil prices have dropped to their lowest level since before the war in Ukraine, after Saudi Arabia and other OPEC+ countries were reported to be considering increasing their output Read more
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The Current US Oil Landscape: Record Profits Among a Diesel Shortage
  Diesel Reserves Hit Extreme Lows Once again, record-low oil reserves are making the headlines in oil and gas. Biden committed to releasing an “additional 15 million Read more
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Decrease in Renewable Energy Costs Could Provide Benefits to Commercial HVAC Technicians
https://marketscale-4.wistia.com/medias/wwf3smdhh6?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640   Solar energy over the past year has become increasingly cheaper to own, Read more
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How the Oil and Gas Industry are Increasing ESG Compliance
   To align with a national push towards more sustainable operations, the oil and gas industry are focused on increasing ESG compliance. What can these companies do to Read more
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What Another 15 Million Barrel Tranche Means for Oil and Gas Prices
https://marketscale-4.wistia.com/medias/xtnc0gyarh?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640   According to Washington Post, the United States is regarded as the world’s Read more

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Why Gustavo Petro’s Fossil Fuel Plan is Bittersweet for Colombian Businesses
November 22, 2022
  Newly elected Colombian President Gustavo Petro has pledged that "the world needs an immediate withdrawal from the oil and gas industry", marking a huge step towards net zero emissions. Starting by cutting back production significantly in his own country, Petro's plan is not being received well by local communities who are feeling the full Read more
Why Have Oil Prices Dropped And What to Make of China’s Reduced Demand
November 22, 2022
Oil prices have dropped to their lowest level since before the war in Ukraine, after Saudi Arabia and other OPEC+ countries were reported to be considering increasing their output after China’s tightened COVID restrictions. Will significantly-low oil prices genuinely hurt the outlook for U.S. demand, and what other geopolitical forces are at play? Read more
The Current US Oil Landscape: Record Profits Among a Diesel Shortage
November 22, 2022
  Diesel Reserves Hit Extreme Lows Once again, record-low oil reserves are making the headlines in oil and gas. Biden committed to releasing an “additional 15 million barrels” from the strategic petroleum reserves, reported Tim Snyder. The genuine concern is the current levels of the diesel reserves are a clear sign of a diesel Read more
Decrease in Renewable Energy Costs Could Provide Benefits to Commercial HVAC Technicians
November 17, 2022
https://marketscale-4.wistia.com/medias/wwf3smdhh6?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640   Solar energy over the past year has become increasingly cheaper to own, operate and distribute. As solar and other renewable resources inch closer to, or beyond, parity with fossil fuels many industries across the globe are considering the Read more
How the Oil and Gas Industry are Increasing ESG Compliance
November 17, 2022
   To align with a national push towards more sustainable operations, the oil and gas industry are focused on increasing ESG compliance. What can these companies do to alter their operations, and what impact will these changes have on their environmental footprint? VP of Business Development at Pioneer Energy, Joseph Palaia gives his Read more
What Another 15 Million Barrel Tranche Means for Oil and Gas Prices
November 7, 2022
https://marketscale-4.wistia.com/medias/xtnc0gyarh?embedType=async&seo=false&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=640   According to Washington Post, the United States is regarded as the world’s oil barrel of last resort, but what does it mean for hundreds of millions of Americans when depletion becomes an addressable concern? On October 19, “the Biden Read more
National Oil Reserves Hit Lows Not Seen Since 1984
October 24, 2022
  Are our current energy resources sufficient enough to protect the security of the United States? According to YCharts, the reserves were around 638M on January 20, 2021, when Biden took office. Six months ago, in March, the Biden administration committed to releasing barrels from the national oil reserve. The commitment combats surging Read more
The Fastest-Growing Employment Areas for 2022
September 20, 2022
As experts predict the U.S. economy could be heading for a recession, the barometer closely watched is layoffs. It’s a topic that is top of mind today. Layoffs in the tech sector have led the charge, with over 42,000 workers in the U.S. tech market cut in 2022. There is still plenty of good news for the overall job market. Rachel Neill, with Carex Consulting Read more
The Possible Achilles’ Heel of EVs and Energy Storage
September 9, 2022
Takeaways Battery technology is progressing slowly and advances in lithium-metal are not yet commercially available Federal EV battery incentives pertain to countries with US free trade agreements: Australia, Canada, and Chile Battery supply is constrained by metal mining and production is limited by complex and costly process technologies More Read more