Category Archives: Oil and Gas

The EV Transition: The Quick and The Dead

The transition from the internal combustion engine (ICE) to EVs is now more post-event rationale than prediction. Roadkill A new Economist leader – Roadkill – outlines the inevitability and accelerating pace of the switch to electric vehicles (EVs), suggesting the era … Continue reading

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Energy’s Demand Shock, and The Acceleration of the Fossil Fuel Transition

Oil, gas and coal prices have fallen up to 50% over the past three years, yet according to BP’s latest Statistical Review, total energy demand growth has collapsed 45% at the same time. The average annual energy demand increase of 1.8% pa … Continue reading

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May/June Newsletter

  The May / June Newsletter has been added in the newsletter page  – see here

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The One Equation that Describes the EV Revolution – that No-one Uses

Note – on the basis that each equation loses 50% of readers, I’ll assume only the hard-core readership remain. EVs and other new energy technologies such as PV solar are disruptive. But incumbent auto and oil companies, and industry analysts assume they will follow … Continue reading

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OPEC’s Terrible Choice:  Its Next Cut Could be a Permanent One.

OPEC seems in control of the oil world, but in fact it is terribly constrained. A review of OPEC’s previous production cuts reveals that: –  it cannot sustain a market share strategy –  it takes the lead in output cuts when demand … Continue reading

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