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Where the energy markets will be heading to?

The Kuwait ambassador is hosting a book launch on the 11 March from 6-8pm. the book will be launch by Lord Howell and a number of WEG experts will share their views on where energy markets may be heading.

Windsor Energy Group

Public lands transfer movement watched closely

There has been a growing awareness and attention paid in recent months to a movement among many Western states to transfer millions of acres of federally owned public lands to the states. 963 more words

Blogging

The Windsor Energy Group meeting

The Windsor  Energy  Group  (WEG)  is an MEC working group that addresses  global  energy  issues  and  challenges through discussion and analysis involving senior figures from the public and private sectors.  20 more words

Windsor Energy Group

“Drill Baby Drill”.   Does The President Think We Don’t Remember What He Said?

President Obama has made it nearly impossible to access off-shore and Federal Lands for oil and natural gas development. See here and here. He campaigned in 2012 (He always is campaigning— he is much better at that than governing) saying that “Drill Baby Drill” was an empty slogan which would have no effect on crude oil prices. 497 more words

AGW

Climate: Not much wiggle room on fossil fuels

New study says most existing reserves must remain unused to prevent catastrophic climate change

Staff Report

FRISCO — While frackers and drillers are trying to squeeze every last drop of fossil fuel out of the ground as fast as they can, that path won’t help meet worldwide goals of limiting global warming to two degrees Celsius. 478 more words

Environment

Premier Prentice comments on latest Keystone XL developments

News Release

Premier Prentice comments on latest Keystone XL developments

Premier Jim Prentice issued the following statement after the White House said U.S. President Barack Obama would veto Keystone XL pipeline legislation: 124 more words

VIDEO: CEDP Community Engagement Process

Community Engagement is a critical step for the development of sustainable community energy projects that has often been missed in the implementation of community scale renewable energy projects in Malawi.  694 more words

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