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  1. Electricity you can eat

    Energyharvestingjournal.com - Energy
    Electricity you can eat
    Engineers have created an edible supercapacitor that can wipe out E. coli or power a camera from inside the…
  2. Why the Oil Majors Face Inevitable Decline

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:42 oilprice.com
    Why the Oil Majors Face Inevitable Decline
    The oil majors are at a crossroads and there are growing signs that their business model can no longer last. The combined effects of cheap oil, the increasing difficulty in expanding bookable reserves, and ever-tightening environmental regulation on “unburnable carbon” leave the largest oil companies not only with few growth opportunities, but also with the prospect of being forced into decline. For decades, the largest oil companies pursued a business model that relied upon perpetual gro…
  3. The Offshore Oil Business Is Crippled And It May Never Recover

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:42 oilprice.com
    The Offshore Oil Business Is Crippled And It May Never Recover
    How badly do oil producers want to transition out of the deepwater and focus on shale? And guess what that means for the global oil price? Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM) just paid Seadrill (NYSE:SDRL) $125 million in cash to get out of its commitment to use the West Capella drillship.Source: Seadrill Don’t you wish someone would just pay you $125 million to pack up your things and just go home? The contract that Exxon had on the Seadrill had an expiry date of April 2017. Exxon couldn’t wait that lo…
  4. What's an Amazonian fish doing in a California pond? (+video)

    Csmonitor.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:32 csmonitor.com
    What's an Amazonian fish doing in a California pond? (+video)
    The latest in a string of invasive species being introduced to natural habitats, pacu fish, a cousin of the piranha, have been found in a Petaluma, Calif.,…
  5. Record new global renewable capacity installed in 2015 -report

    Reuters - Energy
    05.31 / 23:23 reuters.com
    Record new global renewable capacity installed in 2015 -report
    LONDON, May 31 (Reuters) - A record amount of renewable power capacity was installed worldwide last year as solar and wind costs fell, becoming more competitive with fossil fuels, research by renewables policy organisation REN21 showed on Tuesday. …
  6. As Beijing flexes muscles in South China Sea, Malaysia eyes harder response

    Reuters - Energy
    05.31 / 23:23 reuters.com
    As Beijing flexes muscles in South China Sea, Malaysia eyes harder response
    MIRI, Malaysia, June 1 (Reuters) - Spotting a large vessel off the coast of Sarawak state in March, officers on a Malaysian patrol boat were shocked when it steamed towards them at high speed, blaring its horn before veering off to reveal "Chinese Coast Guard" emblazoned on its side. …
  7. Why Oil CEOs Are Overpaid

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:06 oilprice.com
    Why Oil CEOs Are Overpaid
    Imagine how workers would behave if they were paid not on the basis of their output or productivity, but simply on time spent at the office regardless of what they were doing with that time. It’s likely that many employees would choose to spend evenings at the office watching TV and eating dinner. Some might even choose to sleep at work. None of this would be helpful to their employers, but it would let the employee receive a bigger paycheck. That situation, as absurd as it sounds, is e…
  8. BP Oil Cargoes in Limbo at Terminal as Venezuela Can’t Pay its Bills

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:06 oilprice.com
    BP Oil Cargoes in Limbo at Terminal as Venezuela Can’t Pay its Bills
    As Venezuela drowns in debt and takes its state-run oil company, PDVSA, down with it, Reuters is reporting that BP has over 2 million barrels of oil stuck at a terminal in the Caribbean over unpaid bills. The cargo of 2 million barrels of U.S. light sweet crude sold by BP cannot be discharged at the PDVSA terminal in Curacao until it’s paid for, according to the news agency, which is relying on unnamed sources and Thomson Reuters vessel tracking data. China Oil and BP reportedly have a t…
  9. End of the Shale Boom in Colorado?

    Oilandgas360.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:03 oilandgas360.com
    End of the Shale Boom in Colorado?
    Remember this Number: #78 Hydraulic Fracturing Effectively Shuts Down in Colorado if Initiative #78 Passes: COGCC Report Roughly 90% of Colorado – 60 Million Acres – would be Taken Out of Play by Proposed Mandatory Setback As a record 38 million Americans took to the nation’s highways for a Memorial Day weekend trip fueled by cheap $2.28 gasoline, the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission[Read More...] The post End of the Shale Boom in Colorado? appeared first on Oil & Ga…
  10. Russia Performing Better in May

    Oilandgas360.com - Energy
    05.31 / 23:03 oilandgas360.com
    Russia Performing Better in May
    In a 7-2 victory over the U.S., Russia took the bronze medal in the world ice hockey championships on May 22. The victory over the team from the United States marked the third time in four years the U.S. has missed out on the chance to win bronze. Artemi Panarin, a Russian native who normally plays for the Chicago Blackhawks,[Read More...] The post Russia Performing Better in May appeared first on Oil & Gas…
  11. Can the US protect the salamander and its essential role in the food chain?

    Csmonitor.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:56 csmonitor.com
    Can the US protect the salamander and its essential role in the food chain?
    A dramatic decline in Europe's salamander population has motivated the US to halt the import and trade of hundreds of salamander species this year and study the health of amphibian communities around the country for signs of…
  12. UPDATE 1-Algerian president fires central bank governor following oil price drop

    Reuters - Energy
    05.31 / 22:47 reuters.com
    UPDATE 1-Algerian president fires central bank governor following oil price drop
    ALGIERS, May 31 (Reuters) - President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Tuesday fired Algeria's central bank chief, who had been under pressure from ruling party critics over his management of fall-out from the 2014-2015 global oil price drop, two government sources said. …
  13. CANADA STOCKS-TSX turns lower as financials fall; ends month 0.8 pct higher

    Reuters - Energy
    05.31 / 22:47 reuters.com
    CANADA STOCKS-TSX turns lower as financials fall; ends month 0.8 pct higher
    TORONTO, May 31 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index turned lower on Tuesday after hitting a new nine-month high, pressured by losses for financial stocks after one of the country's major banks reported results that missed estimates. …
  14. UPDATE 2-Oil tankers in limbo as Venezuela's PDVSA fails to pay BP -sources

    Reuters - Energy
    05.31 / 22:46 reuters.com
    UPDATE 2-Oil tankers in limbo as Venezuela's PDVSA fails to pay BP -sources
    HOUSTON/LONDON, May 31 (Reuters) - Four tankers carrying over 2 million barrels of U.S. crude are stuck at sea and cannot discharge at a Caribbean terminal because Venezuela's PDVSA has not yet paid supplier BP Plc, according to two sources and Thomson Reuters vessel tracking data. …
  15. Sanjel closes sale of Canadian assets

    Theglobeandmail.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:29 theglobeandmail.com
    Sanjel closes sale of Canadian assets
    The holders of $300-million (U.S.) in Sanjel bonds had tried to block the sales on grounds that they were left out of the…
  16. Donald Trump’s Keystone XL grab may be just the start

    Theglobeandmail.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:29 theglobeandmail.com
    Donald Trump’s Keystone XL grab may be just the start
    Mr. Trump clearly sees Keystone XL as a business negotiation, like putting his name on a hotel or…
  17. New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant holds ground on Energy East pipeline

    Theglobeandmail.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:29 theglobeandmail.com
    New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant holds ground on Energy East pipeline
    Mr. Gallant says he still backs Energy East, despite complaints by First Nations about the consultation process and warnings from Ottawa that such projects might be at risk of being ‘economically unviable’ over the long ter…
  18. Why We Need $120 Oil

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:29 oilprice.com
    Why We Need $120 Oil
    $50 per barrel oil is clearly less impossible to live with than $30 per barrel oil, because most businesses cannot make a profit with $30 per barrel oil. But is $50 per barrel oil helpful? I would argue that it really is not. When oil was over $100 per barrel, human beings in many countries were getting the benefit of most of that high oil price: - Some of the $100 per barrel goes as wages to the employees of the oil company who extracted the oil.- Often, the oil company contracts with…
  19. Total Acquires Major Oil and Gas Assets Across East Africa

    Oilprice.com - Energy
    05.31 / 22:29 oilprice.com
    Total Acquires Major Oil and Gas Assets Across East Africa
    French oil supermajor Total SA (NYSE:TOT) has acquired oil and gas installations in east Africa for an undisclosed amount, covering assets in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. The major acquisitions reportedly are in line with Total’s diversification policy, which focuses on building up logistics at a time when cost-profit equations have rendered extraction less attractive. The deal to acquire assets belonging to Gulf Africa Petroleum (GAPCO) includes two logistical terminals, one in Mombasa, K…
  20. Sacramento energy technology company Greyrock pursues Mexican clients with partnership

    BusinessJournals - Energy
    05.31 / 22:28 bizjournals.com
    Sacramento energy technology company Greyrock pursues Mexican clients with partnership
    Sacramento’s Greyrock Energy Inc. said it's formed a joint venture with a Mexican oil exploration and production company to offer pollution-prevention devices in Mexico. Through the joint venture, Greyrock and Compañia Petrolera Perseus will deploy Greyrock technology at existing oil well and production sites. Greyrock CEO Robert Schuetzle decline to disclose financial terms of the deal. Greyrock has developed relatively small gas-to-liquid refineries that convert natural gas and m…