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Renewable Energy
30 июля, 08:00

GGP: Playing catch up on Energy Security

The statements, opinions and data contained in the content published in Global Gas Perspectives are solely those of the individual authors and contributors and not of the publisher and the editor(s) of Natural Gas World. The following was provided by Corrs Chambers Westgarth Energy security...

29 июля, 01:01

Renewables Could Overtake Fossil Fuels In South Australia By 2025

Declining renewables and energy storage costs will increasingly squeeze out gas-fired generation in South Australia as early as 2025, a joint research report conducted by Wood Mackenzie and GTM Research shows. The South Australia experience is noteworthy in a global power mix set to increasingly shift to renewable energy. South Australia retired its last coal plant in 2016 and is projected to have installed renewable energy capacity exceed its peak demand by 2020. By 2025, wind, solar and battery costs will fall by 15 percent, 25 percent and 50…

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28 июля, 18:16

Eversource (ES) Q2 Earnings Beat, Revenues Miss Estimates

Eversource Energy (ES) reported second-quarter 2017 operating earnings of 72 cents per share driven by a high level of investment in the company's transmission system and energy facilties.

28 июля, 17:50

Gibraltar (ROCK) Tops Q2 Earnings, Maintains 2017 Guidance

Gibraltar Industries' (ROCK) Q2 earnings came ahead of the Zacks Consensus Estimate. However, lackluster industrial and infrastructure end market conditions depressed its results year over year.

28 июля, 05:18

Focus on Energy to Achieve Paris Goals

Hironori Hamanaka believes the Paris Agreement on climate change remains a key global framework and Asian countries, particularly the People’s Republic of China and India, will play a critical role in achieving its ambitious goals. Hamanaka, until recently Chair of the Board of Directors at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies and previously Japan’s Vice-Minister for Global Environmental Affairs, says action on energy efficiency and investments in renewable energy will be critical. More on ADB's focus on climate change and disaster risk management: https://www.adb.org/themes/climate-change-disaster-risk-management/main

27 июля, 23:30

Balancing out the lulls of wind power with a wider reach across Europe

Europe has seven prevailing weather regimes, a system windfarms could better exploit to even out supply and demandRenewable energy is great in principle, but, some people may say, how do we keep the lights on when the wind fails to blow or the sun doesn’t shine? The issue of “intermittency” is a criticism of renewables, but a study analysing weather patterns across Europe shows that a decent wind is almost always blowing somewhere on the continent. Related: World's first floating windfarm to take shape off coast of Scotland Continue reading...

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27 июля, 18:37

On Energy, Be Careful About Falling In Love

Renewable energy and fossil fuel advocates have one thing in common – an unhealthy tendency to fall in love with a particular energy technology. Each has a cadre of vocal advocates, but each are a bit myopic. The problem is that picking winners and losers based on such biases sells the U.S. short.

27 июля, 17:49

Suncor (SU) Misses Earnings and Revenue Estimates in Q2

Increased costs led to the weaker-than-expected second-quarter results of Suncor Energy (SU)

27 июля, 15:55

Shell braces for ‘lower forever’ oil amid electric vehicle boom

Royal Dutch Shell is bracing for a peak in oil demand by the end of the next decade by edging towards renewable power and the electric vehicle industry. Shell boss Ben Van Beurden said the oil major had changed its company mindset to a “lower forever” oil price environment and is focusing on being “fit for the forties”, in reference to the faltering oil price, which has struggled to remain above the $50 a barrel mark. The group is already shifting its production focus from oil to natural gas, but in its clearest statement of intent to date Mr Van Beurden said that within the next year Shell will reveal early plans for a deeper presence in renewable energy and the electrical chain to tap into the boom in electric vehicles. Ben van Beurden On Wednesday the UK followed France’s pledge to halt the sale of internal combustion vehicles by 2040, just weeks after the world’s fastest growing economies, China and India, also called time on traditional fuel engines. Mr Van Beurden said the “absolutely necessary” backing was welcomed by the oil group, which is already taking into account a “very aggressive scenario” in which oil use could peak in the 2030s. The forecast tipping point is a full decade earlier than predictions from the International Energy Agency. Shell plans to spend $1bn (£760m) a year on its ‘New Energies’ division, which was set up last year to develop hydrogen fuel cells and biofuels that could be used by the aviation and shipping industries to cut their reliance on oil. Shell is already the largest trader of renewable power in the US and said it would look at the role it could play as a system integrator or aggregator of renewable power in addition to its existing solar and wind power assets. However the oil major is wary of venturing too far into unknown territory too soon. Mr Van Beurden assured investors that its advance into low-carbon electricity would be “deliberately capped at a moderate pace”. “I’m sure we will make mistakes, but I don’t want them to be big mistakes,” he said. He added that the new generation of non-combustion vehicles did not “mean it’s game over” for oil. Instead, new oil projects will need to be “resilient in a world where oil has peaked”. “When that will be is not certain. But that it will happen, we are certain,” he said. Demand for traditional fuel was also likely to remain high in less advanced economies and in aviation and shipping, he said. Credit: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg Mr Van Beurden outlined the new company mindset after revealing a trebling of profits to $3.6bn for the last quarter compared to a dismal period in the same months last year. Shell has sold off $25bn of its less profitable assets and slashed costs by 20pc since the oil price crash in 2014 to cut $9bn from its debt pile. The overhaul began in order to rebalance the group after its takeover of gas giant BG Group, but will continue as the support for electric vehicles gathers pace. “The main positive from the numbers was that divestments helped drive a near $6bn reduction in net debt, taking gearing to 25.3pc,” said Lydia Rainforth, an analyst at Barclays Capital. “As we move through the second half of 2017 we do expect gearing to fall further with the likelihood that a share repurchase scheme is started towards year end,” she added. But the bank warned that despite the better than expected earnings, the market is likely to be disappointed by Shell’s cashflows, which took a heavy knock from the relapse in oil prices. Shell’s underlying cashflow was reported at $9bn, lower than Barclays' $9.7bn expectations. Shell's B shares rose 0.5pc to £21.08 in afternoon trade. 

27 июля, 15:36

Australia to build superhighway for electric vehicles beside Great Barrier Reef

AUSTRALIA is building a superhighway offering free charging stations in a bid to boost use of electric vehicles, the northeastern state of Queensland said on Thursday, most of its route fringed by the

27 июля, 12:17

Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) Q2 Earnings Jump on Higher Prices

European oil giant Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) saw its Q2 profits surge thanks to the rebound in oil and gas prices.

26 июля, 18:50

Gunmen Kidnap At Least 10 Oil Prospecting Staff In Nigeria

In the latest blow to the Nigerian oil industry, gunmen believed to be members of the Boko Haram terrorist group have abducted at least 10 people who were on an oil exploration mission in the Islamist group’s stronghold state of Borno in northeastern Nigeria, AFP reported on Wednesday, quoting representatives of the national oil company and colleagues of the people kidnapped. “About 10 staff from the survey and geological department of the University of Maiduguri were abducted on Tuesday,” Ndu Ughamadu of the Nigerian…

25 июля, 23:15

What Energy Sources Power the World?

These satellite maps visualize where different energy sources, like fossil fuels, nuclear, or renewables, are used to generate electricity. The post What Energy Sources Power the World? appeared first on Visual Capitalist.

25 июля, 21:25

China’s Demand For Imported Crude Set To Rise By 400,000 Bpd In 2017

Lower domestic production and continued low oil prices will lead to China’s demand for crude oil imports rising by around 400,000 bpd in 2017, according to a senior manager at Sinopec. Chinese crude oil imports are expected to exceed 400 million tons this year, and to further rise next year, Zhang Haichao, vice president of Sinopec Group, told Reuters on Tuesday. The estimate provided by Zhang means that Chinese demand for foreign crude would rise by 400,000 bpd, and for the first time ever, rising imports could make China the world’s…

25 июля, 20:12

ETFs in Focus Post General Electric Q2 Earnings

General Electric shares fall on weak Q2 performance.

25 июля, 18:57

Kuwait Petroleum In Talks To Set Up Trading Joint Venture

Kuwait’s state-run Kuwait Petroleum Corp (KPC) is discussing a joint venture with commodities traders or international oil companies to start trading refined oil products, Bloomberg reports, citing an official at KPC. The Kuwaiti company is in talks with BP, Shell, and Total, as well as with commodity trading giants Vitol and Glencore regarding a possible joint venture. According to the KPC official, the energy trade joint venture would market fuel from refineries that KPC is building, including the 230,000-bpd Duqm Refinery and Petrochemical…

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25 июля, 18:44

A Stanford Professor Has A Plan To Switch The U.S. To 100% Renewable Energy. Will It Work?

How realistic are the plans laid out in the Solutions Project for 100% reliance on renewables in every U.S. state? This question was originally answered on Quora by Ava Mohsenin.

25 июля, 18:16

First Solar (FSLR) Q2 Earnings: Is a Beat in the Cards?

First Solar (FSLR) is expected to surpass estimates in the second quarter as a result of the booming global solar market.

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25 июля, 16:45

China Just Built A 250-Acre Solar Farm Shaped Like A Giant Panda

In a display of China's commitment to ramping up renewable energy resources, the country just finished a 250-acre solar farm in the shape of a panda. The effort is partially a PR campaign as China continues to lead the world in renewable energy investment.