Sandia’s Sunshine to Petrol (S2P) team seeks to address the critical national and global issues of growing energy consumption amid increased vulnerability and price volatility of petroleum supplies and climate change risks.
Sandia’s interdisciplinary S2P research team leverages the lab’s extensive experience in concentrating solar power, reactors and reactive structures, systems, materials, and thermodynamics and in several universities. The team is guided by a diverse and experienced external advisory board that provides feedback on research directions in periodic reviews that ensure progress.
Energy and Infrastructure Strategist Dave Fessler compiled this report entitled “Oil Company Death List: These 19 Oil & Gas Stocks Will Die Soon!”
A former colleague at French Banque BNP Paribas emailed to tell me that they seem to love my book over there.
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Well, to my French brothers and sisters, I say merci beaucoup! LOL!
Russia cut gas exports to Europe by 60 per cent today, plunging the continent into an energy crisis 'within hours' as a dispute with Ukraine escalated.
This morning, gas companies in Ukraine said that Russia had completely cut off their supply.
Six countries reported a complete shut-off of Russian gas shipped via Ukraine today, in a sharp escalation of a struggle over energy that threatens Europe as winter sets in.
Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Romania, Croatia and Turkey all reported a halt in gas shipments from Russia through Ukraine.
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In a recent interview, DoubleLine's Jeff Gundlach explained his concerns about the oil market not being "unequivocally good" for everyone.
“Oil is incredibly important right now,” Gundlach said in a recent interview with FuW. “If oil falls to around $40 a barrel then I think the yield on ten year treasury note is going to 1%. I hope it does not go to $40 because then something is very, very wrong with the world, not just the economy. The geopolitical consequences could be – to put it bluntly – terrifying.”