Saudi Arabia still not ready to ditch Russia

An intense tug of war is being waged on the global crude horizon

Saudi Arabia still not ready to ditch RussiaStakeholders continue to make interesting moves across the global energy chess board. Six days after U.S. President Joe Biden flew out of Saudi Arabia – without any public commitment from Riyadh to increase crude output significantly – Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman spoke by phone, underlining the importance of…

The role of hydrogen in Alberta

The role of hydrogen in AlbertaEpisode 18 in our DECARBONIZATION series is the second of three episodes on the role of hydrogen in addressing Alberta’s commitment to emissions reduction in energy production. Today’s guest is Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity in Alberta, and features a Q&A panel comprised of Yogi Schulz of Corvelle Consulting, Bill Howell,…

The road to hell is paved with green intentions

The disastrous consequences of the green movement

The road to hell is paved with green intentionsPeople are beginning to understand that “the road to hell is paved with green intentions.” The green movement’s crusade to replace the 84 per cent of energy currently supplied by fossil fuels with windmills, solar panels and biofuels has led to much talk about energy supply and prices. But there’s also a profound human impact.…

No guarantee Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia will bring results

Biden wanted more crude, Mohammed bin Salman needed recognition. The visit served both purposes

No guarantee Biden’s trip to Saudi Arabia will bring resultsWhat did United States President Joe Biden gain from a trip that took him to Saudi Arabia, the state he once promised to make into the pariah he said it deserved to be? What did Biden get from meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, whom he has avoided until now? In response to…

Five reasons why Biden should ask Canada, not Saudi Arabia, for more oil

U.S. and Canada should work together to build new pipelines to strengthen North American energy security

Five reasons why Biden should ask Canada, not Saudi Arabia, for more oilHere’s an important message for U.S. President Joe Biden as he heads to Saudi Arabia tomorrow to ask the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to increase oil production: he should be asking Canada instead. Canada’s oil producers have helped to free American consumers from the world’s oil dictators before and can do it again…

Alberta is committed to emissions reduction

Alberta is committed to emissions reductionThe 17th episode of the DECARBONIZATION series includes three episodes on the role of hydrogen in addressing Alberta’s commitment to emissions reduction in energy production. Today’s guests are Dale Nally, Associate Minister of Natural Gas and Electricity in Alberta, and Yogi Schulz, founding partner at Corvelle Consulting. The series was produced by KEI Network in…

U.S. exporting Canadian natural gas as global LNG demand surges

U.S. transport of LNG to Europe is surging in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

U.S. exporting Canadian natural gas as global LNG demand surgesCanadian natural gas is finding its way to global customers desperate for more LNG, but it’s not because of any export project on Canada’s coasts. Instead, the supply is taking off on ocean tankers as part of the mix from liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals in the United States, according to Deloitte Canada. “It appears…

Does the decline in oil prices signal a coming global recession?

The driver of this bearish sentiment is an overly hawkish response by the Federal Reserve

Does the decline in oil prices signal a coming global recession?Last week, the crude oil markets saw one of the most significant single-day price declines in history. Have the bulls retreated – perhaps for good? Tuesday’s oil price collapse could go down as one of the most memorable moments of the oil market’s tumultuous year, said Josh Owens in his piece for Oilprice.com. Although oil…

Renewable energy dreams have turned into a nightmare. What now?

Maybe it is time to revive the forgotten concept of reduce, reuse, recycle

Renewable energy dreams have turned into a nightmare. What now?It’s not even Calgary Stampede time yet – it looks like it will be a good old-fashioned free-for-all – and I’ve already encountered a fascinating drunken goofball at the top of his game. Nothing unusual there, I suppose, except that this encounter actually had an interesting and thoughtful punchline. It happened on the train to…

Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind on energy

Decarbonization – How the world has lost its mind on energyEpisode #16 continues our Decarbonization series, the last of three featuring David Yager (bio below). The series was produced by KEI Network for Troy Media. We welcome your comments below. David Yager David Yager is an oil service executive, entrepreneur and long-time writer. He has worked in the oil industry since 1970, and from 1987…