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by dkoplow on Feb 17, 2015 | Read More | Give Feedback
A lack of access to modern energy services continues to be a major contributing factor to poverty and human suffering throughout the world.  The International Energy Agency e
crowding out social spending, energy poverty, energy subsidies, externalities, global
by dkoplow on Jan 23, 2015 | Read More | Give Feedback
More than most mainstream publications, The Economist has regularly covered energy subsidies and consistently called for their elimination.  Too many newspapers pick and choose which
Alberta, externalities, fossil fuel subsidies, Keystone XL, pipelines, tar sands, The Economist
by dkoplow on Jul 23, 2014 | Read More | Give Feedback
Transocean owns operates complex offshore oil rigs, including the one that blew out in the Gulf of Mexico back in 2012, killing 11 workers and despoiling the Gulf of Mexico.  There do not appe
corporate inversion, Deepwater Horizon, master limited partnership, MLP, offshore rigs, Oil subsidies, Transocean
by dkoplow on Jul 16, 2014 | Read More | Give Feedback
The IEA is producing two detailed assessments on nuclear energy in the coming months.  The first, a chapter in their vaunted World Energy Outlook, will examine
IEA, nuclear subsidies, power storage, Technology Roadmap, World Energy Outlook
by dkoplow on Jul 15, 2014 | Read More | Give Feedback
Two important publications on fossil fuel subsidies were released last week, though covering quite different aspects of the problem.  The first, by Oil Change International in Washington, DC,
Arctic oil rush, fossil fuel subsidies, Prirazlomnoe, Russia, US, Yamal LNG

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