A New Energy Tribune

We are moving on and we are just marking a new milestone. Effective today and to emphasize emerging energy areas of the world with potential and voracious readership, the Energy Tribune will be issued in three languages, other than English: Spanish, Greek, and Hebrew. ...

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US Shale’s Seismic Shaking of Gazprom (and Putin)

By Peter C Glover First Putin rubbished it. Then he tried to ignore it. Now the seismic tremors of the US shale gas boom are really being felt in Moscow. Not only are they rattling the Kremlin’s confidence in the future of its energy empire, but they could also prove fatal to Russia’s gas giant, Gazprom. As the Wall Street Journal recently reported, with the formerly “unthinkable” scenario of U.S. energy in ...

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Lebanon Ready To Drill For Offshore Gas

Lebanon Ready To Drill For Offshore Gas

Lebanon is technically ready to start drilling for offshore natural gas reserves, its energy minister said on Monday, after exploration in around half the country's exclusive economic zone was completed. ...

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Money: West vs. East

A country's money supply is made up of two distinct components. State money - the monetary liabilities of a central bank (typically referred to as base, or high-powered, money) - is one element, and is by far the smallest component of the money supply. ...

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Israel Holds Opportunity For U.S. Oil And Gas Firms

Israel Holds Opportunity For U.S. Oil And Gas Firms

Israel Natural Gas Lines' recent announcement that construction has begun on a submerged turret loading buoy linking liquefied natural gas imports to the country's gas transmission system is the latest example of its efforts to diversify its energy mix. However, Israel aims to boost its energy security with domestically produced oil and natural gas. In addition, it aspires to become an LNG exporter. To achi ...

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Spanish Renewable Lessons for Obama

Spain is planning to correct its renewable energy experiment gone wrong by spreading the pain, a powerful lessons for a White House with an incoherent energy policy that has often cited its model as one to emulate. ...

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Money, Where's the Money?

Since September 2007, when the British Government and the Bank of England bungled the Northern Rock affair, one government after another has sent in the boy scouts in an attempt to douse what has become an international economic wildfire. ...

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