France’s Engie Starts Operations at Malaysian Solar Power Project

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Environmental Organizations Adopt Climate Litigation Tactics To Push Gas Bans

Environmentalist groups have been trying to chip away at residential natural gas for several years with increasingly restrictive building codes and building decarbonization mandates. Now the campaign is taking a leaf out of the climate litigation playbook, turning to the courts to try to pressure utilities to reduce emissions by reducing the type of energy


Challenges persist in resin distribution

North American resin distributors have more material for their customers than they did a year ago, but challenges remain even as sales volume continues to grow. This post appeared first on Plastics News.


Vanguard Group Out to Lay Foundation for More Green Grifting

Vanguard Group Out to Lay Foundation for More Green Grifting Jim Willis on NGL Pipelines Editor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN)   [Editor’s Note: The Vanguard Group is the appropriate target of some FERC questioning of its motives, which appear to be lay a foundation for utility control and future grift.] The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s


Oil Prices Ease as Aramco Says Ready to Boost Crude Output

“We are confident of our ability to ramp up to 12 MMbbl/d any time there is a need or a call from the government or from the ministry of energy to increase our production,” Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser said in regards to potentially raising its crude output. This post appeared first on Hart Energy.