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Agnes Callamard said: “The threat of the use of military force by Russia is already affecting the human rights of millions of people in Ukraine and beyond,” External link

reliefWeb Friday, January 28, 2022 3:10:00 AM CET

Agnes Callamard said: “The history of Russia’s military interventions be it in Ukraine or Syria, or its military campaign at home in Chechnya is tainted with blatant disregard for international humanitarian law. The Russian military repeatedly flouted the laws of war by failing to protect civilians and even attacking them directly. Russian forces have launched indiscriminate attacks, used banned weapons and sometimes apparently deliberately targeted civilians and civilian objects a war crime,” External link

reliefWeb Friday, January 28, 2022 3:10:00 AM CET

Agnes Callamard said: “It is frightening to imagine what scale the refugee crisis could reach in the event of escalating hostilities in Ukraine. It will be a continent-wide humanitarian disaster with millions of refugees seeking protection in neighbouring European countries,” “Ukraine is currently the destination for those seeking protection when fleeing from Russia, Belarus and Central Asian countries. Should Russia use military force against Ukraine, this will no longer be the case and they will have to seek refuge in other countries” External link

reliefWeb Friday, January 28, 2022 3:10:00 AM CET

Agnes Callamard said: “A further armed conflict in the very centre of Europe involving a nuclear power and potentially drawing in other countries threatens to disrupt the entire system of geopolitical checks and balances with unpredictable implications on human rights globally,” “If the West and Russia enter into a more bitter confrontation, this could potentially lead to more active intervention of the parties in regional conflicts throughout the world, weaponization of energy policy, and more countries prepared to use force as part of their foreign policy” External link

reliefWeb Friday, January 28, 2022 3:10:00 AM CET

Fatih Birol told: “There is a gross mismatch, and the longer this mismatch persists the greater the risk of further sharp price swings and increased volatility in the future,” External link

oilprice Friday, January 28, 2022 12:37:00 AM CET

Chris Sutton said: “are eventually going to become a significant part of a car retailer’s business,” External link

techconflict Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:16:00 PM CET

Chris Sutton said: “By providing their sales and service expertise, and as an educational resource for customers, they add value to automakers,” External link

techconflict Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:16:00 PM CET

Chris Sutton said: “The EV owner might trust the dealers more to perform service than the aftermarket shops earlier in their ownership period,” External link

techconflict Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:16:00 PM CET

Travis Hester said: “Service is critical to what our dealers do today and will be in the future,” External link

techconflict Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:16:00 PM CET

Chris Sutton said: “The dealer network has been around for a long time because they are able to pivot to where the market is and what customers expect and require,” External link

techconflict Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:16:00 PM CET

Gus Bilirakis explained: “Despite Europe’s decades-long push toward green and renewable energies, the surge in energy prices has ironically led to the increased use of coal to meet demand,” External link

greekreporter Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:14:00 PM CET

Gus Bilirakis said: “The Biden Administration’s actions in this matter are particularly objectionable and hypocritical in light of its tacit approval of Russia’s Nord Stream pipeline, which will only deepen Europe’s energy dependence on a volatile adversary,” “The Administration must realize the significant economic, environmental, and national security implications that are at stake in this matter and reconsider its decision to withdraw support for this critical project” External link

greekreporter Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:14:00 PM CET

Tony Blinken told: "It sets out a serious diplomatic path forward should Russia choose it," External link

polandsun Thursday, January 27, 2022 9:55:00 PM CET

Юрий Витренко argues: “Germany should ensure that Gazprom cannot obstruct us,” “They must do so before Nord Stream 2 is completed, while Germany retains the essential leverage” External link

vestnikkavkaza Thursday, January 27, 2022 9:18:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson said: "Tough sanctions would rattle commodity markets," "It appears that a number of commodity markets are starting to at least price in some geopolitical risk around the growing tension between Russia and Ukraine. There is still plenty of uncertainty over how the situation will evolve" External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson stated: "Natural gas would likely receive the most attention, particularly in Europe. The region is already dealing with an extremely tight gas balance. Therefore, any further reduction in Russian gas flows to the region would leave the European market vulnerable," External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson explained: "Pipeline flows come through several pipelines via Ukraine, the Yamal-Europe pipeline via Belarus, the Nord Stream pipeline and the TurkStream pipeline. Nord Stream 2, which is now complete, is awaiting regulatory approval before Russian gas can flow through it. However, the U.S. has already made it clear that in the event of sanctions, Nord Stream 2 would be targeted," "It would be difficult for Europe to stomach sanctions which effectively cut off Russian gas supply" External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson added: "Russia is the second-largest oil producer in the world, with production averaging around 10.5MMbbls/d in 2021 … A large part of this crude is processed in domestic refiners, but a sizeable amount of it is still exported … This makes Russia the second-largest crude oil exporter after Saudi Arabia. Any potential action taken, which impacts a large share of these exports, would likely push the global market into deficit and would be extremely bullish for oil," External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson said: "Russia [is] the largest aluminum producer, after China. The global aluminum market is in deficit at the moment, and so any disruption to these flows would only push the market further into deficit," External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson described: "Russia is the world's largest palladium producer, while it is also an important nickel producer, a market in which there are already concerns over tightness, given the strong demand dynamics," External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Warren Patterson said: "The country has produced more than 85mt a season in recent years, and annual exports amount to close to 40mt, which makes up almost 20% of global wheat trade," "In the proposed sanction package from the U.S. Democrats, the food & agricultural industry is not mentioned. However, sanctions against financial institutions (and possibly even cutting Russia off from the SWIFT system) could make trade more difficult" External link

kitco Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:56:00 PM CET

Tony Blinken told: "It sets out a serious diplomatic path forward should Russia choose it," External link

europesun Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:17:00 PM CET

Soo Kim added (about Lee Jae-myung): “which one can we tolerate for the next five years,” “Hopefully, either Lee or Yoon will be able to disprove that” External link

foreignpolicy Thursday, January 27, 2022 7:39:00 PM CET

Tony Blinken told: "It sets out a serious diplomatic path forward should Russia choose it," External link

rfi-en Thursday, January 27, 2022 6:52:00 PM CET

Ryan Wilson said: "If sanctions involve the limitation or prevention of capital inflows to fund new renewable energy projects, this has the potential to severely limit the expansion of Russian renewable energy capacity," External link

cleanenergynews-ihsmarkit Thursday, January 27, 2022 6:19:00 PM CET

Seema Shah wrote: "As supply constraints ease, inflation will fall through 2022, and so monetary tightening pressures will fade," External link

independent-ie Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:17:00 PM CET

Jane Foley said: "What cheap money has done is provide a safety blanket from bad news," External link

independent-ie Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:17:00 PM CET

Андрей Богдан added: “We will dismiss people, our industry will grow, our budget revenues will fall, and our economy will boom based on the price of gas and electricity,” External link

moderndiplomacy Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:15:00 PM CET

Юрий Витренко argues: “Germany should ensure that Gazprom cannot obstruct us,” “They must do so before Nord Stream 2 is completed, while Germany retains the essential leverage” External link

moderndiplomacy Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:15:00 PM CET

Gus Bilirakis explained: “Despite Europe’s decades-long push toward green and renewable energies, the surge in energy prices has ironically led to the increased use of coal to meet demand,” External link

greekreporter Thursday, January 27, 2022 4:14:00 PM CET

Gus Bilirakis said: “The Biden Administration’s actions in this matter are particularly objectionable and hypocritical in light of its tacit approval of Russia’s Nord Stream pipeline, which will only deepen Europe’s energy dependence on a volatile adversary,” “The Administration must realize the significant economic, environmental, and national security implications that are at stake in this matter and reconsider its decision to withdraw support for this critical project” External link

greekreporter Thursday, January 27, 2022 4:14:00 PM CET

Marcus Ferdinand said: “A prolonged heavy coal burn, in combination with reduced exports from Europe’s most important coal supplier, Russia, as a result of conflict, have the potential for another perfect storm for energy markets,” External link

kelo Thursday, January 27, 2022 4:01:00 PM CET

Steffi Lemke told: “The federal government is monitoring the behavior of market players very closely and is examining possible regulatory steps,” External link

california18 Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:02:00 PM CET

Steffi Lemke said: “We are currently dealing with price surcharges that are driving up the price of electricity to up to 90 cents per kilowatt hour,” “This can in no way be justified by what is happening on the market” External link

california18 Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:02:00 PM CET

Ned Price said (about Vladimir Putin): “To be clear, it is not leverage for [Russian President] Vladimir Putin,” “I want to be very clear: If Russia invades Ukraine, one way or another, Nord Stream 2 will not move forward, and we want to be very clear about that” External link

theepochtimes Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:32:00 PM CET

Ned Price said: “We have done everything we can to signal in meaningful and sincere ways that dialogue and diplomacy is what we prefer just as we continue down that path of defense and deterrence,” “We have provided in the last year more than $650 million in defensive security assistance. That’s almost 300 tons in defensive security assistance to the Ukrainians. More deliveries are on their way as we speak,” External link

theepochtimes Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:32:00 PM CET

Jane Foley said: "What cheap money has done is provide a safety blanket from bad news," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:55:00 PM CET

Will Webster said: "If the Russians reduce deliveries of gas to Europe, then it has to come from somewhere else, most likely as shipments of liquefied natural gas. That will increase competition for supplies, driving up prices and consumer bills even more. Conversely, any additional gas we produce ourselves will help alleviate this process. " External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:06:00 PM CET

Elling Nygaard said: “We’re extremely pleased to enter this Memorandum of Understanding with L&T, an E&C powerhouse which is the perfect partner to establish HydrogenPro in the Indian market, a huge and growing energy market with tremendous potential for hydrogen-based solutions,” External link

moneycontrol Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:03:00 PM CET

Jane Foley said: “What cheap money has done is provide a safety blanket from bad news,” External link

metro-us Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:03:00 AM CET

David Chao said: “There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference,” External link

metro-us Thursday, January 27, 2022 11:03:00 AM CET

Jane Foley said: “What cheap money has done is provide a safety blanket from bad news,” External link

financialpost Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:44:00 AM CET

David Chao said: “There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference,” External link

financialpost Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:44:00 AM CET

Jane Foley said: "What cheap money has done is provide a safety blanket from bad news," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:32:00 AM CET

David Chao said: "There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:32:00 AM CET

Jim Robo said: “Right, go plant some trees and we get to net zero, or we’ll get to net zero as long as the technology works for carbon capture,” External link

focustechnica Thursday, January 27, 2022 10:07:00 AM CET

Natasa Pilides said: “The €657m of CEF funding approved for EuroAsia_HVDC is excellent news for Cyprus,” External link

knews-kathimerini Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:07:00 AM CET

Kadri Simson said: “Recent months have reminded us again how crucial a well-integrated EU energy market is for ensuring affordable energy and security of supply, as well as the clean energy transition,” External link

knews-kathimerini Thursday, January 27, 2022 8:07:00 AM CET

David Chao said: "There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 7:11:00 AM CET

Matt Simpson said: "The interesting play seems to be that yield differentials matter again, so we've got a decent set-up on dollar-yen. If you look at the yield differential between the 2-year on the U.S. and the Japanese, it's just shot up," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 7:11:00 AM CET

Matt Simpson said: "When you see gold falling with stocks it's usually a signal that things aren't so well, but you can really tie everything back to the Fed raising rates, the dollar screaming higher with the yields, everything else is going the opposite way," External link

4-traders Thursday, January 27, 2022 7:11:00 AM CET

Kadri Simson said: “While we have made remarkable progress in the last decade with making our market better connected, more can and should be done. I want to particularly highlight the EuroAsia interconnector, that will bring an end to the energy isolation of Cyprus and link it to the rest of Europe,” External link

FinancialMirror Thursday, January 27, 2022 6:52:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: "Continued supply challenges and mounting Russia-Ukraine tensions continue to support crude oil prices. It is down slightly today but I think it is nothing more than a technical move," External link

business-standard Thursday, January 27, 2022 6:42:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: "real supply challenges both within OPEC and the U.S. ... have been the main drivers in pushing the market higher," External link

business-standard Thursday, January 27, 2022 6:42:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: “Continued supply challenges and mounting Russia-Ukraine tensions continue to support crude oil prices. It is down slightly today but I think it is nothing more than a technical move,” External link

wsau Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:12:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: “real supply challenges both within OPEC and the U.S. … have been the main drivers in pushing the market higher,” External link

wsau Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:12:00 AM CET

David Chao said: "There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference," External link

en-finance-yahoo Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:00:00 AM CET

Matt Simpson said: "The interesting play seems to be that yield differentials matter again, so we've got a decent set-up on dollar-yen. If you look at the yield differential between the 2-year on the U.S. and the Japanese, it's just shot up," External link

en-finance-yahoo Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:00:00 AM CET

Matt Simpson said: "When you see gold falling with stocks it's usually a signal that things aren't so well, but you can really tie everything back to the Fed raising rates, the dollar screaming higher with the yields, everything else is going the opposite way," External link

en-finance-yahoo Thursday, January 27, 2022 5:00:00 AM CET

David Chao said: "There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference," External link

straitstimesSG Thursday, January 27, 2022 4:21:00 AM CET

Mike Coffin said: “You can see the same story with overinvestment in gas,” External link

printveela Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:56:00 AM CET

David Chao said: “There was a marked shift in terms of a relatively dovish statement and then a relatively hawkish press conference,” External link

metro-us Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:30:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: “Continued supply challenges and mounting Russia-Ukraine tensions continue to support crude oil prices. It is down slightly today but I think it is nothing more than a technical move,” External link

metro-us Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:30:00 AM CET

Howie Lee said: “real supply challenges both within OPEC and the U.S. … have been the main drivers in pushing the market higher,” External link

metro-us Thursday, January 27, 2022 3:30:00 AM CET

Mark Hutchinson added: “Does the price of offshore wind change when the price of LNG changes or the price of coal changes? No, there’s no change and this brings predictability to power prices,” External link

eco-business Thursday, January 27, 2022 2:31:00 AM CET

Dave Jones said: “Renewables haven’t emerged as the main winner from the coal and gas crisis,” External link

eco-business Thursday, January 27, 2022 2:31:00 AM CET

Dave Jones said: “It’s still early days, but there’s a big bubble of people wanting to invest in LNG and gas power plants — but that bubble is going to quickly die out,” “If that gas bubble is popping, and you still want to be phasing down coal, it means renewables need to grow twice as fast” External link

eco-business Thursday, January 27, 2022 2:31:00 AM CET

Mark Hutchinson said: “It was not something that had been fully anticipated. But it’s something that will inevitably happen again,” External link

eco-business Thursday, January 27, 2022 2:31:00 AM CET

Mark Hutchinson said: “If it doesn’t happen faster, more gas and coal plants will have to remain operational until energy storage catches up,” External link

eco-business Thursday, January 27, 2022 2:31:00 AM CET

Sergey Lavrov said: “If the West continues its aggressive course, Moscow will take the necessary retaliatory measures,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:38:00 AM CET

Matthew Schmidt said (about Mr Putin): “The risk with the letter sent by Secretary of State Blinken is that if Putin doesn’t see a way out in the letter, he may feel his only option is going in to Ukraine,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:38:00 AM CET

Dan Poneman said: "Whether you look at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and their famous 1.5 degree report, or you look at the International Energy Agency and their scenarios, if you want to have a prayer to get anywhere close to the Paris climate targets of constraining the temperature rise to 2 degrees Centigrade over pre-industrial levels, then you need probably to at least double the contribution of nuclear," External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Jay Wileman said: "If you're going to be net zero, nuclear is going to have a place, but you're not guaranteed a seat at the table unless you can be cost competitive with other forms of generation. It's great to be small and modular, but you still have to compete with those others as well, so I think about it with my team as a series of 'What ifs?' " External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Dan Poneman said: "They use the heat all the time generated by the nuclear reaction to heat molten salt, so that molten salt can serve the same way as a battery to backstop the additional use of solar power. So, the either/or proposition between nuclear and solar and wind is a false dichotomy and it's destructive to our overall energy and climate goals," External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Jay Wileman added (about Sama Bilbao): "Always, when I'm on a panel, I hear the term nuclear 'waste' and I'm glad Sama corrected it; she said 'used' nuclear fuel. I would go a little further and call it 'slightly used' nuclear fuel because, of the typical fuel that we have today, we've only extracted a few percent of its potential energy. So, I have always been a proponent of closing the fuel cycle and really getting all the energy out of there. The Gen IV fast reactors are well-suited for that, so as we move through the different generations of design, I think we'll have the opportunity to elegantly address that topic" External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Jay Wileman said: "If you care about the environment and if you have questions, learn, go and be inquisitive, find the truth rather than what's in a headline. Look at what nuclear energy has been doing and what it can do in the future. Educating, which the World Nuclear Association works on, and the Nuclear Energy Institute in the US, is a key part that we have to keep in mind as we go forward and bring people on board supporting nuclear" External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Dan Poneman added: "By 2050, if we don't max out on getting to net zero, we will lose 99% of the world's coral reefs, all of the polar ice caps, and God knows what's going to happen to the coastal areas of most of the world, and you will have devastation of a catastrophic planetary dimension. Nuclear power is safe. In terms of deaths per watt generated, it is among the safest in the world. If you care about saving the planet, let's get nuclear right; let's not throw it out the window" External link

world-nuclear-news Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:30:00 AM CET

Mike Coffin said: “You can see the same over-investment story for gas,” External link

guardian Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:28:00 AM CET

Sergey Lavrov said: “If the West continues its aggressive course, Moscow will take the necessary retaliatory measures,” External link

washtimes Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:25:00 AM CET

Matthew Schmidt said: “The risk with the letter sent by Secretary of State Blinken is that if Putin doesn’t see a way out in the letter, he may feel his only option is going in to Ukraine ,” External link

washtimes Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:25:00 AM CET

Андрей Богдан added: “We will dismiss people, our industry will grow, our budget revenues will fall, and our economy will boom based on the price of gas and electricity,” External link

moderndiplomacy Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:12:00 AM CET

Юрий Витренко argues: “Germany should ensure that Gazprom cannot obstruct us,” “They must do so before Nord Stream 2 is completed, while Germany retains the essential leverage” External link

moderndiplomacy Thursday, January 27, 2022 1:12:00 AM CET

Kevin Book said: "Severing these financial communication links could lead to a substantial — and potentially sustained — disruption of Russian energy exports," External link

spglobal Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:22:00 AM CET

Kevin Book said: "An enduring interruption in even a small amount of that supply could drive up global energy prices across the board," External link

spglobal Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:22:00 AM CET

Kevin Book said: "We also believe OFAC may be wary of prohibitions on dollar trade, not only because sanctioned parties' moves to other currencies can create enforcement headaches, but also because circumvention by currency diversification may raise questions regarding the US dollar's reserve currency status," External link

spglobal Thursday, January 27, 2022 12:22:00 AM CET

Daniel Fried said: “For Germany, this is about a reliable supply of gas, because they’re getting out of nuclear and they want to get out of coal. So they need natural gas. So what’s the problem?” “The trouble with that view is that Putin regards gas as a weapon,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:55:00 PM CET

Chris Miller said: “I think it’s wrong to overly focus on a billion dollars here or a billion dollars there in European energy markets. That’s actually not a large sum of money when it comes to the global gas trade. And it’s certainly not a large sum of money when it comes to what the impact would be of a vast war between Russia and Ukraine,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:55:00 PM CET

Kristine Berzina said: “So the question will come down to: How does Germany prioritize its climate goals, its nuclear phase out goals, and its geopolitical and security goals right now?” External link

newsnow-co-uk Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:55:00 PM CET

Cathryn Clüver Ashbrook said (about German Chancellor): “You see this German government still negotiating within itself and really, in the past week, putting up a very disunified front, which is frankly dangerous at this time,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Markus Ziener said: “This government wanted to do something about climate change, they want to change the face of Germany and want to make it carbon-free, and all of a sudden they are completely mired in a huge foreign policy crisis,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Ralf Stegner said: “On the main points there is consensus in the party,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Ralf Stegner said: “whether it’s appropriate to give public interviews threatening the other side with sanctions,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Ralf Stegner said: “It’s very stupid to think all of that is just old business and doesn’t count anymore,” “Of course the circumstances have changed. What hasn’t changed is history, what hasn’t changed is geography, what hasn’t changed are the interests” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Ralf Stegner said: “I don’t think anyone could really argue that Putin is worse than Brezhnev,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Constanze Stelzenmueller said: “What you have is a lot of people in the parliamentary group of the SPD and in the opposition, questioning the wisdom of sanctions,” External link

stripes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:21:00 PM CET

Rob Thummel asked: “Does Europe have enough inventory to survive and not run out of natural gas for the rest of the winter?” “Russia needs Europe, but Europe needs Russia as well,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 7:28:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: “Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead,” External link

theepochtimes Wednesday, January 26, 2022 7:28:00 PM CET

Mark Cassidy said: “Any invasion of Ukraine by Russia could lead to higher gas prices than that in futures markets” External link

irishmirror Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:19:00 PM CET

Dmytro Kuleba told: “At the moment, this number is insufficient for a full-scale offensive against Ukraine along the entire Ukrainian border,” External link

en-finance-yahoo Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Vladimir Putin said: ”I’m very glad to have the chance to meet with you,” External link

en-finance-yahoo Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Stefan Yanev said: “If we accept that we’re in a state of crisis, let’s seize the opportunities” External link

en-finance-yahoo Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Liz Truss said: “We will be bringing forward new legislation to make our sanctions regime tougher so we are able to target more companies and individuals in Russia,” “We’ll be bringing that forward in the next few days” External link

en-finance-yahoo Wednesday, January 26, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Ben Skinner said: “With these ground-breaking projects, Amp is making a significant investment in vitally needed green infrastructure as the U.K. transitions to a fully decarbonized grid,” External link

focustechnica Wednesday, January 26, 2022 4:10:00 PM CET

Ben Skinner said: “With these ground-breaking projects, Amp is making a significant investment in vitally needed green infrastructure as the U.K. transitions to a fully decarbonized grid,” External link

pv-magazine Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:55:00 PM CET

Johan Albrecht déclare: "Peu de gens comprennent vraiment comment le prix de l'électricité est établi" External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Johan Albrecht insiste: "Il est très important que les gens comprennent comment le marché fonctionne" External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Johan Albrecht déclare: "Ce n'est pas facile de répondre à cette question" External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Johan Albrecht déclare: "De quoi parlons-nous en fait ? Les personnes qui ont des difficultés à payer leurs factures d'énergie ont probablement aussi des difficultés à payer leur loyer, leurs frais médicaux, leurs factures scolaires, etc. Pour elles, une forme générale d'aide au revenu serait plus efficace. L'insertion professionnelle d'un plus grand nombre de personnes me semble bien plus importante dans la lutte contre la pauvreté énergétique." External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Johan Albrecht estime: "Nos politiciens sont très optimistes s'ils pensent que les prix de l'énergie redescendront dans quelques mois" "Je n'ai pas de boule de cristal, mais il me semble extrêmement improbable que le prix du gaz baisse de manière significative au cours des six prochains mois" External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Van de Graaf : "Il y a cinquante ans, la crise pétrolière a entraîné l'arrivée sur le marché de voitures plus économiques. Quelque chose de similaire va se produire maintenant. Nous devons saisir l'occasion des factures élevées pour rendre les maisons, les écoles, tous nos bâtiments plus efficaces sur le plan énergétique. En clair, il serait préférable de réduire la TVA sur la rénovation et l'isolation que sur le gaz et l'électricité." External link

levif Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:13:00 PM CET

Diego Colas said: ”The signing of the Declaration of Intent demonstrates the commitment of the Government of Georgia to implement fully the reform, to align with the EU standards, to foster a fair transition towards green economy and to become the regional platform for energy market and develop its energy sovereignty as well. Georgia is moving towards reforming the Georgian electricity sector to an EU style organized power market and is keeping the pace of being a transformative, progressive, and reformative country, leading to EU standards, with enhanced connectivity to Europe,” External link

1tv-ge-en Wednesday, January 26, 2022 1:10:00 PM CET

Lasha Khutsishvili said: “We highly value fruitful cooperation and continued support of our international partners in the implementation of tangible reforms in Georgia. We would like to thank our partners who, at the dawn of the reform, have helped considerably to develop strategic frameworks of Georgia’s full membership in the Energy Community (EnC) and to implement the commitments under the EU Association Agreement,” External link

1tv-ge-en Wednesday, January 26, 2022 1:10:00 PM CET

Patrick Porter said: "There are many who are saying that the US could do more," External link

businessinsider-it Wednesday, January 26, 2022 1:10:00 PM CET

Will Webster said: “If the Russians reduce deliveries of gas to Europe, then it has to come from somewhere else, most likely as shipments of liquefied natural gas. That will increase competition for supplies, driving up prices and even more” External link

energylivenews Wednesday, January 26, 2022 11:18:00 AM CET

Mark Cassidy said: “Any invasion of Ukraine by Russia could lead to higher gas prices than that in futures markets,” External link

independent-ie Wednesday, January 26, 2022 4:15:00 AM CET

Han Fennema said: “In the hydrogen world, everything is going faster than we thought it would,” “We already have concrete questions from customers to develop an ammonia terminal and to increase infrastructure. That wasn’t expected” External link

fuelcellsworks Tuesday, January 25, 2022 11:59:00 PM CET

Tobias Ellwood agreed: “global gas prices will be impacted and skyrocket” External link

inews-co-uk Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:27:00 PM CET

Jeff Buchbinder said: “After no more than a 5% pullback in 2021 and the S&P 500 having more than doubled off the March 2020 lows, we have been anticipating more volatility in 2022,” External link

boston Tuesday, January 25, 2022 9:38:00 PM CET

Michael Farr said: “The consumer is healthy, the economy is expanding and unemployment is low,” External link

boston Tuesday, January 25, 2022 9:38:00 PM CET

Michael Farr said: “To keep those possible futures in mind and examine the risk/reward across one’s investment time horizon leaves no mental bandwidth for panic,” External link

boston Tuesday, January 25, 2022 9:38:00 PM CET

Paul de Clerck said: “Law firms are advising their clients to restructure their investments through countries that do not phase out [the] protection of fossil fuel investments so they can continue to file [investor-state dispute settlement] cases” “The UK and Switzerland seem to be betting on becoming such safe havens. This shows how perverse this system is. These countries still prioritise protecting fossil fuel companies instead of fighting climate change,” External link

climatechangenews Tuesday, January 25, 2022 7:00:00 PM CET

Cornelia Maarfield said: “The UK and Swiss stands on ECT reform take climate hypocrisy to a new level” External link

climatechangenews Tuesday, January 25, 2022 7:00:00 PM CET

Lisa Fischer said: “Low-carbon hydrogen, if undefined, could include ‘blue’ [which is made with methane gas] and there’s a lot of questions around the actual climate value of that” External link

climatechangenews Tuesday, January 25, 2022 7:00:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: “Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead,” External link

kelo Tuesday, January 25, 2022 6:07:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: “The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time,” External link

kelo Tuesday, January 25, 2022 6:07:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: “Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead,” External link

theglobeandmail Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:54:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: “The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time,” External link

theglobeandmail Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:54:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: "Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead," External link

reuters-it Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:20:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: "The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time," External link

reuters-it Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:20:00 PM CET

Will Webster said: ”If the Russians reduce deliveries of gas to Europe, then it has to come from somewhere else, most likely as shipments of liquefied natural gas. “That will increase competition for supplies, driving up prices and consumer bills even more. “Conversely, any additional gas we produce ourselves will help alleviate this process. “In the longer term, if UK gas production is allowed to fall as predicted, then our energy supplies will become ever more vulnerable to global events over which we have no control – as we now see happening with Russia’s threatened invasion of Ukraine” External link

pressandjournal Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:16:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: "Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead," External link

4-traders Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:11:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: "The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time," External link

4-traders Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:11:00 PM CET

Gwede Mantashe said: “Exploration is needed to determine where new mineral reserves are located,” External link

businessday Tuesday, January 25, 2022 5:03:00 PM CET

Aleksandra Gawlikowska Fyk says: „There are partial and disconnected concepts operating in the public space – there is an end date for coal mine closures (2049), but none for lignite. There are plans for a just transition of coal regions, but they are not assembled into one coherent strategy. Finally, there is the concept of the National Energy Security Agency, which only indicates organizational changes. It is necessary but far from sufficient for the transformation of the sector,” External link

euractiv-pl Tuesday, January 25, 2022 2:29:00 PM CET

Peter Garnry says: “Last year a global energy crisis emerged slowly before exploding in the hands of Asia and Europe in the late part of the year, with European natural gas futures soaring 2,381 percent since May 2020. Higher energy pricesthe main theme of this quarterly outlookare a tax on consumers and businesses. They can push up consumer prices and shrink margins through higher direct operating expenses and secondary inflationary pressures hitting industries differently. They can also push interest rates higher, directly lifting the discount rate on future free cash flows and thus lowering equity valuations. There are many reasons to believe energy prices will remain elevated for the foreseeable future due to underinvestment, ESG and the green transformation. This will entice investors to get exposure to the overall energy sector to balance their portfolio against an overweight in technology and growth stocks” External link

mondovisione Tuesday, January 25, 2022 12:18:00 PM CET

Olle Hansen says: “We see another year where tight supply and inflationary pressures will support commodity returns. The decarbonisation of the world will increasingly create so-called greenflation, where rising demand and prices of commodities needed to support the process will be met by inelastic supplypartly driven by regulations such as ESGprohibiting some investors and banks from supporting mining and drilling activities” External link

mondovisione Tuesday, January 25, 2022 12:18:00 PM CET

Christopher Dembik says: “The EU’s energy crisis has been years in the making. The year 2021 ended with a month of record prices. Natural gas in Europe is now more expensive than oil. Instead of COP26 resulting in a phasing down of coal, the sad reality of the green transition in the EU is that coal is growing (see our Q4 outlook for a detailed analysis of the EU green transformation). A policy failure. Over the past years, the EU has actively promoted intermittent renewables, which cannot provide a constant supply of energy source, while pushing for the closure of nuclear reactorsone of the low-carbon baseload backbones of the EU. These are the two original sins of the EU’s green transition policy, and this is why consumers are now paying a much higher energy bill. Instead of getting away from fossil fuels, Europe is increasingly dependent on natural gas imports, keeping up coal plants and nowhere close to decarbonising. Some hope. While the situation is critical, all is not lost. During the Christmas break the European Commission released its proposed taxonomy, a classification system that establishes a list of environmentally sustainable economic activities. Both fossil gas and nuclear are included as green electricity sources, with conditions. It is a wise decision to include nuclear, of course. Now, the European Parliament and the Council will have four months to scrutinise it and object to it, should they find it necessary. Anti-nuclear countries (Austria, Germany and the Netherlands) have protested against nuclear inclusion but they don’t have a qualified majority to reject it in the Council; that requires at least 20 member states representing at least 65 percent of the European population. An objection from the Parliament is perhaps more likely since it requires only a simple majority. We should have an answer by July; hopefully, nuclear will remain a part of the taxonomy.” External link

mondovisione Tuesday, January 25, 2022 12:18:00 PM CET

Mads Eberhardt says: “Since launching in January 2009, Bitcoin has used the consensus protocol called proof of work to verify transactions on its network. The proof-of-work protocol is hugely energy-intense as it revolves around countless servers keeping the network alive. In return for a great deal of electricity and server capacity, the Bitcoin network returns the availability to solely execute 6 transactions per second.” External link

mondovisione Tuesday, January 25, 2022 12:18:00 PM CET

Jessica Amir says: “As we look ahead for what to expect in this quarter, we must reflect on what’s at hand. The energy crisis has seen a huge lack of global resources (supply) and rising global energy demands. This has caused energy prices like oil and gas to spike and taken energy stocks along for the northbound ride. Not only that, but much of the world has committed to net-zero emissions by 2050 while federal investment into clean energy remains paper thin; this has also pushed up the prices for lithium and many lithium stocks. Much of these constraints will likely continue in Q1 and Q2. We cover what has been affected, what to watch ahead and some potential investment ideas.” External link

mondovisione Tuesday, January 25, 2022 12:18:00 PM CET

Steen Jakobsen says: "In short, we have created a monster in which the policy priority-going green-is fuelling the energy crisis. The more we operate without a tangible plan for securing a smooth path to the hoped-for future of green energy, the more our economies will be disrupted in chaotic fashion due to inadequate baseload when famously inelastic energy demand exceeds generation capacity. The policy response so far has been to propose an even deeper commitment to green energy and to ignore the required improvement in grids, transmission, and better use of conventional energy. The worst oversight by policymakers is the inability to admit the reality that alternative energy alone cannot power the future at current living standards. What the world needs is a Manhattan Project 2.0, not to build a bigger bomb, but to find and develop new higher-density, low-carbon energy sources, most likely based on nuclear fission and fusion. The big revolution in 2022 will be to begin building our energy future on a foundation of realism, not fantasy," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Peter Garnry says: "Last year a global energy crisis emerged slowly before exploding in the hands of Asia and Europe in the late part of the year with European natural gas futures soaring 2,381 percent since May 2020. Higher energy prices-the main theme of this quarterly outlook-are a tax on consumers and businesses. They can push up consumer prices and shrink margins through higher direct operating expenses and secondary inflationary pressures hitting industries differently. They can also push interest rates higher, directly lifting the discount rate on future free cash flows and thus lowering equity valuations. There are many reasons to believe energy prices will remain elevated for the foreseeable future due to underinvestment, ESG, and the green transformation. This will entice investors to get exposure to the overall energy sector to balance their portfolio against an overweight in technology and growth stocks," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Ole S Hansen says: "We see another year where tight supply and inflationary pressures will support commodity returns. The decarbonisation of the world will increasingly create so-called greenflation, where rising demand and prices of commodities needed to support the process will be met by inelastic supply-partly driven by regulations such as ESG-prohibiting some investors and banks from supporting mining and drilling activities," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Ole S Hansen added: "The EU's energy crisis has been years in the making. 2021 ended with a month of record-high prices. Natural gas in Europe is now more expensive than oil. Instead of COP26 resulting in a phasing down of coal, the sad reality of the green transition in the EU is that coal is growing," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Christopher Dembik says: "Anti-nuclear countries (Austria, Germany, and the Netherlands) have protested against nuclear inclusion but they don't have a qualified majority to reject it in the Council; that requires at least 20 member states representing at least 65 percent of the European population. An objection from the Parliament is perhaps more likely since it only requires a simple majority. We should have an answer by July. Hopefully, nuclear will remain a part of the taxonomy," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

John J Hardy says: "Entering 2022, it seems that every appearance from the Fed is more hawkish than the last. Meanwhile China has signalled the opposite: that it will bring easing and support for a Chinese economy heavily impacted by official moves against excesses in its enormous real estate sector along with a crackdown on tech companies, both of which have dented markets there as well as the real economy. The overlay of a 'zero tolerance' policy on Covid has seen additional limits on economic activity," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

John J Hardy adds: "The euro and particularly the JPY performed poorly in Q4 with Europe finding itself in a very bad place as natural gas and power prices soared to multiples of their former highs. This was in part down to reduced Russian natural gas supplies and the geopolitical situation over Ukraine that is still weighing heavily as of this writing," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Mads Eberhardt says: "Since launching in January 2009, Bitcoin has used the consensus protocol called proof of work to verify transactions on its network. The proof-of-work protocol is hugely energy-intense as it revolves around countless servers keeping the network alive. In return for a great deal of electricity and server capacity, the Bitcoin network returns the availability to solely execute 6 transactions per second," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Mads Eberhardt says: "The discussion of energy consumption would arguably be another matter if there were no alternative to the proof-of-work consensus protocol. As this is no longer the case, extreme Bitcoin advocates who have for years substantiated the proof-of-work consensus protocol primarily for its superior security and track record, fall short on further arguments to insist on proof of work compared to the primary alternative, proof of stake. The second-largest cryptocurrency - Ethereum - has for years prepared its transition from proof of work to proof of stake in an update known as ETH 2.0. The transition is expected to be finalised this year, and this will see Ethereum's total energy use reduced by 99.95 percent. Ethereum's transition demonstrates that it is not only possible to introduce new cryptocurrencies based on proof of stake but to adopt the framework while having been launched upon proof of work. Besides drastically decreasing Ethereum's energy use, ETH 2.0 will make Ethereum significantly more scalable in terms of achievable transactional output," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Jessica Amir says: "As we look ahead for what to expect in this quarter, we must reflect on what's at hand. The energy crisis has seen a huge lack of global resources (supply) and rising global energy demands. This has caused energy prices like oil and gas to spike and taken energy stocks along for the northbound ride. Not only that, but much of the world has committed to net-zero emissions by 2050 while federal investment into clean energy remains paper thin; this has also pushed up the prices for lithium and many lithium stocks. Much of these constraints will likely continue in the rest of Q1 and Q2. We cover what has been affected, what to watch ahead, and some potential investment ideas," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Jessica Amir says: "As the market moves to a new cycle of higher interest rates while grappling with higher energy prices, volatility will continue. Investment opportunities could lie in the commodity and energy sector, but also in quality and value names; companies have strong repeatable cashflows and are growing their market share in their field. Why? Interest rates are rising for the time in a decade in Australia, and 'quality names' have a history of outperforming the market. When rates rise and growth slows, given they typically carry less debt vs their earnings, they do well; companies with the reverse, or those that don't make a profit, will likely feel the pinch, as illustrated in the outlook," External link

publicnow Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:57:00 AM CET

Will Webster added: “In the longer term, if UK gas production is allowed to fall as predicted, then our energy supplies will become ever more vulnerable to global events over which we have no control – as we now see happening with Russia’s threatened invasion of Ukraine” External link

energyvoice Tuesday, January 25, 2022 10:46:00 AM CET

Jurgen Trittin replied: “There is no need for that at the moment,” External link

california18 Tuesday, January 25, 2022 9:40:00 AM CET

Harald Lesch asked: “Where is it written that electricity has to become cheaper?” “Everything else will also be more expensive” External link

california18 Tuesday, January 25, 2022 9:40:00 AM CET

Harald Lesch fragte: "Wo steht denn geschrieben, dass Strom billiger werden muss?" "Alles andere wird doch auch teurer" External link

BerlinMorgenpost Tuesday, January 25, 2022 8:05:00 AM CET

Harald Lesch fragte: "Wo steht denn geschrieben, dass Strom billiger werden muss?" "Alles andere wird doch auch teurer" External link

otz Tuesday, January 25, 2022 7:59:00 AM CET

Fatih Birol says: “Against today’s low baseline, we estimate that Russia could increase deliveries to Europe by at least one-third, or more than three-billion cubic metres a month, which equates to almost 10% of the European Union’s average monthly gas consumption. Together with the current high level of liquefied natural gas (LNG) inflow, this would provide significant relief to European gas markets,” “The multiple negative effects on power companies, businesses, industrial sectors and consumers are likely to have a lasting impact beyond the market tensions we are seeing this winter in the onrthern hemisphere. The increases in energy prices have also contributed to broader price inflation that is affecting many economies worldwide,” External link

dailymaverick Tuesday, January 25, 2022 1:38:00 AM CET

Kerwin Olson told: "There is nothing today stopping a utility from asking the IURC for permission to build a nuclear reactor," External link

governing Monday, January 24, 2022 10:57:00 PM CET

Kadri Simson said: "The commission is also discussing with our partners the potential to increase supplies to Europe," External link

spglobal Monday, January 24, 2022 9:23:00 PM CET

Paweł Soloch said: "That has happened since the start of the conflict and I assume it will be that way until there is a de-escalation, I hope," External link

pap Monday, January 24, 2022 8:46:00 PM CET

Paweł Soloch said: "What matters most is military and humanitarian aid," "At this stage, primarily activities in the political sphere are also very important, building a uniform message, including from western countries, such as would be a deterrent to Russia" External link

pap Monday, January 24, 2022 8:46:00 PM CET

Darren Schuringa said: "For many tech companies, multiples and valuations are certainly high in a lot of instances, and so if you don't deliver the earnings to justify the valuation, there's room for continued and further corrections," External link

CBC Monday, January 24, 2022 8:26:00 PM CET

Michael Casper said: "The sector is still as vulnerable to an increase in interest rates as it's ever been," External link

CBC Monday, January 24, 2022 8:26:00 PM CET

Richard Black commented: “If European nations including the UK had committed wholeheartedly to the clean energy transition in past years and broken their dependence on imported gas, they would now be free to mount a proper foreign policy response while we would be enjoying cheaper energy bills,” External link

newstatesman Monday, January 24, 2022 7:40:00 PM CET

Tony Blinken saying: "it's also worth mentioning that no gas is flowing through Nord Stream 2 yet, which means the pipeline is a means of pressure for Germany, the United States and our allies, not Russia" External link

euronews-en Monday, January 24, 2022 6:02:00 PM CET

Gordon Sondland warned: "dependence on Russian gas for Europe is geopolitically wrong" External link

euronews-en Monday, January 24, 2022 6:02:00 PM CET

Gordon Sondland stated: "gas to be turned off in the middle of winter when a political crisis erupts" External link

euronews-en Monday, January 24, 2022 6:02:00 PM CET

Sahil Mahtani said: “Everything is being seen through the prism of the Fed’s reaction function right now,” External link

hellenicshippingnews Monday, January 24, 2022 6:01:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: “Personally, I expect the economic data to remain relatively good despite being affected by the Omicron variant,” External link

theepochtimes Monday, January 24, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: “The decisions about energy policy in Germany affect price fluctuations and thus the uncertainty about inflation,” “For me, switching from coal to natural gas is not a green transition, and this transition phase will take a long time in Germany,” External link

theepochtimes Monday, January 24, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: “A debt limit of around 60 percent of gross domestic product, as prescribed by the previous regulation, is clearly unrealistic,” External link

theepochtimes Monday, January 24, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: “If goals are unattainable, they will not achieve anything either,” External link

theepochtimes Monday, January 24, 2022 6:00:00 PM CET

Josh Young told: “What I’ve been doing is owning the things that people absolutely hate,” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “There’s still so much value for so little money [in oil and gas] versus what is available in the broader stock market or for other investments,” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “Institutional divestment by pension funds, endowments, some billionaires, and others have depleted capital that would have been spent on development, leading to lower production than otherwise,” “Divestment and associated negative media narrative has suppressed the valuation of public companies and assets by depleting available funds to buy or hold these stocks, with valuations much lower than when oil and gas prices were last at these levels” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “For example, oil is at levels last seen in 2014, but the XOP oil and gas producer ETF is down 50 percent,” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “Reduced domestic oil and gas production raises prices and increases the risk of supply disruption, which could lead to lines at gas stations (already seen recently in Europe!), blackouts, and shortages,” “Investing in domestic production helps moderate prices and reduces both the risk of shortages and dependence on sources in countries that may have adverse interests to the U.S” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “So in certain places, in Europe, it’s already kind of having a resurgence and you’re seeing it a little bit in certain European reporting,” “I think it just takes shortages and gas lines and other things. And then these things get more popular” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Josh Young said: “It’s like a half-off sale, essentially, for oil and gas stocks,” External link

climatechangedispatch Monday, January 24, 2022 4:52:00 PM CET

Benjamin Martin said: “Our research center is cooled by deep-sea water, which reduces the amount of power we need for cooling by about 90%,” External link

eos Monday, January 24, 2022 3:56:00 PM CET

Benjamin Martin said: “The island hopes to be 100% carbon free by 2040,” External link

eos Monday, January 24, 2022 3:56:00 PM CET

Dan Grech wrote: “Our plan is to standardize as much of the OTEC platform as possible so it can be mass-produced for the widest deployment possible,” External link

eos Monday, January 24, 2022 3:56:00 PM CET

Nikos Tsafos adds: "The big balancer is Qatar: 83% of December exports went to Asia. That’s the gas Europe will try to grab. There are limits to how much can be rerouted, but even a modest shift could make a big difference," External link

news-yahoo Monday, January 24, 2022 3:19:00 PM CET

Claudio Galimberti said: “I would bet prices Friday will be lower than today,” External link

houstonchronicle Monday, January 24, 2022 2:47:00 PM CET

Tim Eggar said: “The shift to EV is a major structural change in the energy market and I look forward to lending my experience to the team as we navigate this extremely important period for UK infrastructure,” External link

current-news Monday, January 24, 2022 1:34:00 PM CET

Joe Biden said: “We're going to continue to work on trying to increase oil supplies that are available,” External link

menafn Monday, January 24, 2022 1:30:00 PM CET

Emily Horne said: “We continue to work with producer and consumer countries and these steps have had real effects on prices and ultimately tools continue to remain on the table for us to address prices,” External link

menafn Monday, January 24, 2022 1:30:00 PM CET

Giorgio Aliberti said: “By cooperating with ministries, departments, sectors and local and foreign partners, the VEPG will support the government in developing even stronger measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050," he stated. "Vietnam’s commitment to embarking on an energy transition towards a cleaner, greener energy mix and more efficient use of energy is an important contribution, not only to the sustainable development of its economy but also to the global fight against climate change. The EU - as many other development partners that have gathered today - is here to provide support and expertise to make this energy transition happen, while ensuring access to affordable energy for all and protecting Vietnam's competitiveness at local, as well as international level,” External link

vietnamplus-en Monday, January 24, 2022 1:29:00 PM CET

Kerwin Olson told: “There is nothing today stopping a utility from asking the IURC for permission to build a nuclear reactor,” External link

indystar Monday, January 24, 2022 12:51:00 PM CET

Elmar Voelker said: "We believe that risk aversion in financial markets will most likely increase considerably in the near term, as will demand for the safety of U.S. Treasuries and Bunds," External link

4-traders Monday, January 24, 2022 12:07:00 PM CET

Jay Ibrahim said: "KBR is pleased to support Biojet in their mission to provide the European market with renewable and sustainable fuels by 2026," External link

benzinga Monday, January 24, 2022 11:50:00 AM CET

Jay Ibrahim said: "KBR is pleased to support Biojet in their mission to provide the European market with renewable and sustainable fuels by 2026," External link

prnewswire Monday, January 24, 2022 11:15:00 AM CET

Jay Ibrahim said: "KBR is pleased to support Biojet in their mission to provide the European market with renewable and sustainable fuels by 2026," External link

4-traders Monday, January 24, 2022 11:07:00 AM CET

Charlie Robertson said: “Exports are up 41% year on year ($350m) every day vs a year ago and topping $1.2bn a day ($50mn per hour). A reminder that when an oil exporter adds to geopolitical risk, it makes more money. Even better for Saudi, which gains without the same risks,” External link

intellinews Monday, January 24, 2022 8:55:00 AM CET

Tomas Prouza suggests (about Petr Fiala): “Fiala was still in campaign mode in the initial days in office,” External link

balkaninsight Monday, January 24, 2022 7:45:00 AM CET

Tomas Prouza says (about Andrej Babis): “The point that surprised Brussels under Babis was that the Czechs didn’t know what they wanted – there was no strategy,” External link

balkaninsight Monday, January 24, 2022 7:45:00 AM CET

Friedrich Merz : „Wir werden zukünftig Vorstandssitzungen und Präsidiumssitzungen ohne Handy abhalten. Das hat sich heute schon bewährt, das geht.“ External link

Handelsblatt Monday, January 24, 2022 6:35:00 AM CET

Berthold Kohler kommentiert (about Friedrich Merz): „kann (und will) Merz nicht verzichten, schon gar nicht nach diesem Wahlergebnis“ External link

Handelsblatt Monday, January 24, 2022 6:35:00 AM CET

Majid Jafar added: “Solar and wind power are promising but cannot be stored, so stable energy sources like natural gas and nuclear power will be needed to complement them, as the UAE’s wise policy has demonstrated,” External link

tradearabia Monday, January 24, 2022 4:11:00 AM CET

Majid Jafar told: “Any successful and sustainable policy must address the need for affordable and reliable energy in the developing world, where a billion people still don’t have electricity and 3 billion have no clean cooking solutions,” External link

tradearabia Monday, January 24, 2022 4:11:00 AM CET

Jeff Lyash said: "At this point in time, I don't see a path that gets us there without preserving the existing fleet and building new nuclear," "And that's after having maximized the amount of solar we can build in the system" External link

ksl Monday, January 24, 2022 12:32:00 AM CET

Edwin Lyman said: "I'm not optimistic we'd see the kind of safety and security requirements in place that would make me feel comfortable with the adoption or deployment of these so-called small modular reactors around the country," External link

ksl Monday, January 24, 2022 12:32:00 AM CET

Joe Biden said: “We’re going to continue to work on trying to increase oil supplies that are available,” External link

oilprice Sunday, January 23, 2022 11:03:00 PM CET

Emily Horne said: “We continue to work with producer and consumer countries and these steps have had real effects on prices and ultimately tools continue to remain on the table for us to address prices,” External link

oilprice Sunday, January 23, 2022 11:03:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: "Personally, I expect the economic data to remain relatively good despite being affected by the Omicron variant," External link

4-traders Sunday, January 23, 2022 8:17:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: "The decisions about energy policy in Germany affect price fluctuations and thus the uncertainty about inflation," "For me, switching from coal to natural gas is not a green transition, and this transition phase will take a long time in Germany," External link

4-traders Sunday, January 23, 2022 8:17:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: "A debt limit of around 60 percent of gross domestic product, as prescribed by the previous regulation, is clearly unrealistic," External link

4-traders Sunday, January 23, 2022 8:17:00 PM CET

Olli Rehn said: "If goals are unattainable, they will not achieve anything either," External link

4-traders Sunday, January 23, 2022 8:17:00 PM CET

Danny Katz claims: "a significant quantity of climate pollution, and (is) a really important area to tackle if we want to hit the goals that we have to reduce climate-change pollution," External link

gazette Sunday, January 23, 2022 1:36:00 PM CET

Joe Biden said: “if Russia invades Ukraine… This has not happened since World War Two. This’ll be the most consequential thing that’s happened in the world in terms of war and peace since World War Two. It was cooperation by Germany with Soviet Russia that led to the occupation of Poland and the Baltics” External link

igtds Saturday, January 22, 2022 6:20:00 PM CET

Majid Jafar told: "Any successful and sustainable policy must address the need for affordable and reliable energy in the developing world, where a billion people still don’t have electricity and 3 billion have no clean cooking solutions," External link

timesofoman Saturday, January 22, 2022 2:52:00 PM CET

Majid Jafar added: "Solar and wind power are promising but cannot be stored, so stable energy sources like natural gas and nuclear power will be needed to complement them, as the UAE’s wise policy has demonstrated," External link

timesofoman Saturday, January 22, 2022 2:52:00 PM CET

Ursula von der Leyen said: “Fundamentally, today’s gas crisis must serve to accelerate the transition to clean energy,” External link

dailymaverick Saturday, January 22, 2022 1:06:00 PM CET

Abdellatif Bardach says: “Morocco aims to fully integrate its energy market into the European energy market, particularly for electricity, through the deepening and acceleration of the convergence of policies and legislative, institutional, regulatory and governance frameworks relating to the energy sector towards the mechanisms in force at regional level,” External link

focustechnica Saturday, January 22, 2022 7:21:00 AM CET

Abdellatif Bardach says: “Morocco aims to fully integrate its energy market into the European energy market, particularly for electricity, through the deepening and acceleration of the convergence of policies and legislative, institutional, regulatory and governance frameworks relating to the energy sector towards the mechanisms in force at regional level,” External link

pv-magazine Saturday, January 22, 2022 6:48:00 AM CET

Jennifer Granholm said: “The proposed reform could also hamper joint efforts by the United States and Mexico on clean energy and climate. We must maintain and enhance open and competitive energy markets that benefit North America,” External link

california18 Saturday, January 22, 2022 1:07:00 AM CET

Amos Hochstein said: "Why would we build a fossil fuel pipeline between the EastMed and Europe when our entire policy is to support new technology...and new investments in going green and in going clean?" External link

newsweek-USA Saturday, January 22, 2022 12:01:00 AM CET

Joe Biden added: “My guess is he will move in,” External link

newsnow-co-uk Friday, January 21, 2022 8:23:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: "Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead," External link

news-yahoo Friday, January 21, 2022 8:08:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: "The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time," External link

news-yahoo Friday, January 21, 2022 8:08:00 PM CET

Dominic Schnider said: "Geopolitical risks have risen in recent months in the Black Sea region, which could influence wheat prices ahead," External link

4-traders Friday, January 21, 2022 7:35:00 PM CET

Chris Turner said: "The events of late 2014 remind us of the liquidity gaps and U.S. dollar hoarding that led to a substantial drop in the rouble at that time," External link

4-traders Friday, January 21, 2022 7:35:00 PM CET

Michael Strugl sagt: "Österreichs E-Wirtschaft begrüßt den gestrigen Beschluss. Unsere Unternehmen stehen bereits in den Startlöchern. Damit der Erneuerbaren-Ausbau starten kann, brauchen wir nun rasch die entsprechenden Verordnungen, denn die Uhr tickt - bis 2030 sind es mittlerweile weniger als neun Jahre" External link

oekonews Friday, January 21, 2022 7:24:00 PM CET

Stefan Moidl fordert: "Nach diesem wichtigen Schritt, dem Beschluss des EAG im Parlament, muss bei der Umsetzung ein Turbo gezündet werden" External link

oekonews Friday, January 21, 2022 7:24:00 PM CET

Stefan Moidl bemerkt: "Österreich wird mit dem Gesetz für die Windkraft ein standardmäßiges Förderregime, ohne relevante beihilfenrechtliche Ausnahmen erhalten" External link

oekonews Friday, January 21, 2022 7:24:00 PM CET

Stefan Moidl bemerkt: "Leider wurden die Möglichkeiten nicht genutzt, um dieses Loch zu überbrücken. Daher befinden sich schon wieder mehr als 120 MW Windkraftleistung in der Warteschlange und können derzeit nicht umgesetzt werden" External link

oekonews Friday, January 21, 2022 7:24:00 PM CET

Bill Cassidy wrote: “One year ago this week, President Biden took office and immediately canceled the Keystone XL pipeline, marking the beginning of an assault on domestic energy production that has increased global greenhouse gas emissions (GHGe) and the price of energy,” External link

foreignaffairs-nz Friday, January 21, 2022 7:10:00 PM CET

Florin Ciţu said (about Adrian Nastase): “Liberalization is never a failure. And liberalization was done two years ago and it was OK. What we see today is a global energy crisis. It has nothing to do with Romania. Prices have risen everywhere in the world and liberalization was done a long time ago in the EU. It’s weird to say that liberalization is a failure, but if this comes from the Socialists it’s not a problem, because the liberalization was done according to the timetable devised during Adrian Nastase’s time and is laid out in the EU Accession Treaty,” External link

nineoclock Friday, January 21, 2022 6:53:00 PM CET

Florin Ciţu explained: “But as long as we appoint to regulatory institutions people who have nothing to do with the respective sector, people who are clueless, that’s the results we’ll see. It is our duty in the Romanian Parliament to assess the activity report of the National Energy Regulatory Agency, of the Financial Supervisory Agency, of all these watchdog agencies, and again it is our duty as politicians to put knowledgeable people in office. Otherwise, these are the results we’ll see. So, it’s not market liberalization that is to blame. I told you who’s at fault in my opinion,” External link

nineoclock Friday, January 21, 2022 6:53:00 PM CET

Florin Ciţu said (about Adrian Nastase): "Liberalization is never a failure. And liberalization was done two years ago and it was OK. What we see today is a global energy crisis. It has nothing to do with Romania. Prices have risen everywhere in the world and liberalization was done a long time ago in the EU. It's weird to say that liberalization is a failure, but if this comes from the Socialists it's not a problem, because the liberalization was done according to the timetable devised during Adrian Nastase's time and is laid out in the EU Accession Treaty," External link

stiripesurse Friday, January 21, 2022 6:52:00 PM CET

Florin Ciţu explained: "But as long as we appoint to regulatory institutions people who have nothing to do with the respective sector, people who are clueless, that's the results we'll see. It is our duty in the Romanian Parliament to assess the activity report of the National Energy Regulatory Agency, of the Financial Supervisory Agency, of all these watchdog agencies, and again it is our duty as politicians to put knowledgeable people in office. Otherwise, these are the results we'll see. So, it's not market liberalization that is to blame. I told you who's at fault in my opinion," External link

stiripesurse Friday, January 21, 2022 6:52:00 PM CET

Jim Risch said: "On behalf of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee minority, I'm happy to welcome a new group of ambitious interns for our spring term," "Today, Congress is facing an array of complex issues at home and abroad. These students will have the opportunity to experience how U.S. foreign policy shapes, mitigates, and tries to solve the challenges of today. From the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, to tensions in Eastern Europe, combating malign international actors like China and Russia, and defending human rights, there are endless opportunities to engage and learn. I'm confident they will do an excellent job" External link

publicnow Friday, January 21, 2022 6:01:00 PM CET

Chris Jackson told: “Many people in the green space have said for a long time that the fundamental mistake in the blue hydrogen market is assuming gas prices stay low,” External link

h2-view Friday, January 21, 2022 5:24:00 PM CET

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