Weekly Reading List, 10-16 April 2016

Domenica, 10 Aprile, 2016

What did you miss this week? Well, let us tell you! (for previous weekly issues, click here)

Here we go with our selection of this week’s best energy articles!


April 10 – April 16

Oil and Gas

– Asian LNG Demand: Key Drivers and Outlook (Oxford Institute for Energy Studies)

– Can Nord Stream 2 be stopped? (EnergyPost)

– Saudi Oil’s Gambit Moves to Phase Two (Bloomberg)

– How the Oil Crisis Has Impacted Military Spending (OilPrice.com)

– Band plays on, as global oil glut leaves supertankers in a huge jam (Reuters)

– The Undeniable Winners of the Oil Bust (OilPrice.com)

– How 315 Billion Petrodollars Evaporated (Bloomberg)



– Follow the sun (The Economist)

– The Tesla Model 3 Is Still a Rich Person’s Car (The Atlantic)

– Plug-In Electric Car Sales Visualized from 2011 to 2015 (InsideEVs)

– Watching SunEdison’s Collapse, Solar Industry Resets (MIT Technology Review)

– Wind Vision: A New Era for Wind Power in the US (US Department of Energy)

– Close-knit Baltic Neighbors Take Different Tack on Offshore Wind Power (Renewable Energy World)



– Why it’s time to dispel the myths about nuclear power (The Guardian)

– Is it safe to dump Fukushima waste into the sea? (The Guardian)



– Is There a Future for Western Coal? (Scientific American)

– The Lessons of a Coal Giant’s Collapse (Bloomberg)

– Poland feels the pain of its love affair with coal (Reuters)

– For Peabody and SunEdison, requiem and rebirth (GreenBiz)


More stuff

– State aid: interim report on electricity capacity mechanisms shows significant shortcomings (DG Energy)


Previous issues

– 22-28 February

– 29 February - 7 March

– 7 March – 17 March

 18 March - 25 March

 26 March – 1 April

 2 April - 9 April

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