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Bloomberg: Exxon Mobil Corp. had the outlook on its top-notch debt rating lowered by Moody’s Investors Service Inc. to negative due to a “substantial” cash burn to fund growth. The oil major’s credit metrics will probably weaken over the next few years as it pursues a rebuild of its upstream portfolio, as well as new […]
Clean Technica: ReNew Power Limited recently reported that it achieved 5 gigawatts of operational renewable energy capacity in India. The company has 3.1 gigawatts of wind energy and 1.9 gigawatts of solar power capacity operational across multiple states in the country. According to media reports, only 10 companies globally have been able to achieve this […] Sharing a stage in Jersey City on Tuesday with one of the world’s most prominent climate activists, Gov. Phil Murphy took the next step in his plan to reach New Jersey’s clean energy future. Flanked by former Vice President Al Gore and New Jersey First Lady Tammy Murphy, the governor announced the signing of […]
November 19, 2019 (IEEFA North America) ‒ North American energy companies engaged in hydraulic fracturing (or fracking) once again failed to produce positive cash flows to match gushing production of oil and gas. That was the finding of a briefing note released today by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA). In their […]
Arizona Republic: The Navajo Generating Station coal-fired power plant near Page burned the last of its coal Monday, marking the end of the plant’s 45-year run, utility company Salt River Project (SRP) announced. The plant was the largest coal plant in the West, and its closure will affect the entire region. The mine supplying the […]
The Buffalo News: The giant coal-burning power plant on the shore of Lake Ontario in Somerset, once Niagara County’s largest taxpayer, will be mothballed within 90 days. Plans are already afoot for the 1,800-acre site’s future, including a $550 million data center and a lakefront town park. State funding already has been approved for the […]
November 19, 2019 (IEEFA North America) – The most recent analysis by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) shows an additional $320 million in new subsidies was given in the first six months of this year to finance the already highly-subsidized multi-billion dollar Trans Mountain Pipeline (TMX), calling into question the economic [...]
Bloomberg: U.S. miner Contura Energy Inc.’s $800 million bet on international coal markets is souring. In November 2018, when Contura bought Alpha Natural Resources and became America’s biggest supplier of metallurgical coal, global prices for the fuel were climbing — bolstered by demand, particularly in China. Since then, trade tensions have escalated, curbing purchases of […]
The Salt Lake Tribune: Since its first year in business in 1982, the Levin-Richmond Terminal has been tied to Utah industries, first importing coke for use in the Geneva Steel plant, then exporting iron ore. After Utah’s iron mines shuttered, its coal mines kept the deep-water terminal on the San Francisco Bay’s east shore busy, […]
Recharge: Tokyo-based developer Shizen Energy and Canada’s Northland Power have inked an agreement to work together to develop “early stage” offshore wind projects off Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The 50:50 joint venture, Chiba Offshore Wind, will focus on developments with a capacity of around 600MW, according to the partners. “Taking action for the planet is our […]
Reuters: The European Investment Bank said on Thursday it would stop funding fossil fuel projects at the end of 2021, a landmark decision that potentially deals a blow to billions of dollars of gas projects in the pipeline. The bank’s new energy lending policy, which it said was approved with “overwhelming” support, will bar most […]
S&P Global Market Intelligence ($): Already estimated to be more than three years behind schedule and billions of dollars over an original budget for the 1.5-Bcf/d Atlantic Coast natural gas pipeline project, Dominion Energy Inc.’s Atlantic Coast Pipeline LLC faces the critical task of resolving cost-sharing arrangements with its shippers.
Recharge: Iberdrola will enter Asia for the first time with plans for a 320MW wind-solar hybrid project in Australia. The Spanish group – already among the world’s largest renewable energy operators with 31GW in place – said it has amassed a 650MW Australian pipeline after “spending several years studying opportunities there.” It wants to have […]
The Guardian: The methane emissions leaking from the world’s coalmines could be stoking the global climate crisis at the same rate as the shipping and aviation industries combined. Coalmines are belching millions of tonnes of methane into the atmosphere unchecked, because policymakers have overlooked the rising climate threat, according to new research. The International Energy […]

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