June 3, 2016

OPEC is Resolute – Policy is Working, No Change

In the run up to this meeting, we had the usual conjecture as to what would happen. Beforehand at registration,…
May 31, 2016

Government to Set Fifth Carbon Budget in June

The Government is required to set the UK’s fifth carbon budget (2028 to 2032) into legislation by the end of…
May 6, 2016

Energy: Consumption, Costs, and CSR

At a time when the Big Six are promising 5% discounts on energy bills for residential energy consumers, the same…
May 5, 2016

Decline in Coal Generation Influences Emissions

Provisional statistics for 2015 show that coal’s share of the electricity generation mix was, at 22.6%, 7.1 percentage points lower…
April 26, 2016

Improving Energy Costs in a World of Diminishing Returns

The energy side is often overlooked when trying to optimise costs and improve operational efficiency, which is surprising as, in…
April 18, 2016

Action on Heat Decarbonisation

While public attention is often focused on the emissions reductions that can be achieved in the electricity generation sector, the…
April 15, 2016

The Doha Weekend

As we move closer towards 17 April, the day on which international oil producers have agreed to meet, conjecture mounts…
April 5, 2016

EU ETS: 2015 Emissions Data Shows a 0.5% Reduction

The Preliminary data released by the European Commission shows that installations and aviation regulated under the EU Emissions Trading System…
April 1, 2016

Saudi Arabia Ideally Wants the Oil Prices to Stay Between $25-$40

The Shale industry has thrived on an oil price above $100 as much of OPEC did and without much concern…