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@nicholaslepanU.S. Republicans today repealed a securities disclosure rule aimed at curbing corruption at energy and mining companies and voted to ax emissions limits on drilling operations, part of a push to remove Obama-era regulations on extractive industries. In a 52-47 vote, the Republican-controlled Senate approved a resolution to eradicate a rule requiring companies such as Exxon Mobil and Chevron Corp to publicly state taxes and other fees paid to foreign governments. http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-congress-regulations-idUSKBN15I1JF#energy
@nicholaslepanOilsands companies shifting their investments to offshore wells on Canada's East Coast are taking on more exploration risk but gain the ability to ship their product anywhere in the world - at the best prices and without waiting for pipelines, analysts say. Earlier this week, Norway's Statoil announced its Canadian branch will drill two offshore exploratory wells this summer in the Flemish Pass Basin near the Bay du Nord discover. Statoil's news came just over a week after the close of a deal worth up to $832 million to sell all of its northern Alberta oilsands assets to Calgary-based Athabasca Oil $ATH. #energy#canadahttp://www.ctvnews.ca/business/statoil-s-shift-away-from-oilsands-improves-market-access-analysts-say-1.3279250
@JnanaNice pop today of Alterra, I believes these kind of deep holes could be significant for our #energy future "Hole IDDP2 was completed at a record depth of 4,650 meters. Initial well readings (427°C temperature, 340 bars pressure) indicate supercritical conditions at the base of the well, comprising significantly higher energy content versus conventional high-temperature geothermal" @newswire/alterra-power-announces-completion-of-iceland-deep$MGMXF$AXY
@nicholaslepanEgypt this year has seen a slate of reforms that saw the country open up its mining concessions and floating its currency, next up appears to be attracting oil explorers and investment in light of the recent discovery of ENI's giant Zohr gas discovery. BP, which has been present in Egypt for half a century, last year bought a 10 percent stake in Zohr from ENI. It has also been actively snapping up license blocks in Egypt's recent exploration rounds. #Egypt#oil#energyhttp://www.reuters.com/article/us-edison-egypt-gas-idUSKBN15T2F3
@nicholaslepanAccording to Haywood $PNE PineCliff Energy, has some serious debt that they are dealing with, they did reduce 80% of it this year, and also weakening natural gas prices are a pressure. Haywood is maintaining their buy rating and a price target of $1.85 and is seeing some free cash flow returning to shareholders in 2017. #energy#naturalgas#haywood
@Xriva#Energy#Solar FYI - Saw nice piece by Motley Fool, which said aging American infrastructure includes aging hydro electric dams - most of which exceed their estimated 50 year life spans. MF saw that as a positive for solar/battery farms. As their cost is so much lower these days, and their build time is so much shorter than rebuilding a hydro-electric dam. I agree and think that only adds to the game-changing edge that battery storage as given #Solar.
@BS@murat if you look at amount of capital being deployed, #solar and #renewables are a very large component of the #energy investments nowadays. Also one of the sectors where amount of jobs increase at a tremendous rate.
@ExcelsiorHow Deadly Is Your Kilowatt? We Rank The Killer #Energy Sources
“For coal, oil and biomass, it is carbon particulates resulting from burning that cause upper respiratory distress, kind of a second-hand black lung. Our lungs just don’t like burnt carbonaceous particulates, whether from coal or wood or manure or pellets or cigarettes. The actual numbers of deaths in China from coal use exceeded 300,000 last year since they have ramped up coal so fast in the last decade and they usually do not install exhaust scrubbers. The impact on their health care system has been significant in not just deaths, but in non-lethal health effects and lost days of work.”
**Energy Source Mortality Rate (deaths/trillionkWhr)
#Coal – global average 100,000 (41% global electricity)
#Coal – China 170,000 (75% China’s electricity)
#Coal – U.S. 10,000 (32% U.S. electricity)
#Oil 36,000 (33% of energy, 8% of electricity)
#NaturalGas 4,000 (22% global electricity)
#Biofuel/Biomass 24,000 (21% global energy)
#Solar (rooftop) 440 (< 1% global electricity)
#Wind 150 (2% global electricity)
#Hydro – global average 1,400 (16% global electricity)
#Hydro – U.S. 5 (6% U.S. electricity)
#Nuclear – global average 90 (11% global electricity w/Chern&Fukush)
#Nuclear – U.S. 0.1 (19% U.S. electricity)
*Look at which energy input is the least deadly... #Nuclear.
Most people's nuclear fears are irrational, unfounded, and not based in any evidence. #Uranium