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A Record Decline In Carbon Emissions
July 29, 2021
Global emissions of carbon dioxide in 2020 were 32.3 billion metric tons. When BP began reporting on carbon dioxide emissions in 1965, that number was 11.2 billion metric tons. In 55 years, the world...
G20 Confronts Environmental Reality
July 28, 2021
Coal-burning power plants can be replaced with natural gas. The US has done this successfully for over a decade, although progress has stalled this year due to higher natural gas prices.
Primary global energy consumption fell by 4.5% last year, which was the largest annual decline since 1945.
European Power Markets Ease But Prices Remain High
July 27, 2021
European power prices are benefiting from an uptake in power demand, strong commodities markets, and the ‘Fit for 55 strategy’ by the European Commission, which supports carbon prices.
The Fed’s taper talk, vaccines, Treasuries… the rifles are being fired at gold from every direction this week. Will it escape unharmed?
Commodities rallied 21% in the first half of 2021, making them the top performing asset group ahead of U.S., European, emerging market and non-Japan Asian stocks.
Visualizing China’s Energy Transition in 5 Charts
July 17, 2021
China is the world’s largest consumer of electricity, well ahead of the second-place consumer, the United States. Currently, 80% of China’s energy comes from fossil fuels.
Beware the Witches
July 16, 2021
When the largest coal ETF (KOL) was de-listed in December last year we suspected the worst was already in for coal stocks and the sector was about to turn the corner.
Visualizing the Flow of U.S. Energy Consumption
July 07, 2021
The United States relies on a complex mix of energy sources to fuel the country’s various end-sectors’ energy consumption.
Our World This Week: The Greatest Heist In History
July 03, 2021
Visualizing 50+ Years of the G20’s Energy Mix
June 29, 2021
Week 19 of 2021 shows the same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
Overnight Chinese stocks slumped, tracking losses in U.S. shares on much higher-than-expected inflation data there, as the materials sector tumbled after the government called for measures to deal with...
It’s Time To Buy Dirty Coal…
May 10, 2021
A look at a leaky ARK, an obvious short, a major inventory shortage, BDI making decade highs, coal on a tear, and a few inverted H&S bottoms.
Week 17 of 2021 shows the same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
How the World’s Energy Problem Has Been Hidden
May 04, 2021
May Fourth Be With The Dollar
May 04, 2021
After seeing its pre-weekend gains pared yesterday, partly due to some disappointing data, the US bounced back today.
Visualizing the Power Consumption of Bitcoin Mining
April 21, 2021
Cryptocurrencies have been some of the most talked-about assets in recent months, with bitcoin and ether prices reaching record highs. These gains were driven by a flurry of announcements, including...
Why & How To Invest In Alternative Energy ETFs
April 17, 2021
When you take a look at what is really going on around the world, what you realize is that coal, and nuclear, and gas-powered cars, aren't being pursued and will die out in a decade or three.
Rail Week Ending Saturday, March 20 - Improvement Continues
March 26, 2021
Week 11 of 2021 shows the same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
March 18, 2021
Monetary growth has already far outpaced levels from the 1970s. And we know that inflation follows the money supply, often with a lag.
Major users of coal across the world are set to ramp up their usage of fossil fuel in the coming months.
Re-Assessing The Commodity-FX Relation
March 03, 2021
The rally in commodities has benefited G10 commodity FX more than EM FX so far, due in part to the UST sell-off.
Why Collapse Occurs; Why It May Not Be Far Away
February 25, 2021
It is clear to many people that the world economy is now struggling. There is too much debt; young people are having trouble finding jobs that pay well enough; people in poor countries are increasingly...
How Wind Power Caused The Great Texas Blackout of 2021
February 18, 2021
The Great Texas Blackout of 2021 was a classic domino-effect chain reaction where unreliable wind power experienced a 93% failure rate hours before other power sources began to buckle under the strain...
Week 5 of 2021 shows same week total rail traffic (from the same week one year ago) improved according to the Association of American Railroads traffic data.
PMs Charging Higher As Stocks Keep Pushing On a String
February 09, 2021
Using More Energy, Everywhere
February 07, 2021
Last week the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released their 2021 Annual Energy Outlook (AEO). It is produced by their Bipartisan Policy Center, and presidential elections aren’t supposed...