The ramp-up in US coal consumption has more to do with market dynamics than politics, experts say.
1 September 2017
Vietnam is behind the curve in the shift away from coal-fired power, with gas’s share of its energy mix set to fall in the short term.
14 July 2017
Market participants have reacted strongly to proposals to reform California’s emissions trading system, saying it would drive down prices and reduce liquidity.
1 June 2017
Ontario is the latest province in Canada to introduce a carbon trading market as the country steps up its efforts to reduce emissions.
18 April 2017
Gas is not cheap enough in most regions for it to take advantage of the move to a lower-carbon world, data from the IEA suggests.
3 April 2017
Analysts are becoming more bullish on the prospects for renewable energy, which could start to overtake fossil fuels sooner rather than later.
28 February 2017
The world’s largest greenhouse gas emitter is preparing to launch its carbon trading market, but many uncertainties remain, analysts say.
17 January 2017
Donald Trump will seek to roll back regulation restricting the US coal industry, but his policies cannot change the fuel’s economics.
9 December 2016
The new UN secretary for climate change will see their role shift from political manoeuvring towards implementing practical measures.
15 March 2016
Gas will not overtake coal in the power generation merit order of Asia’s emerging economies even with a shift in global LNG pricing to the Henry Hub, analysts say.
3 November 2015
Despite fluctuations in Glencore’s share price and concerns about climate change, the outlook for coal seems secure for the foreseeable future.
5 October 2015
The completion of Europe’s three most advanced carbon capture and storage projects could help convince a sceptical public CCS can contribute to the fight against climate change.
15 September 2015