Energy Musings, January 4, 2022

Energy Musings contains articles and analyses dealing with important issues and developments within the energy industry, including historical perspective, with potentially significant implications for executives planning their companies’ future. While published every two weeks, events and travel may alter that schedule. I welcome your comments and observations. Allen Brooks

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January 4, 2022

Thoughts On What 2022 Holds In Store For Energy

Forces that drove the oil and gas industry’s fortunes in 2021 should continue in 2022. The surprise of 2022 will likely be something we are not even aware of or appreciate its impact. READ MORE

Is It Green Or Is It Not? Status Of Nuclear Power In Europe

The European Union membership is split over whether to classify nuclear and natural gas power as green. We look to the global nuclear power industry as a solution to climate change. READ MORE

The Great Coal Revival That Was Missed By The IEA

Coal use is up sharply in 2021, but the latest IEA forecast calls for use to continue rising to a new record in 2024. In 2020, the IEA saw coal plateauing. They got the 2020 outlook wrong. 2021?  READ MORE

Study Says EVs More Costly To Operate Than ICE Vehicles

A detailed study concludes that when all issues EV owners must deal with are considered, EVs are more expensive to operate than ICE vehicles. We recently found a cost issue not publicized. READ MORE

Thoughts On What 2022 Holds In Store For Energy

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