En Dubái, los líderes del mundo, grandes empresas y actores de la sociedad civil buscan soluciones y pactos para luchar contra la climática. Estos días, el metano ha estado en el centro de las discusiones. Se trata de un gas que tiene un poder de calentamiento de la atmósfera 40 veces más elevado que el CO2. Desde DubáiAunque no lo parezca, los cultivos de arroz, la digestión de los bovinos y la extracción de hidrocarburos tienen un punto en común: son actividades humanas que emiten grandes cantidades de metano, un gas que contribuye gravemente al calentamiento de la atmósfera.Durante la última década, gracias al auge de la observación satelital, los científicos han descubierto una realidad preocupante: las emisiones de metano son mucho más elevadas que lo que reportan las empresas y estados. “La constante ha sido que en cada lugar donde realizamos un estudio detallado de emisiones (de metano), lo que nos encontramos es que son mucho más altas de lo reportado ya sea por los gobiernos en los inventarios nacionales o las empresas en sus reportes de emisiones.”, indica a RFI el doctor Daniel Zavala-Araiza, científico de la ONG internacional Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) y que coordina el equipo de estudio del metano. “Eso nos pasó en EE.UU., en Canadá y de manera más reciente en México: encontramos que las emisiones eran más del doble de lo que los datos del gobierno y la industria local sugeriría”, ejemplifica el científico.En 2021, en el marco del Global Methane Pledge, la comunidad internacional se comprometió a reducir un 30% las emisiones globales de metano en 2030, con relación a 2020. El cumplimiento de dicha promesa permitiria enfriar la atmósfera 0,2°C de aquí a 2050. Pero a pesar de este compromiso y de la existencia de soluciones técnicas sencillas para reducirlas, las fugas masivas de metano persisten en países como Kazajistán, Rusia, China, EE.UU. o Emiratos Árabes Unidos. En esta COP28 en Dubái, medio centenar de empresas de extracción de hidrocarburos, entre las cuales varias empresas nacionales y gigantes como Shell, Exxon o TotalEnergies se comprometieron a reducir al máximo sus emisiones de metano de aquí a 2030 poniendo fin a la quema rutinaria de gas en antorcha, por ejemplo. Estados Unidos también anunció una regulación más estricta para el sector energético.Según Daniel Zavala-Araiza, estos compromisos voluntarios de empresas de hidrocarburos para eliminar las emisiones de metano, aunque son bienvenidas, no son suficientes. La COP, debe ser, según el investigador, el momento de consensuar regulaciones más ambiciosas. “Hemos visto desde el sábado una combinación de regulaciones más ambiciones de parte de EE.UU., de la Unión Europea y de empresas que se juntan para minimizar las emisiones (…). Las acciones voluntarias por si solas no van a funcionar, necesitamos regulaciones”. La ONG EDF lanzará a principios del año entrante un satélite que permitirá detectar con más precisión las fugas de metano y poder así denunciar su existencia.
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Today's guest is a prime example of following your curiosity to find your purpose. Claire Diab is the founder of The American Yoga Academy, a professor of Asian Studies at Seton Hall University, the co-creator of the Chopra Wellness Center's yoga program and a member of The Chopra Center Teachers' Advisory Board. Claire has had a very successful career as a yoga teacher and trainer. Her past and present corporate clients include SBLI USA, Dun & Bradstreet, Honeywell, JP Morgan, Cooper Genomics, American Home Products, Exxon, MSNBC, CNBC, AT&T, and many more. Claire has worked with numerous celebrities and a large private clientele. She was awarded Executive and Professional Woman of the Year in 2012 by The National Association of Professional Women.https://americanyogaacademy.com/https://www.georgespeterson.com/meditation
In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup - Weekly Recap, Michael Tanner and Stuart Turley discuss various energy-related topics. They cover Iran's expanding oil trade with China, highlighting the significant increase in Chinese imports of Iranian oil. The discussion also touches on the importance of Stu's "dark fleet" in understanding such trade dynamics. The hosts then shift to the UK, where the net zero minister claims that oil and gas are not the problem for climate change, but rather, it's the carbon emissions from these sources. The conversation explores global energy dynamics, including China's growing role in LNG imports and the environmental impact of such deals. The hosts also touch on Diablo Canyon's potential extension, crediting President Xi's influence, and Exxon's plans to produce lithium for electric vehicles. Finally, they discuss challenges with EV charging stations, highlighting issues such as outages, payment failures, and handshake failures in the charging process, indicating the challenges in scaling up electric vehicles.Highlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro01:06 - Explainer: Iran's expanding oil trade with top buyer China03:33 - Oil and gas ‘not the problem' for climate, says UK's net zero minister05:52 - China LNG deals come at an environmental cost08:09 - Top LNG importer China re-selling more cargoes, eyes trading gains10:16 - PG&E files extension to keep Diablo Canyon operational13:41 - Exxon to start lithium production for EVs in the US by 202716:49 - I Visited Over 120 EV Chargers: Three Reasons Why So Many Were Broken19:58 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast.Explainer: Iran's expanding oil trade with top buyer ChinaNov 10 (Reuters) – China's oil imports from Iran have hit record highs as Iran ramps up output despite the threat of further U.S. sanctions. Existing sanctions were implemented over Iran's nuclear programme, and U.S. […]Oil and gas ‘not the problem' for climate, says UK's net zero ministerOil and gas are “not the problem” for the climate, but the carbon emissions arising from them are, the UK's net zero minister has told MPs. In words that suggested the UK could place yet […]China LNG deals come at an environmental costChina's LNG deal-making has been gaining momentum, even amid international calls to pull back on gas development due to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and methane leakage problems. Chinese gas importers have increased long-term LNG contracts with both Qatar and […]Top LNG importer China re-selling more cargoes, eyes trading gainsChina, the world's top importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG), is increasingly re-selling some of the super-chilled fuel to other Asian buyers as it looks to profit from price swings. Armed with a growing portfolio […]PG&E files extension to keep Diablo Canyon operationalPacific Gas & Electric has officially filed its relicensing application with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to extend operation at the Diablo Canyon power plant for another 20 years. The multi-year process will not hinder the […]Exxon to start lithium production for EVs in the US by 2027HOUSTON, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) said on Monday it plans to start producing lithium from subsurface wells by 2027 to provide supplies of the key metal used in electric-car batteries and advanced electronics. Oil […]I Visited Over 120 EV Chargers: Three Reasons Why So Many Were BrokenLos Angeles County has more public electric-vehicle fast chargers than any other in the country. WSJ's Joanna Stern hit up 30 charging locations in a Rivian R1T and ran into problems at 40% of them. […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
INDEX: 0:00 - Introduction 0:22 - First Private Equity Fund 4:11 - Evolution of Benchmark 8:17 - Benchmark's Geopolitical Influence and Industry Transformation 13:08 - The Timeline for Achieving US Battery Supply Chain Independence 16:30 - Arnold Schwarzenegger Champions Critical Minerals and Battery Supply Chain on Global Stage 20:47 - China's Imposition of Export Licenses on Graphite Sparks Global Concerns 23:41 - The Potential for AUS Players to Extend Down the Value Chain 27:00 - Lithium Industry Faces Shifting Dynamics: Could The Hunter Become the Hunted Amid Market Valuation Swings? 31:02 - Exxon's Lithium Aspirations: Investment Plans and Challenges of Pricing Mechanisms 36:20 - Challenges in Meeting EV Demand: Unpacking the Gap Between Ambitious Production Numbers and Supply Constraints 39:05 - Biden's Impact on U.S. EV Policy: Potential for Joe Manchin's Presidential Bid 45:47 - Bifurcation in Lithium Pricing: Capital Intensity, Regional Supply Chains and Different Prices in Global Markets 48:27 - Wrap-up #lithium #Tesla #electricvehicles _________________________________________________ Thank you to our Patrons for supporting the channel. Register your email at https://www.rkequity.com and follow Rodney and me on Twitter (@lithiumionbull @RodneyHooper13) and on LinkedIn. Please also subscribe here on YouTube to Rock Stock Channel to ensure full access to all our free content. And finally, if you find value in our content, please consider joining us on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/rockstockchannel _________________________________________________ DISCLAIMER NOT INVESTMENT ADVICE. DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH Rodney and Howard are not financial advisors nor broker-dealers, this video is for information purposes only and should not be considered investment or financial advice. Please do your own independent research and read the disclaimer at the end of the video or on RK Equity's website https://www.rkequity.com Intro and outro audio credit: Jamie Klein
What Big Oil knew — from climate to Iraq.John Browne, Chairman of BeyondNetZero, was CEO of BP from 1995 – 2007. In 1997, he broke ranks with the industry and delivered a landmark speech on the impact of burning fossil fuels on the climate. But this was two decades after Exxon had hired their own climate scientists and buried the results.John explains what he and his executive team knew in the mid-nineties, insisting they began working solutions as soon as they understood the planet was heating up. However, as I point out, there are clues on BP's website which suggest the company knew beforehand. We also discuss the impact of resources and particularly fossil fuels on conflict with John revealing he was invited to the Pentagon around the time of the Iraq war to estimate how much oil was in the Middle East nation. Planet: Critical investigates why the world is in crisis—and what to do about it. Support the project by becoming a free or paid subscriber.© Rachel Donald Get full access to Planet: Critical at www.planetcritical.com/subscribe
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In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup, Stuart Turley covers various topics related to energy, starting with Turkey's role as the main beneficiary of a gas hub critical for EU and European energy security. He discusses geopolitical shifts, emphasizing Turkey's strategic position in receiving Russian gas. The podcast also delves into Exxon's plans to start lithium production for electric vehicles in the U.S. by 2027, highlighting the increasing focus on the electrification sector by major oil companies. Other topics include the importance of crude oil in electricity production, concerns about electricity shortages in the upcoming winter, and the NIMBY (Not In My Backyard) stance on offshore wind transmission lines in Cape Cod. Turley concludes by thanking subscribers and teasing upcoming interviews with industry leadersHighlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro02:05 - Who Is The Main Beneficiary Of The Gas Hub In Turkey?05:33 - Exxon to start lithium production for EVs in the US by 202708:48 - Without Crude Oil There Would Be No Need for Electricity10:09 - DO WE FACE ELECTRICITY SHORTAGES THIS WINTER? NERC ISSUES 2023-2024 WINTER RELIABILITY ASSESSMENT12:18 - Cape Codders say no to offshore wind transmission lines under their beaches14:05 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast.Who Is The Main Beneficiary Of The Gas Hub In Turkey?Energy researcher Irina Mironova writes that a Turkish gas hub where Russian natural gas can be traded is becoming a tangible reality, with the project's launch planned for 2024. However, the primary purpose will not be to maintaining […]Exxon to start lithium production for EVs in the US by 2027HOUSTON, Nov 13 (Reuters) – Exxon Mobil (XOM.N) said on Monday it plans to start producing lithium from subsurface wells by 2027 to provide supplies of the key metal used in electric-car batteries and advanced electronics. Oil […]Without Crude Oil There Would Be No Need for ElectricityEverything that needs electricity is made from petrochemicals manufactured from crude oil. Most of the products that did not exist before the 1800's are made from petrochemicals manufactured from crude oil. To date, we have […]DO WE FACE ELECTRICITY SHORTAGES THIS WINTER? NERC ISSUES 2023-2024 WINTER RELIABILITY ASSESSMENTThe North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) is responsible for reducing risks to the reliability of the electric power grid in the U.S., Canada, and a tiny part of Mexico. NERC is overseen by the Federal […]Cape Codders say no to offshore wind transmission lines under their beachesBARNSTABLE — The scene at Barnstable High School on a recent Monday night felt like a homecoming rally — all anxious energy, cheers, and hugs. A crush of bodies flooded the hallway as revelers greeted […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
Only days until money runs out - will the government shot-down? Markets on the herky-jerky, thanks to the Fed and Mr. Powell. Major retail earnings out this week - winners and losers. PLUS we are now on Spotify and Amazon Music/Podcasts! Click HERE for Show Notes and Links DHUnplugged is now streaming live - with listener chat. Click on link on the right sidebar. Love the Show? Then how about a Donation? Follow John C. Dvorak on Twitter Follow Andrew Horowitz on Twitter Warm Up - 4-days until shut- down / anyone care? (Shut up about shut-down already - Moody's angry - Moves US rating outlook - Croc's CTP Still Open of Entries| - Thanksgiving - What are we doing - menu items! - BOOM! CPI dips a bit ad market RAMP (KRE up 7% IWM up 5%+) Market Update - Herky Jerky - Thanks to Fed - Big names continue to push up index values - KRI +2 Slight Overheating - Retailers earnings this week, Walmart, Target Etc -- Consumers in the spotlight Moody's - Moody's on Friday changed the outlook on the government of United States of America's ratings to "negative" from "stable". - The rating agency said it expects United States' fiscal deficits will remain very large, significantly weakening debt affordability. - Moody's affirmed the long-term issuer and senior unsecured ratings at "Aaa". - Another wake up call to the administration/govy of US to get their shot together. Fed - Powell was in push-0back mode on Thursday on a speech that he clearly stated that there is probably more work to be done to conquer inflation - "If it becomes appropriate to tighten policy further, we will not hesitate to do so," Powell cautioned a market still betting both that rate hikes are done and that three cuts are coming next year, starting as soon as June. - Same day as the Bond market glitch, which as problematic - Not to worry, by Firiday no-one believed Powell an ran markets up hard (one of the best days for NAZ100 in 2023 Consumers - The consumer took a spending break ahead of the holiday season, with October retail sales, excluding autos and gas, falling by 0.08%, and core retail, which also removes restaurants, declining by 0.03% (CNBC Monitor) - The October data showed weakness in gas station sales, electronics and appliances and furniture and home stores. There was strength in sporting goods and hobby stores and non-store retails, or internet sales, along with health and personal care. Ransonware Attack - Biggest bank - Could this be the reason Treasury auction last Thursday was so weak (smacking down markets) - Sources told Bloomberg that ICBC Financial Services, a U.S. subsidiary of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, relied on the offline system to process trades of U.S. Treasuries after it was hit by a ransomware attack on Wednesday. - It could take days to reconnect ICBC to the electronic settlement system, Reuters reported. - Analysts say the attack, which disrupted the U.S. Treasury market on Thursday, was likely the work of LockBit, a Russia-linked criminal gang that was also accused of hacking Boeing earlier this year. Today, the group claimed responsibility in messages to reporters. Planes! - Emirates Airline on Monday announced an order for 95 Boeing aircraft at a value of $52 billion, kicking off the first major deal of the 2023 Dubai Airshow. - The state-owned flagship Dubai carrier, a subsidiary of Emirates Group, is ordering 55 additional Boeing 777-9s and 35 of its 777-8s, bringing the airline's total orders for the 777X widebody jets to 205 units. It is also updating its order of Boeing 787 Dreamliners from 30 to 35, comprised of 15 787-10s and 20 787-8s. - Being up 3% on the news Interesting... - Exxon aims to become a top lithium producer for electric vehicles with Arkansas drill operation - Exxon earlier this year purchased 120,000 acres of a geological site in southern Arkansas called the Smackover Formation that is rich in lithium.
Three news stories summarized & contextualized by analytic journalist Colin Wright.Key Fed inflation measure rises at slowest pace since 2021Summary: New inflation data released yesterday indicate that consumer prices in the US rose at a slower-than-expected pace in October, and that led to a surge in stock market activity around the country and in connected global markets.Context: This is broadly being seen as good news, for the US Federal Reserve, which is tasked with pulling inflation down to something close to 2%, and for US residents who have struggled with high inflation rates for several years; overall prices rose 3.2% in October compared to the previous year, which is down from September's rate of increase, and core prices, which exclude more variable and volatile food and energy numbers, rose 4% on an annual basis, which is the smallest increase since September of 2021; this is a more favorable bundle of data than most analysts were predicting, even at their most optimistic, and it's generally assumed that this means the Fed will keep interest rates steady at their next meeting in December.—BloombergOne Sentence News is a reader-supported publication. To support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Exxon to begin producing lithium to feed surging battery demandSummary: In what's being seen as a substantial strategic pivot, ExxonMobil has announced that it will begin producing lithium for the burgeoning electric vehicle market from underground sources in Arkansas beginning in 2027.Context: Many oil majors have gestured at getting involved in renewable energy infrastructure over the past handful of years, but this effort—unlike investments in carbon capture technologies and hydrogen—is not dual-use with their existing fossil fuel business, which suggests Exxon may be starting to map out, in earnest, a segue toward renewables, hoping to scoop up valuable assets before other energy companies can do so; that said, this follows another massive investment by Exxon in Pioneer Natural Resources, which is a huge, Texas-based oil producer, so while this is a foot in the EV-market door for the company, it's far from a wholesale shift in focus.—Financial TimesChrysler parent Stellantis prepares to offer buyouts to US salaried workersSummary: The parent company of automotive brands like Chrysler, Jeep, Ram, and Dodge is reportedly offering buyouts to about half of its US-based white-collar employees as part of an effort to cut its expenses as its recalibrates toward an EV-focused future.Context: This marks the second round of buyouts the company has offered this year, and it's expected to encompass around 6,400 nonunion workers with at least five years of experience; other US car companies like GM and Ford have also cut their ranks of salaried employees over the past year, and these cost-cutting efforts are being seen as a response to higher costs associated with EV R&D and battery manufacturing, alongside concerns about higher factory worker costs and the potential for an economic downswing that could truncate sales.—The Wall Street JournalMore than 40,000 US military personnel are based throughout the Middle East, and that number is expected to increase as the potential for a wider conflict (originating with the conflict between Israel and Hamas) increases.—Axios100 millionNumber of trees the Kenyan government is hoping its citizens will plant during a new state holiday.The government is freely distributing about 150 million seedlings via public nurseries to encourage said planting on public lands, and it has said it hopes citizens will also buy at least two seedlings apiece to plant on their own property.This is part of a larger effort by the Kenyan government to plant 15 billion trees over the next decade in order to ameliorate the impacts of climate change, and reforest deforested parts of the country.—BBC NewsTrust Click Get full access to One Sentence News at onesentencenews.substack.com/subscribe
In this episode, Andrew Curry, Chief Data Officer at ExxonMobil, shares with us how ExxonMobil uses data and analytics to reduce its carbon footprint, the future of gen AI as he sees it, and why it's imperative to see data as an enabler to business capabilities.---Dive deep into the world of apps and generative AI at Snowflake BUILD 2023. This December, developers, data scientists, engineers, and startups will have access to exclusive sessions focused on building apps, data pipelines, and machine learning workflows in the age of generative AI and LLMs. Discover how to use the latest Snowflake innovations through product deep dives, demos, and hands-on-labs.Learn more and register for a BUILD event in your region.
Episode 191: Neal and Toby break down ESPN's launch into the wagering space with ESPN Bet on Tuesday. Plus, a new study was released revealing who is buying homes and how much the typical buyer is making. Also, why there is a shift in international students flocking the US for college and Exxon goes all in on Lithium. Toby shares his favorite trends and how much would you pay for a pet psychic? Listen to Morning Brew Daily Here: https://link.chtbl.com/MBD Watch Morning Brew Daily Here: https://www.youtube.com/@MorningBrewDailyShow Checkout Morning Brew Learning Here: https://learning.morningbrew.com/allaccess Disclosure: This is a paid advertisement for Autonomix's Regulation A+ Offering. Please read the offering circular at invest.autonomix.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's an amazing Tuesday to be in the car business as we talk about some favorable effects from the UAW strike for workers at other OEMs. We also cover Exxon's transition into lithium production, as well as a little slip from a Google employee during the trial. We're starting today with two labor related stories…The first is Stellantis has announced voluntary buyout packages for 6,400 U.S. salaried employees, citing challenging market conditions. This move aligns with the company's transition to EVs and its Dare Forward 2030 strategy In a statement the company said: "As we prepare for the transition to electric vehicles, Stellantis announced today that it will offer a voluntary separation package to assist those non-represented employees who would like to separate or retire from the company to pursue other interests with a favorable package of benefits," The decision coincides with UAW members voting on a labor agreement that includes double-digit raises and $19 billion in manufacturing investments.Hyundai Motor has announced a 25% wage increase for nonunion production workers at its Alabama factory by 2028, following similar moves by Toyota and Honda.Honda also recently announced an 11% pay hike for U.S. production workers, influenced by UAW negotiations.Exxon is aiming to be a leading producer of lithium production by the year 2030 as they announced their plan to start lithium production in the U.S. by 2027, and producing batteries for one million EVs annuallyExxon aims to produce lithium from briny waters in Arkansas, using conventional drilling and direct lithium extraction technology."In the long term, lithium really is a global opportunity," said Dan Ammann, president of Exxon's Low Carbon business unit. "We are starting here because there is an urgent need to ramp up domestic production of these critical materials."Fun fact: Exxon actually invented the rechargeable lithium-ion battery in the 70s yet has no plans to invest in EV charging stations like its rivals BP and Shell. Just when you thought Apple and Google were just good friends, it was revealed in Google's antitrust trial that they pay 36% of all ad revenue from Safari to Apple. This figure was revealed in Google's antitrust trial, where it was disclosed that Google spent $26.3 billion in 2021 to be Safari's default search engine, with $18 billion going to Apple.According to Bloomberg, Google lawyer John Schmidtlein “visibly cringed when Murphy said the number.”Hosts: Paul J Daly and Kyle MountsierGet the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
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This week we discuss Exxon's move into lithium, whether Joe Biden is taking Sam's advice on domestic oil production, and Howie reveals the release of his new special! That, plus Howie's picks in this edition of Cash Daddies!Copy James at www.copymycrypto.com/sam!Cash Daddies on social media: https://lnk.bio/d1sj/Check out Sam's dates: https://samtripoli.com/events/Visit www.chaostwins.com to support Sam's family-friendly project!Watch Howie's comedy special here: https://youtu.be/SyL28bklxoYHosts: Sam Tripoli, Howie Dewey, Johnny WoodardThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5876593/advertisement
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Money Dysmorphia is a distorted view of wealth that often hinders sufferers from reaching long-term financial goals, Exxon accelerates the EV revolution with lithium drilling right here in the U-S and taking the stress out of making the Thanksgiving meal and opting to go to a restaurant instead.
Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at Cresset Capital Management, says that the "hurricane" of bad economic numbers investors expected in 2023 could be a "gale force wind" in 2024, which is "something we can adjust to," which should help keep an economic downturn to a modest amount of time. Still, Ablin says that the technology sector is trading at 47 percent premium on a relative forward P/E basis to the rest of the Standard and Poor's 500, and history suggests that condition will lead to mediocre performance over the next 12 months. In The NAVigator segment, Eric Purington of the Aberdeen Global Infrastructure Income Fund, says mega-mergers involving oil giants Exxon and Chevron have implications for middle-market and midstream energy companies and infrastructure companies, because they show that larger energy companies are poised to make big investments in smaller firms, and the deals have opened the door to other mergers at all levels of the industry. Plus, in the Market Call, Dan Ives of the Wedbush ETFMG Global Cloud Technology ETF talks artificial-intelligence and cloud computing companies.
Eric Purington, portfolio manager for the Aberdeen Global Infrastructure Income Fund, says that two mega-mergers outside of the infrastructure space -- deals involving upstream energy giants Exxon and Chevron -- have a lot of implications for middle-market/midstream energy companies and infrastructure stocks. Purington says that the larger energy companies are now poised to make big investments, which will trickle down to infrastructure and services companies, but adds that these big deals have opened the door to other mergers at all levels of the industry, which should make for opportunity ahead. Says Purington: "With the leaders in the space doing it, that is going to work it's way down."
Les projets d'expansion dans les énergies fossiles mettent en péril la limitation du réchauffement à +1,5°C, prévient un nouveau rapport des Nations unies. C'est pourtant l'industrie des hydrocarbures qui a le vent en poupe sur les marchés. Celle des énergies renouvelables pique du nez. D'après l'indice Standard and Poor's des énergies propres suivant les 100 entreprises les plus significatives du secteur, les actions sont en repli de 30% depuis le début de l'année et même de 50% depuis 2021. Tandis que l'indice Standard and Poor's 500, qui scrute les entreprises des hydrocarbures, progresse. Il est même en forte hausse depuis cet été. Les investisseurs savent bien qu'à long terme le pétrole, le charbon et le gaz sont néfastes pour la planète et donc pour l'économie. Mais ce n'est pas la priorité du moment, ils privilégient les hydrocarbures parce qu'elles leur offrent des dividendes immédiats et juteux.Les marchés ne croient pas au pic pétrolier annoncé pour 2030 par l'Agence internationale à l'énergie (AIE) ?Le « peak oil », qui est perçu comme un pic de la consommation de pétrole, est une prévision. Elle varie donc régulièrement, au gré des informations disponibles sur l'offre et la demande d'énergies. Mais aussi en fonction des intérêts et des convictions des commanditaires de l'étude. L'AIE représente les pays occidentaux consommateurs de pétrole et est très engagée dans la décarbonation. D'après l'Organisation des pays exportateurs de pétrole (Opep), le« peak oil » n'interviendra pas avant 2045. Et pour la première compagnie pétrolière américaine, Exxon Mobil, ce serait même 2050.La guerre en Ukraine a fait grimper le cours du brut. Celle qui est en cours au Proche-Orient pourrait avoir le même effet. C'est dans ce contexte que les Américains Exxon et Chevron ont défrayé la chronique des offres publiques d'achat (OPA) en annonçant des méga acquisitions dans le gaz de schiste américain et le pétrole de Guyana, pour un montant total dépassant les 100 milliards de dollars. Les deux compagnies se préparent à un possible choc de la demande, en pensant très fort que les énergies renouvelables ne seront pas suffisantes pour y répondre.Comment expliquer la contre-performance des énergies renouvelables à la Bourse ?Cette industrie encore jeune est certes fortement subventionnée aux États-Unis comme en Europe, mais c'est aussi une industrie qui nécessite des investissements colossaux. C'est pourquoi la rentabilité n'est espérée qu'à très long terme. En attendant, il faut rembourser les dettes alors que les taux d'intérêt se sont envolés. Et supporter l'inflation des coûts. Deux phénomènes concomitants qui rognent leurs marges dans un univers hyper concurrentiel, où les Chinois ont une longueur d'avance, sur le solaire comme sur l'éolien. Même les champions chinois ont vu leurs profits se tasser au troisième trimestre. À la veille de la COP28, le message envoyé par les marchés vient conforter le lobby des énergies fossiles et saper les arguments des scientifiques.À lire aussiPourquoi produit-on toujours plus de sources d'énergie fossile ?
In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup, Michael Tanner and Stuart Turley discuss various energy-related topics, including Warren Buffett's growing cash pile, the challenges faced by the wind energy industry, requests from 12 European countries to install small nuclear reactors, the ineffectiveness of EU sanctions against Russia, and the advancement of pro-nuclear legislation in the United States. They highlight the need for regulatory reforms and efficiency to address energy-related issues and emphasize the importance of addressing energy poverty. They talk about the recent financial market trends, highlighting the slowdown in U.S. job growth and wage inflation, which suggests that the Federal Reserve may not raise interest rates anytime soon. They also touch on oil and gas industry updates, including rig counts, earnings reports from companies like Pioneer and Vital Energy, and the ongoing situation in Israel. The discussion reflects a mix of economic, political, and environmental concerns within the energy sector, providing insights into the economic and energy landscape and emphasizing the importance of tracking these developments in the sector.Highlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro 04:21 - Berkshire Cash Pile Hits All-Time High $157 Billion, As Buffett Sells A Record $38BN In Stock In Past Year10:37 - Daily Caller: Do Big Wind Project Cancellations Signal Peak Subsidy Has Been Reached? Will the IEA even admit the issue?13:06 - Twelve countries request permission to install small nuclear reactors in the EU – What are the second order magnitude effects?15:54 - EU chief sheds light on new sanctions against Russia18:36 - House panel advances raft of pro-nuclear bills24:57 - Markets Update28:47 - Energy companies' recent earnings, highlighting Pioneer's strong performance, increased production guidance, and the possibility of integrating Pioneer's assets into Exxon.33:31 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast.Berkshire Cash Pile Hits All-Time High $157 Billion, As Buffett Sells A Record $38BN In Stock In Past YearOver the years, Warren Buffett has been opportunistic and “fluid” with his ideals and political opinions – he describes himself as a “democrat” yet without batting an eyelid will demand government bailouts for his portfolio […]Daily Caller: Do Big Wind Project Cancellations Signal Peak Subsidy Has Been Reached? Will the IEA even admit the issue?ENB Pub Note: David Blackmon's article from the Daily Caller is excellent, and we highly recommend that you follow the Daily Caller and his personal substack. We also highly recommend subscribing to all of his […]Twelve countries request permission to install small nuclear reactors in the EU – What are the second order magnitude effects?Twelve EU member states have called on the European Commission to create a pan-European industrial union and allow the installation of small nuclear reactors, according to Contexte. It is noted that Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech […]EU chief sheds light on new sanctions against RussiaThere is a growing rift among the bloc's member states on imposing additional restrictions The EU is set to announce its 12th package of Ukraine-related sanctions on Russia next week, European Commission President Ursula von […]House panel advances raft of pro-nuclear billsAt a legislative markup session last week, a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee approved 17 energy bills for consideration by the full E&C committee, including 12 measures to boost and streamline the deployment of nuclear […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
-#BP y #Shell desean tener la misma suerte de #Exxon y #Chevron. -Productividad de EEUU aumenta a su mayor tasa el 3 años. -CEPAL estima que Latam aumentará sus exportaciones en 2024: pero el valor de éstas caerá.
In October two US oil and gas giants announced massive deals: Chevron bought Hess, and ExxonMobil acquired Pioneer Natural Resources. These deals expand each company's operations and secure their access to more oil for decades to come. But recent forecasts say global demand for fossil fuels will soon reach its peak. The FT's Myles McCormick looks at why these companies are betting oil demand will stick around and whether that bet will pay off. Clips from Yahoo Finance, Reuters, CNBC, Bloomberg - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For further reading:Oil megadeals usher in an age of energy uncertaintyDealmakers see Chevron-Hess tie-up as the start of oil ‘arms race'The race to be last man standing in Big Oil ‘Jewel in the crown': Chevron follows Exxon to Guyana's oil riches- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - On X, follow Myles McCormick (@mylesmccormick_) and Michela Tindera (@mtindera07), or follow Michela on LinkedIn for updates about the show and more. Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Matt and Nick talk about Exxon's purchase of Pioneer and Chevron's purchase of Hess (ExxonMobil agrees to buy shale rival Pioneer in $60 billion deal and Chevron to buy Hess Corp for $53 billion in all-stock deal),West Antarctica's ice shelf melting (Sea-level rise: West Antarctic ice shelf melt 'unavoidable'),Clean Hydrogen Hubs in the US (Biden-Harris Administration Announces $7 Billion For America's First Clean Hydrogen Hubs),California's new shrub rules (California homeowners will face new rules for where they can plant shrubs),The EPA's ban of trichloroethylene or TCE (Biden's “Moonshot” To Fight Cancer Just Took A Big Step Forward By Moving To Ban This Chemical)Atlantic Hurricanes are getting more powerful due to climate change (More Atlantic Hurricanes Rapidly Increasing to Cat. 3, Study Finds),And global efforts to end deforestation by 2030 need to ramp up big time (World far off track on pledges to end deforestation by 2030)!Make sure to check out our sponsor for today's episode at Vala Alta and use promo code “TPT” for 15% off.
APAC stocks eventually traded firmer across the board as the well-received earnings from Amazon and Intel pushed sentiment into the positive after the mostly lower close on Wall Street.US equity futures resumed trading on a firmer footing as Amazon shares rose by over 5% in the after-market as the Co. was bullish on AWS in its conference call, while Intel shares had soared 7.5% amid high demand for AI products.US President Biden ordered strikes against two facilities in Syria used by Iran's IRGC and Iran-backed groups and will take additional measures if attacks by Iran's proxies continue, according to Reuters citing the Pentagon.European equity futures are indicative of a modestly firmer open with Euro Stoxx 50 future +0.3% after cash markets had closed -0.6% on Thursday.Looking ahead, highlights include US PCE Price Index, Personal Income/ConsumptionEarnings: Air France, Carlsberg, Eni, Equinor, Sanofi; NatWest; Exxon, Chevron, Abbvie, Aon, Charter, Colgate, Phillips 66Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
US futures are firmer as broader risk appetite is supported post-AMZN/INTCEuropean bourses experience divergence as the above tone is offset in places by marked losses in heavyweight Sanofi post-resultsDXY remains above the 106.50 mark with the JPY around 150.00 where marked OpEx resides, PPI supports AUDCore fixed income awaits US PCE but retain an underlying bidCrude benchmarks benefit from a flare-up in geopolitical tensions though XAU remains containedLooking ahead, highlights increase US PCE Price Index, Personal Income/Consumption. Earnings: Carlsberg; Exxon, Chevron, Abbvie, Aon, Charter, Colgate, Phillips 66Read the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
The two US oil titans unveiled acquisitions worth more than $100 bln combined within weeks of each other. In this Viewsroom podcast, Breakingviews columnists discuss what's powering the renewed consolidation push, as well as the threats posed to the industry by a greener market. Visit the Thomson Reuters Privacy Statement for information on our privacy and data protection practices. You may also visit megaphone.fm/adchoices to opt-out of targeted advertising. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we had the pleasure of visiting with Chris Birdsall, Director of Economics and Energy at Exxon Mobil Corporation. Chris joined Exxon as an engineer in 1996 and has served in several areas of the organization including manufacturing, technology, and commercial roles over the past 27 years. For the last five years, Chris has lead a team of economists, modelers, and researchers responsible for the research and data that shapes Exxon Mobil's Global 2050 Outlook report (linked here). It was our pleasure to visit with Chris and learn more about his team, their views on long-term energy demand and supply, and have a chance to discuss all of the inputs and assumptions in an ambitious undertaking like this report. Chris prepared select slides from Exxon's 2050 Outlook to guide our conversation (the presentation slides are linked here). Chris walks us through the presentation but we stopped frequently for Q&A. We discussed a range of topics including how hard it is to do forecasts like this and why increasingly more organizations are choosing to put out scenarios rather than true forecasts, how Exxon's long-term emissions outlook compares to outcomes in Paris-aligned or net-zero scenarios, the correlation between energy consumption and human development, population projections, what Chris describes as the “and” equation between balancing human development with emissions reduction efforts, global energy demand growth by sector, growth in renewables and natural gas generation, and Exxon's underlying predictions for EV growth. We also discuss how interest rates and federal policies are factored into Exxon's models, the significance of the next ten years in determining trends in meeting 2050 emissions goals, the sustained investment needed in oil and natural gas, and much more. It is always exciting to discuss and debate future energy outlooks and we want to thank Chris for sharing his insights and time with us today. We could have continued for another hour! Mike Bradley kicked us off by highlighting that global markets continue to alternate between hope and worry as to when/if Israel pursues a full-blown Gaza ground invasion and how much regional conflict/chaos that will drive. He discussed that U.S. equity markets continue to be mostly focused on the direction of 10-year bond yields, which surged above 5% recently but have since pulled back to roughly 4.85%. He also noted that bond traders are beginning to worry less about current economic stats and focus more on who'll be the buyers of U.S. bonds given the endless annual U.S. budget deficits (~$2 trillion in 2023). He flagged that WTI crude oil price has plunged $5/bbl. this week due to the Israeli invasion of Gaza being temporarily delayed. He also highlighted an abundance of Q3 energy earnings reports this week from oil services, natural gas levered E&Ps and U.S. oil majors. He wrapped by highlighting the combined market-caps of recent U.S. oil major mega-deals and that they far exceed the market-cap of the next closest E.U. oil major. Arjun Murti noted recent M&A activity appears to be based on priced decks that carry more upside potential than downside risk and reiterated the need for a balanced energy mix. He also highlighted the current favorable environment for M&A activity given current market conditions, relatively lower oil and gas CapEx and growing pains in the new energy sector. Thanks to you all for your support and friendship!
☕️ No Morning Call de hoje, Henrique Esteter destaca a abertura de recuperação dos índices futuros norte-americanos, após alívio no mercado causado pelos tweets de Bill Ackman.O minério de ferro e o petróleo também avançam.*Dentre os principais destaques: *(i) Após perder R$ 32 bi em valor de mercado, Petrobras afirma que objetivo da revisão do Estatuto é ‘tão somente' mantê-lo atualizado;(ii) Aquisições de Exxon e Chevron levam M&A para US$ 140 bilhões no mês;(iii) IRB sai de prejuízo e tem lucro líquido de R$ 17,6 milhões em agosto.
Recorded on October 5, 2023 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTcW2RbfqWY Episode 96 of the PetroNerds podcast is another heavy hitting podcast from PetroNerds with NYU Stern adjunct professor Paul Tice. He has 40 years of Wall Street experience and he talks with Trisha Curtis about the policies and complexities of "ESG" (environmental, social, and governance). This is an incredible discussion and Paul and Trisha Curtis do not hold back. Trisha asks Paul a myriad of questions related to ESG, the energy transition, public companies, and access to capital. At the time of recording on October 5th, 2023, WTI was $82.36, falling from nearly $94/barrel on September 27th, 2023. Trisha asks Paul to walk listeners through ESG compliance by companies, those required and not required, and what it is actually achieving. He talks about the UN promulgated club and ESG requirements which is driving significant moves in the publicly invested space for strict ESG compliance. The UNPRI has strict membership compliance and is organized by the UN and is moving the needle on strict ESG compliance including requirements to implement UN sustainability goals and the Paris Climate Accords. Trisha asks about BlackRock, StateStreet, and Vanguard and the board room debacles in May of 2021 with Exxon, Chevron, and Shell. She also asks and touches on the UN backing of China's so-called "Green Belt and Road" and human rights violations. Paul gets into the fiduciary responsibility problems by applying ESG to funds and portfolios after they have been built and then trying to push these companies to change their behavior. Trisha asks Paul to offer some clarity on the pull back in green investing and the ESG push in the past year that many have heard about….is it real? They get into the subsidies behind wind, solar, and EVs, the auto strikes, and the massive transfer of wealth taking place in the sphere of very poor forms of energy being forced into economies by the government. Paul talks about the problem of ESG investments losing money in the short term and the real problems behind their promise that these ESG compliant companies and investments will make money in the future. Paul talks about how the energy transition and ESG is not driven by economics and reality but by politics. Trisha talks about why it is so important for oil and gas companies to really understand what is taking place in the ESG and investment space and the world and geopolitics so they can push back and properly invest in oil and gas. Trisha asks about the legalities and fiduciary responsibility and ESG and the lack of capital access that ESG push is creating. Paul talks about how important the credit markets are to focus on for ESG and the access to capital. He predicts governments in Europe and entities like the UN will declare a global climate emergency which will then be used to limit capital access to traditional fuel companies including oil and natural gas. Trisha asks how we educate and push back on all of this and stay positive despite the massive forces mounting against all of energy as well as the oil and gas industry. He explains that the industry, and all energy CEOs more broadly, need to speak out more and have more courage to defend the industry and their company and move away from the acceptance of the energy transition. Paul explains that the goal of the ESG movement and the energy transition is to shut down the oil, gas and coal industry in the US and the world. Trisha pushes everyone in the oil and gas industry, from CEOs to pumpers, to be vocal about what they do for a living and care about it and talk about it. Paul Tice says "defend yourself" and start talking frankly about climate. Listen on Itunes
This week, we are returning to five stories we have already covered to see what progress has been made (if any!): The Adani Group and its attempt to address a short seller report that questioned the group's governance that led to a massive loss in market share; the United Auto Workers strikes and the continued struggle in the auto industry; the Inflation Reduction Act and the trillions of dollars of capital is supports; what the EPA's methane rule has done for the gas industry in the US; and how Exxon has changed after having three seats of its 12 member board taken by over by Engine No. 1, an activist investor worried about carbon emissions.Host: Mike Disabato, MSCI ESG ResearchGuest: Harlan Tufford, Yu Ishihara, Mathew Lee, Chris Cote, Antonios Panagiotopoulos; MSCI ESG Research
This week on Prof G Markets, Scott shares his thoughts on Exxon's $60 billion acquisition of Pioneer. He then explains why private credit firms are essentially marketing organizations, and why you're better off investing in index funds. Scott also takes a look at Ireland's new sovereign wealth fund and proposes a global minimum corporate tax. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Israel is preparing to launch a major ground invasion of Gaza, the UK justice secretary is set to announce a controversial plan to address the chronic shortage of space in jails, and Exxon's $60bn acquisition of a shale company could set off a wave of industry consolidation. Mentioned in this podcast:US sends second aircraft carrier as Israel prepares offensive in GazaResidents flee Gaza City as Israel tells 1.1mn to leaveBritish prisoners face jail time abroad under radical government plansBehind ExxonMobil's contrarian $60bn oil betAccess 50 per cent off of a digital subscription FT.com/briefingsaleThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon, Sonja Hutson, Kasia Broussalian and Marc Filippino. Additional help by Monica Lopez, Peter Barber, Michael Lello, David da Silva and Gavin Kallmann. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music.Read a transcript of this episode on FT.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
According to the most recent consumer price index, inflation didn’t go up in September. But it also didn’t go down. To fight inflation, does the economy have to run in place, like a hamster on a wheel? We’ll ask a few economists. Also in this episode, Exxon shells out $60 billion to expand operations in West Texas, used car prices go down but remain out of reach for some buyers, and demand for “premium economy” seats drives up airline earnings.
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According to the most recent consumer price index, inflation didn’t go up in September. But it also didn’t go down. To fight inflation, does the economy have to run in place, like a hamster on a wheel? We’ll ask a few economists. Also in this episode, Exxon shells out $60 billion to expand operations in West Texas, used car prices go down but remain out of reach for some buyers, and demand for “premium economy” seats drives up airline earnings.
Episode 168: Neal and Toby discuss Exxon's $60 billion purchase of Pioneer to become the top oil dog in the US. Plus, why some companies want to blacklist certain college students for hire in the fallout of the Israel-Hamas war and why Birkenstock's stock price tanked after going public. Neal shares his favorite numbers and what brands does Gen Z love the most? And finally, Alaska Airlines is coming out with their own coffee that tastes better in the sky. Listen to Morning Brew Daily Here: https://link.chtbl.com/MBD Watch Morning Brew Daily Here: https://www.youtube.com/@MorningBrewDailyShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber began the show with the biggest M&A deal of the year as Exxon Mobil agreed to buy Pioneer Natural Resources for nearly $60 billion in an all-stock merger. Exxon said its production volume in the Permian Basin would more than double to 1.3 million barrels per day once the transaction closes. The anchors then shifted to this morning's inflation data with PPI coming in hotter than expected at 0.5% vs. the 0.3% estimate. Also in the mix: shoe maker Birkenstock made its market debut at the NYSE, after pricing at $46 per share. Should investors buy the new public company? Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
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A new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) looks at the details of Guyana's planned "Gas to Energy" project and finds mostly benefits for ExxonMobil and more debt for Guyana. Read the full report here: https://ieefa.org/articles/guyana-gas-energy-project-unnecessary-and-financially-unsustainable Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A.M. Edition for Oct. 6. The potential megadeal for shale driller Pioneer could reshape the American oil industry. Plus, Journal reporter River Davis talks about the hard-charging electric-vehicle maker that's giving Tesla a run for its money. And, the Nobel Peace Prize goes to imprisoned Iranian activist Narges Mohammadi. Keith Collins hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Payton discusses the tragic kidnapping of Sidney Reso and how his kidnappers led police on a chase to find Sidney before it's too late. https://linktr.ee/murderwithmyhusband Sources: “Mystery, Millions and Murder in North Jersey: The Tragic Kidnapping of Exxon's Sidney Reso” by John E. O'Rourke History.com - https://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/exxon-executive-is-murdered NY Daily News - https://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/ransom-bad-exxon-oil-executive-sidney-reso-killed-kidnap-arthur-irene-seale-article-1.448931 LA Times - https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1992-06-29-mn-919-story.html The Federalist - https://thefederalist.com/2021/04/16/the-terrifying-true-story-behind-one-of-the-fbis-biggest-kidnapping-cases/ The New York Times - https://www.nytimes.com/1992/07/01/nyregion/twisted-tale-of-a-kidnapping-and-of-dreams-gone-wrong.html, https://archive.nytimes.com/query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage-9F0CE1DA143DF93BA15755C0A964958260.html FBIStudies.com - https://fbistudies.com/2018/09/11/sydney-reso-kidnapping/ NJ.com - https://www.nj.com/coronavirus/2020/07/you-will-die-in-captivity-they-told-notorious-exxon-kidnapper-at-risk-of-covid-hes-asking-to-get-out.html Seattle Times - https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive/?date=19920522&slug=1493196 Texas Obituary Project - https://www.texasobituaryproject.org/040387reso.html Wikipedia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Seale Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices