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At COP28 on Saturday, 50 oil and gas companies -- including industry giants ExxonMobil, Shell and BP -- pledged to reduce methane emissions to "near zero" by 2030. At the same time, the Biden administration announced new rules to enforce major elements of the agreement in the U.S. Fred Krupp, president of the Environmental Defense Fund, joins John Yang to discuss the importance of this deal. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
According to a Brown University professor, ExxonMobil threatens our democratic republic by purchasing another company. The totalitarian woke atmosphere in American higher education is the real threat. Original Article: Is ExxonMobil's Acquisition of Pioneer Natural Resources a "Threat to Democracy"?
What asset class is bigger than housing, but 10x less efficient? LAND. In this conversation, Brock talks with Justin Piche, former Navy submarine officer, about how he started flipping land on the side while working his W2 at Exxon Mobil and now leads a team of 10 full time employees. Episode Resources: Justin's Personal Website Justin on X Show Notes: Parenting, marriage, and preparing for baby #3 3:52 Work life balance in W2 and entrepreneurship. 10:25 Traveling with family and best destinations to visit Getting started investing. 27:27 House flipping as a business and startup costs. 32:22 Valuing land with various factors and due diligence. 35:41 Real estate investing strategies and logistics. 42:17 Scaling a real estate business with a growing team. 47:32 Capital intensity of land business and managing cash flow 55:21 Content creation. 1:01:14 Entrepreneurship and career transition for veterans. 1:15:56 -- The Scuttlebutt Podcast - The podcast for service members and veterans building a life outside the military. The Scuttlebutt Podcast features discussions on lifestyle, careers, business, and resources for service members. Show host, Brock Briggs, talks with a special guest from the community committed to helping military members build a successful life, inside and outside the service. Follow along: • Episode & transcript: https://www.scuttlebuttpodcast.co/ • Brock: https://www.brockbriggs.com/
La conferencia climática abre sus puertas en Dubái en medio de una polémica sobre el perfil de su presidente. Sultán Ahmed Al Jaber, ministro de Industria de Emiratos Arabes Unidos, séptimo productor mundial de petroleó, desempeña también el cargo de presidente de la principal empresa petrolera del país. Su trayectoria de empresario del sector de la energía fósil había levantado acusaciones de conflicto de intereses. El hombre que llevará la batuta de estas negociaciones en la Cop28 en Dubái es Sultán Ahmed Al Jaber, quien acumula las funciones de ministro de Energía y de Presidente de Adnoc, la principal empresa petrolera de Emiratos Árabes Unidos, séptimo productor mundial de oro negro y que planea aumentar su capacidad de producción en el futuro. Ello, a pesar de las recomendaciones de los científicos que llaman a eliminar las energías fósiles para evitar el calentamiento global.“Celebrar la cumbre en Emiratos Árabes, que es uno de los países más productores y con mayores emisiones per cápita (25 toneladas de CO2 por habitante), no parece, a priori, una buena decisión”, denuncia Javier Andaluz, responsable de asuntos climáticos en Ecologistas en Acción. El activista teme, al igual que cientos de otras ONG ambientalistas, que el perfil de Al Jaber sea un freno para las ambiciones climáticas.“Se rechaza que no solamente nos acoja a un país con fuertes intereses en la industria fósil, sino, además, que quien va a presidir las negociaciones climáticas sea un alto directivo de la empresa nacional de petróleos de Abu Dhabi”, detalla Andaluz, entrevistado por RFI en vísperas de la apertura de la Cop28.“Si bien es cierto que la presidencia [nota: rotativa de la Cop] no negocia directamente los textos, sino que son los países, su labor de mediación puede hacer de filtro para que propuestas como esa necesaria puesta de fecha de fin a los combustibles fósiles, pues no salgan de este acuerdo”, teme Javier Andaluz. El perfil de sultán Ahmed Al Jaber y la organización de la Cop28 en un país petrolero, que construye islas artificiales en el mar y pistas de esquí en pleno desierto, reactivó también el debate sobre la presencia de los lobbies de las industrias fósiles en las negociaciones internacionales. En el pasado, el lobby petrolero –empresas y estados- han logrado, por ejemplo, incluir en las negociaciones soluciones muy controvertidas para compensar las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero, como la captación del CO2, para evitar tener que reducir las efectivamente.Una COP presidida por un país petrolero “es una paradoja”, admite la experta colombiana en políticas climáticas Isabel Cavelier Adarve. “Principalmente porque existe el riesgo muy real de que esos intereses económicos se interpongan en la capacidad política de ese país de liderar un consenso ambicioso. Sin embargo, una paradoja siempre tiene dos caras. Y la otra cara de esta paradoja es que es fundamental que todos los países del mundo, incluyendo los países que dependen del petróleo o del carbón, pues hagan parte de la solución. Eso quiere decir que ningún país debe estar excluido de hacer parte de la solución”, matiza Cavelier, quien asesoró a varios conflictos latinoamericanos en negociaciones climáticas.Sultán Ahmed Al Jaber se defendió de las acusaciones de conflictos de intereses y recordó que también preside una empresa de energías renovables. Según él, los combustibles fósiles sólo se podrán abandonar cuando el mundo tenga la capacidad de reemplazarlas por energías renovables. En julio, Emiratos Árabes Unidos se unieron al objetivo común de muchos países de triplicar la producción de energías renovables de aquí a 2030. Pero en paralelo, forma parte del grupo de países petroleros que abogan por la captura y almacenamiento de carbono, técnicas que están lejos de poder absorber los miles de millones de toneladas de Co2 que agravan el cambio climático.ONG denuncian la presencia de los grupos de intereses petrolerosA pocos días de la Cop28, la ONG Corporate Accountability publicó un informe en el que alerta sobre la presencia de representantes de empresas contaminantes de petróleo y gas en las negociaciones de la ONU sobre el clima. “En los últimos 20 años han asistido al menos 7.200 veces a las negociaciones de la ONU”, indican los autores del informe.“El informe reconfirma que lamentablemente las cumbres de cambio climático y los organismos supranacionales son controlados por las empresas que destruyen el Planeta. Es repudiable que las empresas que más emiten gases de efecto invernadero, que impulsan el calentamiento, se presenten a las cumbres”, estima el abogado ecuatoriano ambientalista Pablo Fajardo de la Union de afectados y afectadas por Chevron Texaco.“Desde la COP9 de 2003, los empleados declarados de las empresas de combustibles fósiles han asistido a las negociaciones un mínimo de 945 veces. El personal declarado de las ‘5 grandes' petroleras -ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, BP y TotalEnergies- ha asistido un mínimo de 267 veces”, detalla el informe. Brenna TwoBears, Coordinadora Principal de Keep It In The Ground de la Red Indígena Medioambiental, afirmó que los lobbies de los combustibles fósiles superaron en número a la cantidad de indígenas que asistieron a la COP26 en Glasgow en 2021, en torno a un 200%. En la Cop27 en Egipto, se registró el récord de 636 lobistas de las energías fósiles acreditados, un 25% más que el año anterior. El presidente del gigante francés de la extracción petrolera TotalEnergies, Patrick Pouyané, asistió por ejemplo a la Cop27 invitado por la presidencia egipcia.La ausencia de reglas claras para evitar los conflictos de intereses es a menudo criticada. El 27 de noviembre pasado, la cadena británica BBC reveló informes internos según los cuales la presidencia emiratí de la COP28 incluyó temas de proyectos petroleros en las discusiones privadas previas a la Cop28.
In Episode 398 of District of Conservation, Gabriella dishes on her Giving Tuesday picks, what coverage to look out for at COP 28 in Dubai, and Exxon Mobil's big bet on lithium in southwest Arkansas. Tune in to learn more. SHOW NOTES Chart: 70,000 traveling to Dubai for COP28 EU lawmakers urge COP28 climate summit to take aim at fossil fuels UAE reportedly planned to use COP28 climate summit to lobby for oil and gas deals COP28's gender agenda: Spotlighting gender-responsive strategies for accelerated climate action Bloomberg: Eat Less Meat Is Message for Rich World in Food's First Net Zero Plan FAO at COP28: Agrifood systems solutions to shape climate agenda ExxonMobil drilling first lithium well in Arkansas, aims to be a leading supplier for electric vehicles by 2030 Oil Giant Exxon Betting On A Green Future --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/district-of-conservation/support
About 95% of companies in the S&P 500 have reported third-quarter earnings. So this week, we're having a roundtable conversation to discuss what we learned from the latest quarter and what the earnings reports tell us about where the market is and where it's heading. WSJ's Heard on the Street editor Spencer Jakab and reporter Justin Lahart join us to explore those ideas and more. Then, we're turning our attention to Dubai where the 28th annual United Nations Conference of the Parties, or COP 28, is kicking off this Thursday. The conference is all about governments coming together to agree on policies to address climate change. WSJ climate finance reporter Amrith Ramkumar explains why this year's conference is welcoming oil giants like Exxon Mobil and Chevron, and why you could see some big market moves for the next two weeks. We want to know what you've been wondering about the economy, companies, stocks, bonds, or markets in general. Send us a note or a voice-memo recording to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a voicemail at (212) 416-3489. Further Reading Breaking Down the Best Earnings Quarter in a Year Big Oil Producer Lines Up African Carbon Deals Ahead of Climate Talks Nations Keep Upping Fossil-Fuel Production Despite Climate Pledge For more coverage of the markets and your investments, head to WSJ.com.
8 years after a disastrous oil spill in Santa Barbara, oil company Exxonmobil wants to resume operations. KCSB's Annabelle Hurst speaks with the Environmental Defense Center's chief counsel Linda Krop.
In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup, Michael Tanner and Stuart Turley discuss various topics. They begin by exploring the collision of net-zero policies with economic reality, highlighting the challenges faced by countries and companies in achieving ambitious net-zero targets. The EU's threats to block new sanctions on Russia, issues with emissions reduction deadlines for member states, and concerns about Chinese tech companies exploiting U.S. green energy goals are also discussed. The conversation shifts to BP seeking partnerships to navigate the renewables landscape, emphasizing the changing strategies of major oil companies. In the financial markets, a rebound in oil prices is observed after a recent decline, while OPEC+ considers the possibility of further oil supply cuts in response to market conditions. The rig count experiences a minor increase, and ExxonMobil's recent developments in Guyana's offshore oil production are highlighted. The hosts conclude by anticipating potential social unrest and political tensions during the Thanksgiving week.Highlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro05:53 - Opinion: Net-zero policies colliding with economic reality08:33 - EU state threatens to block new sanctions on Russia09:52 - “Reduce Your Emissions Within Two Months Or Face The Consequences”, Brussels Tells 12 Member States12:37 - Chinese tech companies are exploiting US green energy goals, former State Department officials warn15:15 - BP seeks partnerships to navigate renewables storm19:42 - Markets Update22:00 - OPEC+ to consider whether more oil cuts needed – sources26:17 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast.Opinion: Net-zero policies colliding with economic realityAcross the advanced economies, the politics of net zero are colliding with reality, yet most politicians seem oblivious to the dynamics at play. The inconvenient truth is that the clean energy transition is not unfolding as foretold. Three decades […]EU state threatens to block new sanctions on RussiaThe Slovak foreign minister rejects Brussels' proposal to add nuclear fuel supplies to the upcoming round of penalties The government of Slovakia will not support restrictions on imports of nuclear fuel from Russia as part […]“Reduce Your Emissions Within Two Months Or Face The Consequences”, Brussels Tells 12 Member StatesAuthore by Ziare via ReMix News, The European Commission has ordered Hungary, Romania, and 10 other member states to comply with EU air pollution legislation and reduce their emissions of several pollutants to reduce air […]Chinese tech companies are exploiting US green energy goals, former State Department officials warnWatch the latest video at foxnews.com Fox EXCLUSIVE: Two former U.S. ambassadors are sounding the alarm on the increasing number of green energy projects nationwide being developed with the involvement of Chinese companies. Former U.S. Ambassadors […]BP seeks partnerships to navigate renewables stormYahoo Finance BERLIN/LONDON – BP is seeking partners for offshore wind projects in Japan and may invest in hydrogen technology companies to tackle inflation and equipment bottlenecks that have battered the renewables sector. Source: Reuters […]OPEC+ to consider whether more oil cuts needed – sourcesOPEC+ meets to set policy on Nov. 26 Oil has fallen to four-month low this week Saudi Arabia expected to extend voluntary cut – Energy Aspects MOSCOW/LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – OPEC+ is set to […]Bloomberg outlines how Russia has shrugged off sanctionsKey sectors of the Russian economy have adapted to sanctions or completely recovered from them, as the country shows a greater level of resilience than Western governments had expected, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. Industries ranging […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
Omaya Jones and Arkansas Times managing editor Benjamin Hardy talk about the news that ExxonMobil is going to begin mining for lithium in south Arkansas.https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2023/11/13/exxon-to-begin-producing-lithium-in-south-arkansas-by-2027-and-scale-up-rapidlyBenjamin Hardy and Editor-in-Chief Austin Bailey discuss more bad news for the Little Rock School District as well as the state education department's promotion of a private Christian school.https://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2023/11/17/lrsd-board-presses-pause-on-budget-busting-price-tag-for-new-wlr-campushttps://arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2023/11/16/voucher-mad-arkansas-department-of-education-uses-public-funds-to-promote-private-christian-schoolBenji and city reporter Mary Henningan talk about the ongoing rebuilding after the devastation of the March 31st tornado that went through central Arkansas.https://arktimes.com/news/2023/11/03/seven-months-later-little-rocks-long-road-to-recovery-from-a-devastating-tornadoMusic used in todays episode was composed and performed by Steinbruchel
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Daniel Eckert und Holger Zschäpitz über die plötzliche Champagnerlaune an den Märkten, die Kurshausse bei ProSiebenSat.1 und die abrupte Dollar-Schwäche beim MSCI World. Außerdem geht es um iShares Global Clean Energy (WKN: A0MW0M), Invesco Solar ETF (WKN: A2QQ9R), iShares Core MSCI World (WKN: A0RPWH), Invesco EQQQ Nasdaq-100 (WKN:A2N6RV), ARK Innovation (WKN: A14Y8H), iShares MSCI Global Semiconductors ETF (WKN: A3CVRA). Delivery Hero, Apple, Alphabet, Home Depot, CRH, Berkshire Hathaway, Linde, Eli Lilly, International Flavor & Fragrance, VWWare, Vertiv Holdings, Suncor Energy, Meta, Exxon Mobil, Uranium Energy, Nu Holdings, Helix Energy Solution, TSMC, Avis, Visa, Oracle, Boeing, Canadian National Railway, Thermo Fisher, Block, Fortinet, Booking Holdings, Splunk, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Horizon Therapeutics, Abcam, Novo Nordisk. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hier findet ihr alle AAA-Bonus-Episoden bei WELT – dazu den AAA-Newsletter und noch weitere WELTplus-Inhalte: https://www.welt.de/podcasts/alles-auf-aktien/plus247399208/Boersen-Podcast-AAA-Bonus-Folgen-Jede-Woche-noch-mehr-Antworten-auf-Eure-Boersen-Fragen.html Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte! https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
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.
The Coca-Cola Company is in a fizzy situation as it battles a $170 million in tax case with the Australian Tax Office. ExxonMobil, one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world, has announced plans to become a “leading producer” of lithium for electric vehicles. Pfizer is creating a new weight-loss drug to try and steal a chunk of the rapidly growing weight-loss drug market. — Build the financial wellbeing of your team with Flux at Work: https://bit.ly/fluxatwork Download the free app (App Store): http://bit.ly/FluxAppStore Download the free app (Google Play): http://bit.ly/FluxappGooglePlay Daily newsletter: https://bit.ly/fluxnewsletter Flux on Instagram: http://bit.ly/fluxinsta Flux on TikTok: https://firstname.lastname@example.org —- The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, host Andrew Lewin discusses the recent victory in the Hawaii Supreme Court, where they rejected Big Oil's appeal to avoid going to trial. This decision is significant as it allows the court to hold oil and gas companies accountable for their role in climate change. Andrew highlights the devastating consequences of climate change in Hawaii, particularly the wildfires that caused loss of life and property. This episode emphasizes the importance of taking action to protect the ocean and combat climate change. Link to article: https://www.commondreams.org/news/honolulu-climate-case Share your conservation journey on the podcast by booking here: https://calendly.com/sufb/sufb-interview Fill out our listener survey: https://www.speakupforblue.com/survey Join the audio program - Build Your Marine Science and Conservation Career: https://www.speakupforblue.com/career Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3NmYvsI Connect with Speak Up For Blue: Website: https://bit.ly/3fOF3Wf Instagram: https://bit.ly/3rIaJSG Twitter: https://bit.ly/3rHZxpc In this episode of the How to Protect the Ocean podcast, the host discusses a significant development in the legal battle between oil and gas companies and their connection to climate change. The Hawaii Supreme Court has rejected the appeal from Big Oil companies to avoid going to trial. This decision is seen as a win for those advocating for action on climate change and holding fossil fuel companies accountable for their role in contributing to global warming. The lawsuit, filed in 2020, accuses major oil and gas companies such as ExxonMobil, Chevron, Shell, and Sunoco of knowingly promoting fossil fuel products that pose a threat to the world's climate. The plaintiffs argue that these companies engaged in deceptive campaigns to downplay the link between their products and global warming, as well as the resulting environmental, social, and economic consequences. Chief Justice Mark Rectilwad, in his majority opinion, stated that the oil companies' attempt to dismiss the lawsuit on the basis of regulating emissions fell short. He emphasized that the lawsuit does not seek to regulate emissions or seek damages for interstate emissions. Instead, the plaintiffs' complaint aims to challenge the promotion and sale of fossil fuel products without proper warnings, aided by a sophisticated disinformation campaign. The court's decision means that the case will proceed to trial, allowing for further examination of the allegations and the gathering of evidence through the discovery process. Matthew Gonser, the executive director of Honolulu's Office of Climate Change, Sustainability, and Resiliency, expressed support for the court's decision and pledged to continue pursuing the case in a trial court where it was initially filed three and a half years ago. This development in Hawaii highlights the growing efforts to hold oil and gas companies accountable for their role in climate change. It sets a precedent for similar lawsuits and legal actions in other regions where communities have been impacted by the consequences of global warming. The outcome of this trial will be closely watched as it may have implications for future litigation against fossil fuel companies and their responsibility for addressing climate change. In addition to discussing the legal battle, the episode also addresses the importance of reviews for the How to Protect the Ocean podcast. Host Andrew Lewin encourages listeners to leave ratings and reviews on platforms like Apple Podcasts or Spotify. These reviews not only provide valuable feedback but also help others discover the podcast. Lewin explains that when people are looking for an ocean or conservation podcast to listen to, they often rely on recommendations and ratings. By leaving a review, listeners can contribute to the podcast's visibility and help it reach a wider audience. The host even invites listeners to share a screenshot of their review with him, expressing his excitement to hear their feedback. Overall, this episode emphasizes the significance of the court's decision in holding oil and gas companies accountable for their actions related to climate change. It also highlights the importance of reviews in providing feedback and helping others discover and enjoy the How to Protect the Ocean podcast.
When does a supermajor become a Super-Duper major? In the episode, we discuss Chevron acquiring Hess and ExxonMobil acquiring Pioneer Natural Resources. We talk about the deals, what they say about the state of the industry, and what financial planning considerations are there for employees of the firm being acquired. For more information and show notes, visit: https://bwmplanning.com/episode63Connect With Us:Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BrownleeWealthManagement/?ref=py_cLinkedin - https://www.linkedin.com/company/brownlee-wealth-management/
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 ?
Oil and gas companies have an enormous role in transitioning to a renewable future. This episode examines how Ipieca partners with companies and organizations to support a sustainable future through emissions reduction, nature conservation, and stakeholder engagement. Ipieca is the global oil and gas association for advancing environmental and social performance across the energy transition. In this episode: * Discover how Ipieca sets sustainability principles for members around climate, nature, and social impacts. * Hear why sustainability reporting allows companies to communicate their commitments to stakeholders and demonstrate progress. * Gain insights into how transparency and stakeholder engagement will shape the future of oil and gas companies.
Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 261, Air Products goes big in the Netherlands and how our communities reacting to the MachH2 hub development. I dive into these topics on today's hydrogen podcast.Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenEPISODE SPONSORFrom water electolyzers to flow batteries and fuel cells, Nafion™ Proton Exchange Membranes play a major role in advancing the Hydrogen Economy. Through their high conductivity, superior strength, and chemical durability, Nafion™ membranes provide the performance needed to make green hydrogen safer, more sustainable, and more affordable. Learn how Nafion™ ion exchange materials support the decarbonization of energy across the globe at www.nafion.com. VISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comDEMO THE H2 ADVANTAGEhttps://keyhydrogen.com/hydrogen-location-analytics-software/ CHECK OUT OUR BLOGhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.com/blog/WANT TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: firstname.lastname@example.orgNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors of HydrogenSupport the show
Do you ever wonder what the intersection of biotech and geopolitics looks like? This episode ventures into the realm of genetic testing and the geopolitical implications of a lab gifted by China to Serbia. FireEye, a state-of-the-art lab, stands at the precipice of pushing the boundaries of what we know about viruses and human genomes. As this technology extends its reach across four continents, the consequences could be monumental, ranging from bio weapons, mass surveillance, to harvesting global genetic data. Strap yourselves in for this fascinating discussion on the possible repercussions of this development.As we navigate the profound complexities of biotechnology, we shed light on the ethical dilemmas arising from the analysis of genetic data. The rapid progress in biotechnology, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, has flung open a Pandora's box of potential misuses and global geopolitical impact. We also venture into the realm of a potential hierarchical society where the affluent gain ascendance through genetic modifications. Switching lanes, we steer towards the world of electric vehicles, specifically into the impact of supercharging on EV batteries. We'll tread into the territory of battery degradation, advancements in technology to maximize battery life, and the different types of EV chargers. With the looming presence of giant oil companies like ExxonMobil and their potential push for alternative fuels, we dissect the trials and triumphs waiting in the future of EVs. So tune in, as we discourse on the electrifying journey of the future of mobility.Support the showLet's get into it!Follow us!Email us: TheCatchupCast@Gmail.com
Bruce M. Everett, PhD, is a specialist in global oil markets and international energy and environmental policy. He holds an A.B. from Princeton University and MA, MALD and PhD degrees from The Fletcher School at Tufts University. After starting his career in the International Affairs Office of the U.S. Department of Energy and its predecessor agencies between 1974 and 1980, he served as an Executive for the ExxonMobil Corporation with assignments in strategic planning, business development in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America, coal mining, electric power operations in Hong Kong, government affairs, and the commercialization of advanced gas to liquids technology. Following his retirement from ExxonMobil, he taught energy economics for 17 years at the Fletcher School and for 10 years at the Georgetown School of Foreign Service. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the CO2 Coalition. 00:00 Introduction and Guest Background 01:14 Debunking Climate Change Myths 01:38 The Misconceptions about Carbon Dioxide 10:00 The Truth about Renewable Energy 16:25 The Reality of Global CO2 Emissions 23:05 The Fallacy of Energy Transition 25:18 The Moonshot Fallacy and its Corollaries 32:46 Conclusion and Final Thoughts Slides for this podcast: https://tomn.substack.com/p/six-myths-about-climate https://co2coalition.org/teammember/bruce-everett/ ========= AI summaries of all of my podcasts: https://tomn.substack.com/p/podcast-summaries About Tom Nelson: https://linktr.ee/tomanelson1 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL89cj_OtPeenLkWMmdwcT8Dt0DGMb8RGR Twitter: https://twitter.com/tan123 Substack: https://tomn.substack.com/ About Tom: https://tomn.substack.com/about
This week, Peter and Jackie discuss recent news headlines, including some scary topics on this Halloween podcast recording. Here are some of the topics they discussed:· Rising geopolitical risks. Why are the oil markets calm in the face of the Israel-Hamas conflict and the potential for an oil outage? · ExxonMobil and Chevron announce significant acquisitions. In contrast to the news headlines, Peter and Jackie argue that these acquisitions could make sense, even in the scenario that oil and gas demand declines. · Clean energy stocks tumble. Clean energy indexes like the WilderHill Clean Energy ETF (PBW) are down about 35 percent since the summer. Why are stocks down, and what are the likely implications?· Canada announces a three-year pause in the carbon tax for heating oil to help with affordability. Yet, other sources of heating in the country do not get a break. Jackie and Peter discuss the outrage in areas of the country that do not depend on heating oil for heat, as well as other possible implications.Other content referenced in this podcast:· Thunder Said Energy: War and commodities: how do conflicts impact prices? October 12, 2023· The Clean Investment Monitor: Tracking Decarbonization Technology in the United States, Rhodium Group, MIT, CEEPR, September 2013, 2023· Prime Minister of Canada Office (PMO) announcement “Delivering support for Canadians on energy bills,” October 26, 2023Please review our disclaimer at: https://www.arcenergyinstitute.com/disclaimer/Check us out on social media:X (Twitter): @arcenergyinst LinkedIn: @ARC Energy Research InstituteSubscribe to ARC Energy Ideas PodcastApple Podcasts Google Podcasts Amazon Music Spotify
Last month, California Attorney General Rob Bonta sued tech giant Meta, arguing that its Instagram and Facebook platforms use psychologically manipulative features that are harming kids' mental health. And in September, his office sued ExxonMobil and other oil giants, alleging they misled the public about the climate effects of fossil fuels. We'll talk to Bonta about the high profile cases he's brought on California's behalf and about a range of criminal justice issues, including his office's recent decision not to charge four Anaheim police officers who shot and killed the unarmed cousin of a Santa Ana City Council member. What are your questions for Attorney General Bonta? Guests: Rob Bonta, California Attorney General
Three news stories summarized & contextualized by analytic journalist Colin Wright.Venezuela says Guyana seeks to halt vote on disputed territorySummary: Venezuelan officials have said that their neighbor, Guyana, is appealing a referendum that Venezuela has scheduled for December 3 with the International Court of Justice, intending to derail the voting process, that referendum focused on the issue of a territory on the two countries' border that both governments claim.Context: This territory has been a contentious issue between the two countries since colonial times, and that tension was increased when Guyana achieved independence from the UK in 1966, but for decades the region has been governed by Guyana while Venezuela has continued to claim it as its own, and tensions over this issue have increased as fossil fuel resources have been discovered in the area and Exxon Mobil and other oil giants have started seeking licenses to drill; the government of Guyana has said that it's on heightened guard right now, as the Venezuelan military has reportedly been building up resources near their shared border.—BloombergOne Sentence News is a reader-supported publication. To support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber.Senate Republicans confront Tuberville over military holdsSummary: Republican Senator Tommy Tuberville was seriously confronted by Senators from his own party over his nine-month blockade of new US military confirmations and promotions in protest the military's abortion policy, for the first time, during a recent session.Context: Senators from both parties have criticized Tuberville for this blockade in the past, as it has resulted in a shortage of US military officers, but the issue has become more pointed since the conflict between Israel and Hamas took off a few weeks ago, as US military resources have been moved to the area and lack necessary upper-brass service-people; Tuberville has said he won't drop his blockade until Democrats allow a vote on the Pentagon's policy of allowing all troops access to reproductive healthcare—something that is no longer guaranteed across the United States, and is instead decided on a state-by-state basis—and this has led to nearly 400 military officers not receiving their promotions or confirmations, so far.—The GuardianPresident Joe Biden calls for 'pause' in Israel-Gaza conflictSummary: US President Biden has called for a pause in the fighting in Gaza to allow humanitarian resources into the area, and to allow hostages free-passage out of the region.Context: This represents a shift in policy by Biden, who has repeatedly said that the US government will fully back Israel, no matter what, while also encouraging the Israeli military to be careful about harming civilians as they pursue Hamas' leaders and infrastructure; Israeli leadership has countered that a pause would only allow Hamas the opportunity to re-arm and rebuild, but a recent series of attacks on refugee camps in Gaza by the Israelis have sparked pushback from some of their staunchest allies, leading to more calls for humanitarian pauses, and more publicly voiced concerns about what constitutes a war crime in this kind of situation.—BBC NewsIndia's winter rice output could decrease by as much as 8% this year, truncating the country's overall production and increasing the likelihood that an ongoing rice export ban will be extended in order to shore-up in-country availability (which would not be ideal for the global rice market, as India's crop is fundamental to it).—Reuters$8.61 billionMinimum price Disney will pay Comcast for its 33% share of Hulu (the rest is already owned by Disney).This will put the streaming service completely under Disney's control, at a moment in which streaming services across the board (except for Netflix) are having trouble earning a profit from their offerings.Hulu will be assessed to determine its fair market value, and Disney will pay more than that minimum price-floor if Comcast's share is deemed to be worth more than the previous assessment indicated.—The VergeTrust Click Get full access to One Sentence News at onesentencenews.substack.com/subscribe
Transport Topics is the news leader in trucking and freight transportation. Today's daily briefing includes news about an expansive road safety grant distribution by the Department of Transportation, a key manufacturing development for Freightliner and recent deals by ExxonMobil and Chevron that have come under scrutiny.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Laurin Meyer und Nando Sommerfeldt über Bescheidenheit statt Luxus bei Estée Lauder, Dating-Flaute bei Match und die Profiteure von Joe Bidens Wasserstoff-Strategie. Außerdem geht es um Netflix, Bayer, Asos, Zalando, Orsted, Airbnb, Qualcomm, ExxonMobil, Chevron, Air Liquide, Constellation Energy, Fortescue, Covestro, E.ON, Plug Power, Bloom Energy, Aston Martin, Ferrari, Porsche und Volkswagen. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hier findet ihr alle AAA-Bonus-Episoden bei WELT – dazu den AAA-Newsletter und noch weitere WELTplus-Inhalte: https://www.welt.de/podcasts/alles-auf-aktien/plus247399208/Boersen-Podcast-AAA-Bonus-Folgen-Jede-Woche-noch-mehr-Antworten-auf-Eure-Boersen-Fragen.html Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte! https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
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In this episode of the Energy News Beat Daily Standup, hosts Michael Tanner and Stuart Turley discuss various energy-related news topics. They start by addressing ExxonMobil CEO Darren Woods' statement about tight world oil supplies in the coming years, expressing skepticism about his positive view of the U.S. economy. They then cover a World Bank warning of oil prices potentially reaching $150 per barrel in the event of a conflict between Israel and Hamas, providing different scenarios based on supply disruptions. The hosts also touch on Cummins' prediction of significant growth in natural gas engines, emphasizing its potential impact on the trucking industry. Finally, they highlight Enterprise Products Partners' expansion of natural gas liquids processing capabilities through pipeline and plant developments, underlining the environmental benefits of reducing flaring in the Permian Basin. They briefly discuss financial results from natural gas-focused companies, Comstock and Chesapeake, and conclude with an event announcement for a Business Development Study Group workshop focused on energy deals and investments.Highlights of the Podcast00:00 - Intro03:30 - ExxonMobil CEO sees tight world oil supplies for next few years05:15 - World Bank warns oil price could soar to record $150 a barrel09:33 - Why fossil fuels are here to stay11:33 - Cummins predicts huge growth in natural gas engines14:01 - Enterprise Products Doubles Down on Gas Liquids With Pipelines, Processing Plants15:30 - Markets Update23:55 - OutroPlease see the links below for articles that we discuss in the podcast. ExxonMobil CEO sees tight world oil supplies for next few years(Bloomberg) – Exxon Mobil Corp. sees tight global oil supplies putting upward pressure on energy prices for at least the next few years as the world continues to suffer from a lack of investment in […]World Bank warns oil price could soar to record $150 a barrelEscalation of Israel-Hamas war into Middle East-wide conflict would disrupt oil supplies and stoke food prices, says Bank Oil prices could soar to a record high of more than $150 a barrel if the war between […]Why fossil fuels are here to stayA report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), published last week, claims that the world will reach peak demand for oil, coal and gas by 2030. This has been seized on by the likes of […]Cummins predicts huge growth in natural gas enginesCummins Inc. predicts its new 15-liter natural gas engine designed for heavy-duty and on-highway applications could lead to a five-fold growth in customers for the alternative powertrain. It overcomes complaints about low power and torque […]Enterprise Products Doubles Down on Gas Liquids With Pipelines, Processing PlantsHOUSTON (Reuters) – Energy pipeline operator Enterprise Products Partners will expand its natural gas liquids (NGLs) operations, adding a pipeline from Texas' Permian Basin, new plants to process natural gas, and converting an oil pipeline […]Follow Stuart On LinkedIn and TwitterFollow Michael On LinkedIn and TwitterENB Top NewsENBEnergy DashboardENB PodcastENB Substack– Get in Contact With The Show –
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.
"Transform adversity into your competitive advantage." A phrase perhaps heard in any number of motivational talks you've attended, or hard lessons when "life happens" in its many forms and fashions. Our guest today, Mark Black, has experienced adversity we've never encountered before on this show - and that's saying a lot! For you see, Mark was essentially given a death sentence at the age of 23 when he was told he had congestive heart failure and lung failure. And he needed a transplant of both organs, and from the same donor!Against the odds, Mark received his transplant, and went on to inspire everyone around him by running marathons and using his incredible story to encourage those who are going through their own brand of adversity.Enjoy today's show!In this interview with Mark, you'll learn:-Mark's journey through multiple abnormalities from day one...05:00-Challenges faced throughout childhood after multiple heart surgeries...09:00-Mark's parents' strategies for teaching resilience and learning from consequences...12:45-Dealing with congestive heart failure and a heart transplant during the college years...15:00-Where was Mark internally and spiritually while essentially living in a hospital?...20:46-Acceptance and adaptation are the key elements of the journey to resilience...26:30-The Call comes letting know the donated organs are available...29:15-Reactions spiritually, physically and mentally to carry another person's organs...32:30-The thought process leading to the decision to run marathons after the transplants...35:00-Advice to anyone going through immense challenges emotionally or physically...39:15-Mark's ministry to others in light of overcoming his challenges...43:00Mark's bio and social handles:TED Talk with Mark BlackMark's personal websiteFacebookInstagramLinkedInMark Black is the only man in history to have run a marathon with someone else's heart and lungs. Born with a life-threatening heart defect, Mark survived two dangerous open-heart surgeries before the age of one. Twenty-two years later, after waiting on the transplant list for nearly a year, Mark was blessed to survive a perilous heart and double-lung transplant,Three years later, he ran his first full marathon. Then he did it, three more times. A resilience expert, speaker, coach, and author, Mark helps people “Break Through” their limitations and transform adversity into their competitive advantage. He is a Certified Speaking Professional has inspired more than 200,000 people at more than 600 organizations including Exxon Mobil and Mercedes Benz. Mark lives in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada with his wife Marise and their three children; Emma, Matteo, and Caleb. Call to action:To learn more about Wendie and her Visibly Fit program, visit wendiepett.comTo find out more about Todd and his coaching program for men, find him on the web at toddisberner.com.All the links you need to subscribe to the podcast are at both our websites! And if you feel so inclined, we'd be honored if you were to leave a rating and review of our show. It definitely helps with us being more visible to more people.And if we like it, we might just read...
Wrestling season is on at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, and this season is one for the history books. That's because Huntingdon is now home to the first and only collegiate women's team in the region. The Gulf States Newsroom's Joseph King traveled to Montgomery to hear how the Hawks' were preparing for their historic season. East Baton Rouge Parish School System officials are under fire after a series of missteps. The district was already grappling with a worsening teacher shortage and hefty fines after failing a retirement audit. Now, community members are criticizing school officials' approval of a property tax break for petrochemical giant ExxonMobil. Charles Lussier has been covering these stories for The Baton Rouge Advocate. He joins us for more on the district's mounting problems and potential solutions. Black bears were once considered endangered in Louisiana. Now, a population resurgence is sparking talk of a potential hunting season. The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission plans to vote in November on whether to allow black bear hunting with a short and heavily monitored season. Director of research and species management for LWF, Jeff Duguay, joins us for more on how the animal was successfully repopulated in the state, and what a hunting season would look like. Today's episode of Louisiana Considered was hosted by Karen Henderson. Our managing producer is Alana Schreiber and assistant producer is Aubry Procell. Our engineer is Garrett Pittman. You can listen to Louisiana Considered Monday through Friday at 12 and 7 p.m. It's available on Spotify, Google Play and wherever you get your podcasts. Louisiana Considered wants to hear from you! Please fill out our pitch line to let us know what kinds of story ideas you have for our show. And while you're at it, fill out our listener survey! We want to keep bringing you the kinds of conversations you'd like to listen to. Louisiana Considered is made possible with support from our listeners. Thank you!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In der heutigen Folge „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen die Finanzjournalisten Laurin Meyer und Nando Sommerfeldt über die hohen Erwartungen in der Öl-Branche, die Erleuchtung bei Signify und schwache Schweden. Außerdem geht es um Chevron, ExxonMobil, JP Morgan, Electrolux, Siemens, Siemens Energy, Encavis, SolarEdge, SMA Solar, Nordex, Vestas, Örsted, iShares Global Clean Energy (WKN: A0MW0M), iShares MSCI World (WKN: A0RPWH), Bitcoin und Ethereum. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über email@example.com. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Hörtipps: Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Außerdem bei WELT: Im werktäglichen Podcast „Kick-off Politik - Das bringt der Tag“ geben wir Ihnen im Gespräch mit WELT-Experten die wichtigsten Hintergrundinformationen zu einem politischen Top-Thema des Tages. Mehr auf welt.de/kickoff und überall, wo es Podcasts gibt. +++ Werbung +++ Du möchtest mehr über unsere Werbepartner erfahren? Hier findest du alle Infos & Rabatte! https://linktr.ee/alles_auf_aktien Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html
Today, Jack talks about the persistence of the consumer despite recent market losses and the earnings reports from American oil titans Chevron and Exxon Mobil. Topics discussed: The persistence of the consumer despite recent market losses The earnings reports from American oil titans Chevron and Exxon Mobil Links mentioned in this episode: https://invstr.com/spending-losing-us-consumer/ https://invstr.com/oil-giants-report-earnings/ https://invstr.com/october-30-watchlist-5/
Scott Wapner and the investment committee discuss the pivotal week ahead for your money. The Fed meeting, Apple earnings and the jobs report all on deck. The experts detail their latest portfolio moves. The calls of the day include Cisco Systems, Chevron and Exxon Mobil. BlackRock's Rick Rieder joins Bob Pisani for ETF Edge.Investment Committee Disclosures
Jim Cramer and David Faber capped a busy week of earnings with reaction to Amazon shares' sharp jump on better-than-expected Q3 results. The anchors explored where AWS and AI fit into the picture. Ford shares fell after a quarterly miss, including a wider loss in its EV unit. The automaker also withdrew 2023 guidance pending ratification of its tentative labor agreement with the UAW. Also in focus: Reaction to Core PCE -- the Fed's preferred inflation gauge, Intel surges, Exxon Mobil and Chevron earnings, solar stocks burned again, Chipotle's CEO take on GLP-1 drugs, Jamie Dimon's stock sale plan, Israel-Hamas war, FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried testifies at his fraud trial. Squawk on the Street Disclaimer
Chances are if you've seen any of the high-quality, professionally-produced promotional videos from Saudi government authorities or leading Saudi companies anywhere online, you've seen some incredible drone footage of Saudi Arabia. The 966 welcomes on to the program for Episode 109 Mohammed Ghazi and Abdulhadi Azouz from the aerial drone production company AZAerials, which films many of these amazing shots for high-profile public and private sector entities including the Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Sports, Saudia Airlines, Aramco, MDLBeast, the General Entertainment Authority, Riyadh Season, Netflix, and many others. They are the Saudi-based drone operators and film producers creating the footage from the skies using state of the art drone technologies giving the world a never before seen view of a changing Kingdom. They've also worked on several of Saudi Arabia's jaw-dropping "drone light shows" at major events, creating images in the sky using hundreds or even thousands of drones for spectators below. The 966 hosts discuss their journey as Saudis growing up in America who moved to the Kingdom recently to take advantage of the significant opportunities in the filmmaking and content creation industry in Saudi Arabia and how Vision 2030 has created an opportunity for them as entrepreneurs.Before the discussion, the hosts discuss Richard's One Big Thing, which is an overview of the Kingdom's efforts to create a car industry from scratch with a diversified set of investments and initiatives that are just now gaining traction in Saudi Arabia. Then the hosts discuss Lucien's One Big Thing, which is Saudi Arabia's forecasted non-oil economic growth in 2023 and beyond. Saudi Arabia's Finance Minister Mohammed Al-Jadaan addressed Saudi Arabia's economy and fiscal situation in 2023 and beyond during his speech at the FII in Riyadh, noting that Saudi Arabia's non-oil gross domestic product (GDP) is expected to grow by around 6% this year and said it would continue to see similarly healthy growth in the years ahead.The hosts conclude as always with Yallah! 6 top storylines on Saudi Arabia to get you up to speed heading into the weekend. •A White House readout reported that President Joseph R. Biden Jr. spoke with Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohamed bin Salman about the situation in the Middle East region.•JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon, Citigroup's Jane Fraser and other top names on Wall Street were in Saudi Arabia for the 7th FII investment conference as they try to look beyond risks that the Israel-Hamas war could widen into a regional conflict and deal a new blow to the global economy. •Saudi Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said on Tuesday that recent multi-billion dollar acquisitions by U.S. oil majors Exxon Mobil and Chevron of smaller rivals showed that hydrocarbons were "here to stay".•A “boundary-pushing” esports festival is to take place in Saudi Arabia next summer. The inaugural Esports World Cup was announced by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman during The New Global Sport Conference and will be held annually.•South Korea's Hyundai Engineering & Constructionand Hyundai Engineering have signed a $2.4 billion contract with oil giant Saudi Aramco to build a gas processing plant, Seoul's presidential office said on Tuesday.•NEOM has today announced the inauguration of its strategic investment arm, the NEOM Investment Fund (NIF), NEOM's wholly owned subsidiary which is set up to support the buildout and development of NEOM's 14 priority sectors and deliver long-term value while enabling creation of jobs in NEOM.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Underdog Show Podcast, hosted by Pamela Bardhi. We are privileged to be joined by Judy Wilkins-Smith, a renowned international expert in organizational, individual, and family patterns. Judy's journey is resonating with elements of magic and inspiration. In this episode, we delve into her transformational work as she shares her unique insights on money, its deep-rooted patterns, and how it can be a powerful tool for personal growth and organizational transformation.Judy Wilkins-Smith is a luminary in systemic coaching and organizational dynamics. As the founder of System Dynamics for Individuals & Organizations, her expertise has made her a sought-after speaker at conferences and for businesses worldwide. Her clientele includes NASA, Microsoft, Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, and many more. Judy's passion for unlocking human potential, fostering visionary leadership, and driving global change is nothing short of revolutionary. Key Takeaways:Journey to Success and Inspiration: Judy shares her remarkable journey, inspired by her South African roots and her deep affinity for the magic of Disney. From the Zulu nation to Fortune 500 and 50 companies, she shares her transformative work in teaching the concept of "Money DNA."Changing Money Mindsets: Judy's journey with money was marked by a shift from a scarcity mindset to understanding money as a friend, not an enemy. Power of Money, 'Overcoming Financial Challenges: Learn from Judy about her experiences in understanding money, including her practice of picking up pennies as a reminder of abundance. Exploring Money Patterns and Goals: In this episode, Judy emphasizes the importance of setting money goals, exploring personal money patterns and habits, and taking proactive steps to co-create with the universe in your financial journey.Listen to this exciting episode. Join us for the conversation! Listen to the full episode here:Apple iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/underdog/id1534385651Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6FbSDu0aNtuxAEiderUAfBWebsite: https://theunderdogshow.comIf you found this story worth your time and made changes in your life, we'd love to hear from you! Subscribe and leave a review ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Catch up with Judy here:https://judywilkins-smith.comhttps://www.facebook.com/judywilkinssmithhttps://www.youtube.com/@judywilkins-smith9944https://www.linkedin.com/in/judywilkinssmithhttps://www.tiktok.com/@judywilkinssmithThe Underdog Podcast host is none other than Pamela Bardhi. She's rocking the Real Estate Realm and has dedicated her life as a Life Coach. She is also in the Forbes Real Estate Council. To know more about Pam, check out the following:Website: https://pamelabardhi.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/pamela_bardhiTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@pamela_bardhiYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestateOur goal is to help you create the life you dream of through real estate. We're giving value-packed masterclasses on our YouTube Channel - Elevate Through Real Estate. Make sure to subscribe. https://www.youtube.com/@elevatethroughrealestate.
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!
Welcome to The Hydrogen Podcast!In episode 256, The hydrogen hub announcement in the US has ignited the green versus blue conversation once again, I'll go over the some of the talking points and give my thoughts on today's hydrogen podcast.Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoy the podcast. Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Also, if you wouldn't mind subscribing to my podcast using your preferred platform... I would greatly appreciate it. Respectfully,Paul RoddenVISIT THE HYDROGEN PODCAST WEBSITEhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.comDEMO THE H2 ADVANTAGEhttps://keyhydrogen.com/hydrogen-location-analytics-software/ CHECK OUT OUR BLOGhttps://thehydrogenpodcast.com/blog/WANT TO SPONSOR THE PODCAST? Send us an email to: email@example.comNEW TO HYDROGEN AND NEED A QUICK INTRODUCTION?Start Here: The 6 Main Colors of HydrogenSupport the show
There's a mood of consolidation in the air in the US oil industry - earlier this month Exxon Mobil, the largest American oil-producer, bought oil-explorer Pioneer Natural Resources for $59.5bn. Now Chevron has announced its buying its main rival Hess for $53bn. The oil industry last went through an era of major consolidation in the late 1990s, following a collapse in oil prices. That's not the case now. Today, the majors are sitting on piles of cash.
For this special Thursday edition of Suze School, Suze continues the lesson from the previous episode about ExxonMobil's purchase of Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD). You'll learn why being an “if only” investor is one the biggest mistakes you can ever make and what you may expect, should this deal close. Get your savings going with Alliant Credit Union: https://bit.ly/3rg0Yio Get Suze's special offers for podcast listeners at suzeorman.com/offer Join Suze's Women & Money Community for FREE and ASK SUZE your questions which may just end up on her podcast! To ask Suze a question, download by following one of these links: CLICK HERE FOR APPLE: https://apple.co/2KcAHbH CLICK HERE FOR GOOGLE PLAY: https://bit.ly/3curfMISee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
European Union says misinformation, pro-Hamas posts are illegal; wholesale prices rise by 0.5% in September; Exxon Mobil buys shale oil giant Pioneer for $60 billion; federal agencies announce new efforts to reduce consumer fees.
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On Friday October 6, ExxonMobil made overtures to acquire Pioneer Natural Resources (PXD). On today's Suze School, Suze explains how this potential deal could affect you and she gives advice what you can do to heal your financial life. Get your savings going with Alliant Credit Union: https://bit.ly/3rg0Yio Get Suze's special offers for podcast listeners at suzeorman.com/offer Join Suze's Women & Money Community for FREE and ASK SUZE your questions which may just end up on her podcast! To ask Suze a question, download by following one of these links: CLICK HERE FOR APPLE: https://apple.co/2KcAHbH CLICK HERE FOR GOOGLE PLAY: https://bit.ly/3curfMISee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.