Total net U.S. electricity generation from natural gas and coal fell by 7.7 percent and 2.5 percent respectively in 2017 from the previous year, amid a corresponding increase in output from renewable sources, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said on Tuesday.
The National Green Tribunal has shelved Delhi Development Authority’s new building bylaws which exempt realty projects from undergoing environment impact assessment (EIA).
An October report from BlackRock (BLK)—the world’s largest publicly traded investment management firm—wisely states, “markets are calm but geopolitics are anything but.”
U.S. oil prices slipped on Wednesday after a surprising increase in U.S. crude inventories, while U.S. gasoline futures rallied 1 percent on a sharp falloff in inventories.
U.S. crude inventories were forecast to have fallen for the fourth straight week and refined product stockpiles were also seen down last week, a preliminary Reuters poll showed on Monday.
Oil dipped on Thursday as a rally that has pushed up prices by almost 10 percent since early last week lost momentum despite renewed signs of a gradually tightening U.S. market.
Crude oil futures soared for the sixth consecutive session on Thursday’s trade as US oil production underpinned the market which is being squeezed from a global supply glut.
The last three years under the Modi government have seen the transformation of the environment from being a field of relative stability and inactivity, to functioning as an active instrument of capital accumulation.
Excess crude oil inventories in the US are finally and clearly in retreat as Opec’s output agreement nears the end of its fourth month
Oil prices rose more than 2 percent on Wednesday as U.S. crude inventories grew less than expected, supply disruptions continued in Libya and the OPEC-led output cut by producing countries looked likely to be extended.