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RogueLemming🇨🇦 Dec 8
Lmao. US just discovered it's sitting on another 50B barrels of oil in Texas they can frack cheaply. What makes you think they would give a tinkers damn about foreign dilbit that Bogarts their refinery capacity when their oil is now so close to their refineries?
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Andrew Buckwell Aug 5
Will any of the lump sum be invested in potential while it awaits disbursements?
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Maureen A. Donnelly 23h
Replying to @amyklobuchar
climate fight is all the held by that make their portfolios look super fat. Lots of their crap is crap but they carry them like they mean something (another viscous cycle). I wish us the best, but sadly, I am no longer hopeful. All is dirty.
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Lady_Claire Nov 22
Another of Cuadrilla’s cash-cows are haemorrhaging customers & profits, losing a whopping 90,000 customers per month. That’s huge. Maybe they won’t hand the frackers their piggy bank contents in future?
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Talk Fracking Oct 4
Oxford councillors backed a call to withdraw investments in fossil fuel and companies from a multi-billion pension fund, calling the extreme energy extraction method 'short-termist and dangerous’.
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EnviroCopper Sep 3
Demand will be high due to battery technologies and increased ability to mine via
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Jamison Ervin Aug 15
Investors want accountability because let's face it, no one wants to have a risk-filled financial portfolio or be left holding or . Deforestation-free commodities are just good business. RT if you agree.
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Andy Middleton Jul 30
Yikes. Only 1% of £15bn philanthropic donations in the UK went to environmental causes. Just as well climate won't have any impact on rich folks' savings then... H/T
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Christian Roselund May 22
The rush to build gas plants and pipelines in the United States is a rush to hundreds of billions in . My coverage of the report for :
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Laurie van der Burg Apr 12
In report published today foresees low risks of Shell having . Unsurprising, as Shell's analysis of the energy transition is favourable to its own business and disastrous for climate:
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Incredulous and fuming mad Prof Ray Wills Sep 30
Replying to @p_hannam @OBenPotter
Stranded assets are actually never Just worthless a phrase to provide an excuse and explanation for someone's flawed judgement
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MassSolar Jul 14
ISO-NE projects declining peak demand in extreme winter conditions due to solar power and EE from 21,057 MW today to 19,833 MW in 2027, for a CAGR of -0.7%. Lowering peak demand lowers electric bills. We shouldn't spend $6.6B on pipelines that won't be needed.
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Molly Scott Cato MEP Feb 7
It’s clear that performance in climate is not good enough. Our bank should not be creating We need to set stricter, mandatory targets for climate investments and no further investment in fossil assets. I have included this in my report
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Cate Lamb Mar 28
Chile’s regulator orders permanent closure of Barrick Gold's $8.5bn long ridden Pascua-Lama mine over water concerns | via
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Henrik Jeppesen Jul 21
Natural gas is the bridge to nowhere ... new gas plants build today will risk becoming during their operational life ⁦
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Nick Robins Nov 8
Clear warning at Summit from to investors: ‘Please be aware of Think very carefully where you invest your money’ Holding to 1.5C means a rapid shift away from all fossil fuels to cut by 45% by 2030
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Frack Free United Dec 4
Schlumberger warns its investors of a 15% slump due to price decline
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Edgar Hernan Cruz M Sep 8
We must avoid a severe of the system by demanding and performing ambitious climate action NOW.
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Zoe Samuel Jan 4
Since a future administration can rescind this silliness instantly, it's a stupid investment. Oil rigs at sea take 2-3y from finding to producing, and need to produce for years to make back capital costs. Peak oil is 3-5 years out. Can you say ?
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Greg Muttitt Apr 5
Investors who use scenarios to test portfolios may be significantly undervaluing transition risk. We need IEA to publish scenarios aligned with Paris goals
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