Don’t blame eco-activists for EU energy crunch *yet*
Plus: Gas surge exposes UK’s frail energy retail market, Russia’s motives laid bare + MORE
First up: Surging gas prices have lifted the curtain on an unpleasant sight: the parlous state of the UK’s deregulated energy retail segment. That’s this week’s breakout story.
And: The intensifying debate around the European energy crunch is missing one key ingredient: some historical perspective. That’s right here in this email.
Here’s the full line-up:
Eco-activists aren’t *yet* to blame for EU energy crunch
Russia reveals its hand in EU gas standoff
Shell’s Permian exit shows how climate activism fuels M&A
M&A flop casts cloud over Alberta’s CCUS hydrogen plan
COP26 host UK is now subsidising CO2 production
‘Net zero bandwagon is cutting off the world’s fuel supply at its knees’
‘The degrowth philosophy is abject fantasy’
UK found with ‘trousers around ankles’
The chickens are coming home to roost in Westminster. A surge in global gas prices is revealing the parlous state of the UK’s deregulated energy retai…