I’m making a slight adjustment to the Energy Flux publishing schedule. To carve out more research and writing time in the run-up to the fortnightly features, the daily newsletter will not publish on the last Thursday in each cycle. That means there’s no Energy Flux today.
I’m putting the final touches to a fresh deep-dive that I’m excited to share with you all on Friday afternoon (UK time). The extra time will be reflected in the overall quality of the piece, and all future features.
Also, with the Easter holidays in full swing, I’ll be taking off all next week to spend time with the kids while they’re at home. Normal service will resume the week commencing 19th April.
I’ll leave you with a list of the most interesting headlines from the last 24 hours.
For the record:
Chile expects record 4GW of wind, solar capacity to come online in 2021
Chevron and Hokkaido Gas sign LNG agreement
Norway’s sovereign wealth fund invests in Dutch offshore wind farm
Canada issues permit for first biomass gas-to-liquids plant
Competition for offshore wind acreage is heating up
Shell publishes reports on sustainability, industry associations and payments to governments
Shell books $200 million hit from Texas winter freeze
ExxonMobil explains its position on carbon pricing
UK grid sets new record low carbon intensity
Biden replaces US fossil fuel subsidies with green incentives
Canadian pipeline companies see big role for natural gas in energy transition
‘Winds shifting at the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’, says NGO
‘EU’s methane rules could have global impact,’ says another NGO