Podcast: Why energy market volatility is here to stay
Listen again to the latest episode with special guest Rachel Parkes, editor of Gas Matters
The first ‘proper’ episode of the Energy Flux podcast went out live last night. I was joined by Rachel Parkes, a fellow lifelong energy journalist who edits Gas Matters, a natural gas-focussed weekly features publication.
We had a wide-ranging conversation that spanned everything from oil demand uncertainty, supply-side over/underinvestment and carbon budgets, to CCS, hydrogen, COP26… and even nuclear bananas! ☢️🍌☢️
Check it out here: https://www.callin.com/episode/why-energy-market-volatility-is-here-to-stay-XXgVMmuHKL
I’ve also plucked out a few choice highlights from the show (you can do this yourself in the Callin app):
Big Oil using CCS, hydrogen to spin a line in capital markets: https://www.callin.com/highlight/big-oil-using-hydrogen-ccs-to-spin-a-line-in-vYJhBOWdFl
The parlous state of energy dialogue at COP26: https://www.callin.com/highlight/cop26-was-a-load-of-nuclear-bananas-aMQEPuqYhJ
Why oil investors are pivoting to short-cycle investments: https://www.callin.com/highlight/cop26-was-a-load-of-nuclear-bananas-aMQEPuqYhJ
The links above work on any device, but if you want to listen live and call in to the show you’ll need to download the Callin app from the iOS Apple app store (still no Android version yet).
The next show is tentatively scheduled to go out next Monday evening around 8:30pm GMT. I’ll send out a proper link nearer the time.