When heat becomes a weapon of mass destruction

To say that energy markets have become more politicized in recent months would be an understatement. In a recent meeting, the G7 (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, UK, and the U.S.) proposed a cap on the price of Russian oil in response to that [...]

Natural gas back near 14-year highs on Europe heatwave

Intense heat across Europe is boosting demand for electricity, and drought-stricken areas are dealing with low water levels in rivers hindering barge deliveries of coal to power plants. Higher air-conditioning use is preventing a buildup of natural gas stocks ahead of winter, and storage [...]

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