No Time Like the Present: Indonesia’s Renewable Energy Transition

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Indonesia’s natural endowments give it an edge in transitioning to renewable energy, but time is of the essence for the government to deploy a comprehensive strategy.

Report Warns of Fiscal Reckoning for Oil Exporters

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A new report foresees an energy transition that’s faster and more difficult than many oil exporters are expecting.

Outlook 2021: Fossil Fuels


Will 2021 be looked back on as a turning point in the global pivot toward renewable energy sources?

South Africa’s Energy Conundrum

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President Ramaphosa inherited a dire national energy outlook, but one that’s not without its own opportunities.

The Year Ahead for China’s Coal Industry

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China’s coal industry may be in a controlled decline, but it isn’t disappearing anytime soon.

Backgrounder: China’s Renewables Industry

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Examining China’s path to becoming a world leader in renewables.

Why Donald Trump’s Energy Plan Can Work

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Donald Trump’s energy plan is a practical job creator that will work for the United States and the global economy.

US Election 2016: Renewables & Climate Change

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Divergent views on climate change won’t just impact US policy on the international stage; they also have the power to make or break the US fossil fuel and renewables industries.

Winners and Losers in a Global Energy Shift to Renewables

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If the global economy takes a hard turn towards renewables in the decades to come, some countries will benefit more than others.

Backgrounder: Paris COP 21 Climate Change Conference

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This year’s meeting of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change has the most positive momentum behind it since Copenhagen – but is the hope warranted?

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