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It’s official! America is a Climate Hypocrite: US to sell gas fields in ‘Gulf Of Mexico’

It’s official! America is a Climate Hypocrite: US to sell gas fields in ‘Gulf Of Mexico’

Biden Makes Climate Pledge at Glasgow While Pushing Oil, Gas Leasing in U.S. Global Research, 5 November, 2021 U.S. climate groups slammed the Biden administration today for ignoring climate impacts and refusing to stop oil and gas leasing on public lands despite President Biden’s Glasgow pledge to halve greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. The revised plans for February lease sales in seven western states, announced this week by the Bureau of Land Management, defer some acres to protect imperiled species but…

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CEO of Blackstone Warns: Power Shortages and Riots Coming to Developed Nations – soon. Propane “Armageddon” Could Leave Rural Homes without heat We are potentially heading into the most painful global energy crisis in modern history. Shortages and OUTAGES of Propane could make it impossible to heat rural homes this winter!   Top-off your LNG and get extra capacity or stock up on fire wood, NOW, before the outages hit. This week, CNN asked Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman about coming energy…

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This Winter, the US Could Potentially Be Facing Simultaneous Shortages

This Winter, the US Could Potentially Be Facing Simultaneous Shortages

Retailers Lining Store Shelves With Props To “Hide Supply Shortage” Zero Hedge, 22 October, 2021 Americans are waking up to the fact that shortages of everyday products such as ice cream, frozen food, soda, chicken, spices, coffee, fish sticks, snacks, and toilet paper are popping up all over the country as supply chains remain heavily congested 19 months after the virus pandemic first began. Instead of leaving some store shelves bare, which might insight fear and buying panic among consumers, some…

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News headlines – 7 October, 2021

News headlines – 7 October, 2021

UPDATED: Attack Submarine USS Connecticut Suffers Underwater Collision in South China Sea USS Connecticut (SSN-22) arrives at Fleet Activities Yokosuka, Japan for a scheduled port visit on July 31, 2021. US Navy Photo This post has been updated with additional details on the injuries to the crew of USS Connecticut and the location of the collision. Almost a dozen sailors have been injured after a U.S. nuclear attack submarine hit an unknown underwater object in the South China Sea, USNI…

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Dutch Greenhouses Go Dark As Energy Crisis Worsens; Food Inflation Fears Mount For Europe

Dutch Greenhouses Go Dark As Energy Crisis Worsens; Food Inflation Fears Mount For Europe

Zero Hedge, 2 October, 2021 Soaring European gas and electricity prices are getting worse by the day, forcing a vast network of Dutch glasshouses, the largest on the continent, to limit output or go entirely dark, according to Bloomberg. This could have a devastating impact on food supplies and boost prices ahead of the holiday season.  The Netherlands has become an agricultural giant and is the world’s second-largest exporter of food by value, primarily thanks to its 25,000 acres of…

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China Power Crunch Could Force Global Food Prices Even Higher

China Power Crunch Could Force Global Food Prices Even Higher

Zero Hedge, 30 September, 2021 Global food prices climbed back to near-decade highs in early September, reviving concerns about inflationary pressures. A newly emerging risk that many have missed and could catapult food prices even higher this fall/winter is China’s difficult harvest season as power curbs hurt the outlook for production, according to Bloomberg.  Autumn harvest has begun for the world’s second-largest economy amid power constraints in at least 20 Chinese provinces and regions, making up more than 66% of the country’s GDP. Some of these regions are industrial…

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The energy crisis deepens

The energy crisis deepens

China requests emergency power from Russia as coal shortages leave cities without electricity & factories grind to a standstill Beijing has reportedly asked one of Russia’s largest power companies to step up its exports of electricity to China after days of brownouts blamed on scarce supplies of coal caused chaos across the world’s most populous country. On Wednesday, the Inter RAO energy conglomerate revealed that it had received a request from authorities in the East Asian nation to help relieve…

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The energy crunch is going to impact you and your family

The energy crunch is going to impact you and your family

This video contains very important information that, in the midst of the covid plandemic and vaccine genocide could be overlooked. It brings me full-circle, back to my blog of 10 years ago. Here we are again. The policy responses to Covid have been awful, but those failures are utterly dwarfed by the energy and supply chain policy inactions that are bringing us into a very dark winter. While COVID-19 has occupied a lot of our intellectual and emotional energy over…

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Power Crisis Deepens In Asia And Europe: What It Means To Shipping

Power Crisis Deepens In Asia And Europe: What It Means To Shipping

By Greg Miller of American Shipper, There’s panic-buying of gasoline in the U.K. Natural gas prices in Europe and Asia are skyrocketing. Protests are breaking out across Europe due to spiking electricity bills. India and China are short of coal for utilities. Power is being rationed to factories in multiple Chinese provinces — and winter is coming. First came the COVID-induced global supply chain crisis for container shipping. Now comes a power crunch across Asia and Europe. Energy commodity stockpiles…

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