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04 Mar 2024

The return of energy security

Ensuring energy security is a high priority for the energy transition, writes Daniel Yergin, Ph.D., Vice Chairman, S&P Global and Chairman, CERAWeek. Events in the last few years have demonstrated that the energy transition depends on energy security to proceed at a steady pace and at scale. The biggest emphasis on the need for reliable and affordable energy is in the developing world, where 80% of the world’s population lives


29 Feb 2024

Insight from New Delhi: Key takeaways from the India Energy Week

The Indian energy sector is progressively becoming a key driver of global energy demand growth, especially as demand from China plateaus. At the India Energy Week in Goa Feb. 6-9, both Indian and foreign energy players appeared eager to capitalize on opportunities in the South Asian country, with conversations on and off stage providing a glimpse of what's in store for India's energy markets


California-Quebec carbon allowance costs hit record high for third time in a row

Energy transition highlights: Our editors and analysts bring together everything you need to know about the industry this week, from renewables to storage to carbon prices. California and Quebec's joint cap-and-trade program saw a record-high settlement price for greenhouse gas emission allowances at $41.76/mt -- the third time in a row the record high has been breached, California Air Resources Board data showed Feb. 22


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