EU leaders claim US is profiting from Ukraine war at their expense – RedState

The views expressed by contributors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of RedState.com. Relations between the European Union and the United States are showing signs of strain Politicswrites that senior EU officials are “furious” with the Biden Administration and accuse the US of bailing out of the Ukraine war while Europe … Read more

The US grants Chevron an expanded license to allow it to import Venezuelan oil

A sign is placed outside a Chevron gas station in Novato, California on July 31, 2020. Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Chevron On Saturday, the second-largest US oil company received an expanded US license allowing it to resume production in Venezuela and import the South American country’s crude into the US. The decision allows Chevron … Read more

Goodbye, Bear Market? The worst may be over for stocks.

Goodbye, Bear Market? The worst may be over for stocks.

The next US energy revolution is here

So far, the US clean energy revolution has been imported. Almost all of the batteries, solar panels, and critical chemicals used in America are produced in other countries. But a revolution is starting to come home that could shake up the renewable energy supply chain. companies like Panasonic Holdings (ticker: 6752.Japan), General Motors (GM), Honda … Read more

Renault plans to use geothermal energy and help with the heating plant

The Renault logo was drawn in Bavaria, Germany. The French car giant says it aims to be carbon neutral in Europe by 2040 and globally by 2050. Igor Golovniov/Sopa Photos | Lightrocket | Getty Images The Renault Group Works with French utility Angie on the development of a geothermal energy project at the carmaker’s Douai … Read more

Berlin warms to France’s ‘Buy Europe’ plans as global trade rules unravel – POLITICO

Click play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. BERLIN – Threatened by a new US subsidy package that could hit EU industry, Germany is rolling back long-standing objections to schemes such as France’s Buy Europe Act, which sets out provisions for buying local goods. Berlin’s growing sympathy for the French approach is … Read more

Energy ministers to meet again in December to agree on gas price cap – POLITICO

EU energy ministers will reconvene before Christmas – most likely on December 13 – for the next emergency Energy Council amid widespread disapproval of Brussels’ gas price cap proposal. Ministers meeting for an Energy Council in Brussels on Thursday reached an informal agreement on the less controversial elements of the Commission’s energy crisis package, four … Read more

DCG’s Barry Silbert writes to investors following the collapse of FTX

Barry Silbert, founder of crypto conglomerate Digital Currency Group, has joined a growing list of industry leaders trying to calm investor nerves following the sudden collapse of FTX. In a note to shareholders on Tuesday, Silbert addressed all the “noise” about the financial health of DCG’s subsidiaries, including trading firm Genesis, Grayscale Investments and mining … Read more

Overambitious packaging reuse targets shouldn’t prevent recycling – POLITICO

Our sectors – beer, cider, fruit juices, natural mineral waters and soft drinks – have been pioneers in making progress towards environmental sustainability. We are deeply committed to creating a circular economy by reducing, recycling and reusing beverage packaging. This is a complex task for almost every business. We support ambitions to increase reuse. This … Read more