Financial Times Energy Editor. Oil. Environment. Middle East. Trading. Hearts. Ex-Reuters.

London
Joined September 2009
Full take: Opec+ says ready to adjust oil output as Russia embargo, G7 price cap looms ft.com/content/269a0036-c01e… Me with @thomas_m_wilson
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Russia has quietly amassed a fleet of over 100 ageing tankers to help circumvent western restrictions on Russian oil sales following its invasion of Ukraine — by ⁦@OilSheppard⁩ ⁦@xtophercookon.ft.com/3B4wMZi
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EU agrees $60 price cap on Russian oil exports - Poland drops its objection to Brussels legislation - agreement paves the way for G7 and allies to implement sanction on Monday morning - designed to keep Russian crude flowing to third countries but at lower profit for Moscow
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Little goes according to plan in European power. But some does. Norwegian reservoir levels of zone 1 & 2 (below; in MW) were seasonally low in Sept but have since recovered. Power export cuts by Norway to continent are now unlikely. #Electricity @herbertsaurugg @kittysquiddy
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Perception and angle are everything!!!
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German fans rewatching Japan’s winning goal like it’s the Zapruder film
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We have a winner This story had it all. Broker gone bad. Misuse of customer funds. A lavish lifestyle. All unravelled in seconds and ended with him strapped up in an anti-suicide vest, followed by a 50-year stretch in federal prison.
So who knows who this is? 👀
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So who knows who this is? 👀
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A (reasonably) quick explainer on how successful Europe has been in trying to cut out Russian fossil fuels - and why it's struggling to agree price caps for oil and gas ft.com/content/b1d649a2-fa37… w/ @Sam1Fleming @OilSheppard
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This is counterintuitive. ET and renewables mean there has never been a greater need for the Statistical Review of World Energy as forecasts increasingly diverge.
BP is considering ending the publication of its Statistical Review of World Energy, over 70 years after it first published the benchmark report, as it focuses on its shift to renewables, it tells @Reuters Check out this map from its first report in 1952 #OOTT
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Really hope this isn't true. We need more and better global energy data, and BP has been a champion in supplying historical data to investors, researchers, and analysts. Hydrocarbons (>80% total energy) remain the lifeblood of modern civilization and aren't going anywhere soon.
BP is considering ending the publication of its Statistical Review of World Energy, over 70 years after it first published the benchmark report, as it focuses on its shift to renewables, it tells @Reuters Check out this map from its first report in 1952 #OOTT
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“These are tectonic shifts. Global markets were built on these trunk lines […] We don’t know how this market is going to function after a certain date. The adjustment will be dramatic . . . it’s going to be confrontational and its going to be volatile.” on.ft.com/3OOa9hq
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