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Positivos datos de EU impulsan precio del petróleo | El Economista

Positivos datos de EU impulsan precio del petróleo | El Economista

Con el precio del barril de petróleo cayendo por debajo de los $90 damos con este interesante gráfico elaborado por The Economist dónde podemos ver para los principales países productores de petróleo a que precio necesitan que este el barril de petróleo para poder cuadrar sus cuentas públicas.

Con el precio del barril de petróleo cayendo por debajo de los $90 damos con este interesante gráfico elaborado por The Economist dónde podemos ver para los principales países productores de petróleo a que precio necesitan que este el barril de petróleo para poder cuadrar sus cuentas públicas.

¡MADURO ES UNA BOMBA DE TIEMPO! The Economist: Caída del petróleo reveló la estafa de la revolución bolivariana

¡MADURO ES UNA BOMBA DE TIEMPO! The Economist: Caída del petróleo reveló la estafa de la revolución bolivariana

VENEZUELA FEB The country is on the brink of a social explosion that only a negotiated transition can prevent

Saudi Arabia is thinking about listing shares in Saudi Aramco, the state-owned company that is the world’s biggest oil producer. Muhammad bin Salman, the kingdom’s deputy crown prince and power behind the throne of his father, King Salman, has told The Economist that a decision will be taken in the next few months. “Personally I’m enthusiastic about this step,” he said. “I believe it is in the interest of the Saudi market, and it is in the i

Saudi Arabia is considering an IPO of Aramco, probably the world’s most valuable company

Saudi Arabia is thinking about listing shares in Saudi Aramco, the state-owned company that is the world’s biggest oil producer. Muhammad bin Salman, the kingdom’s deputy crown prince and power behind the throne of his father, King Salman, has told The Economist that a decision will be taken in the next few months. “Personally I’m enthusiastic about this step,” he said. “I believe it is in the interest of the Saudi market, and it is in the i

Los aumentos de tarifas le dan los primeros frutos al Gobierno: bajaron 23% los subsidios a la energía

Los aumentos de tarifas le dan los primeros frutos al Gobierno: bajaron 23% los subsidios a la energía

Beyond petroleum | The Economist

Beyond petroleum

Beyond petroleum | The Economist

The biggest oil of all

Saudi Arabia is considering an IPO of Aramco, probably the world’s most valuable company

I think as a society, we lack true goal. We believe so deeply that cheap happiness is what we should seek. The most petroleum, the most money, the best toys (at the cheapest prices), the best military. STOP.  Stop and take a look around. We are not happy, and we are bringing every earth living entity with us.

I think as a society, we lack true goal. We believe so deeply that cheap happiness is what we should seek. The most petroleum, the most money, the best toys (at the cheapest prices), the best military. STOP. Stop and take a look around. We are not happy, and we are bringing every earth living entity with us.

Cheaper Oil: Winners and Losers. Chart of 2013 oil production and government budget deficits relative to the price of oil (Economist).

Winners and losers

Cheaper Oil: Winners and Losers. Chart of 2013 oil production and government budget deficits relative to the price of oil (Economist).

Modern Science: Stanford study says fossil-fueled cars will vanish... A new study published by Stanford University suggests that fossil-fueled cars will vanish within eight years – and citizens will have no choice but to invest in electric vehicles or similar technologies. This is because the cost of electric vehicles – including cars, buses, and trucks – will ultimately decrease, resulting in the collapse of the petroleum industry.  Led by Stanford University economist Tony Seba, the report…

Stanford study says fossil-fueled cars will vanish in 8 years as ‘big oil’ collapses

Modern Science: Stanford study says fossil-fueled cars will vanish... A new study published by Stanford University suggests that fossil-fueled cars will vanish within eight years – and citizens will have no choice but to invest in electric vehicles or similar technologies. This is because the cost of electric vehicles – including cars, buses, and trucks – will ultimately decrease, resulting in the collapse of the petroleum industry. Led by Stanford University economist Tony Seba, the report…

We are on the cusp of one of the fastest, deepest, most consequential disruptions of transportation in history.  A Stanford economist predicts that no more petrol or diesel cars, buses, or trucks will be sold anywhere in the world within eight years. The entire market for land transport will switch to electrification, leading to a collapse of oil prices and the demise of the petroleum industry as we have known it for a century.

We are on the cusp of one of the fastest, deepest, most consequential disruptions of transportation in history. A Stanford economist predicts that no more petrol or diesel cars, buses, or trucks will be sold anywhere in the world within eight years. The entire market for land transport will switch to electrification, leading to a collapse of oil prices and the demise of the petroleum industry as we have known it for a century.

America’s energy future: Meet the frackers | The Economist

Meet the frackers

Report claims link between animal health and GM crops.........................................................   A new report has pointed to possible long-term health problems in cows fed with genetically modified-corn. Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini based his findings on analysing the health of seventy cows over the period of five years. He says his study shows a link between the introduction of GMOs and an increased number of diseases developed by the cows. “These insecticide toxins are…

Report claims link between animal health and GM crops......................................................... A new report has pointed to possible long-term health problems in cows fed with genetically modified-corn. Professor Gilles-Eric Séralini based his findings on analysing the health of seventy cows over the period of five years. He says his study shows a link between the introduction of GMOs and an increased number of diseases developed by the cows. “These insecticide toxins are…

'West is best' on job creation, economists agree

Alberta outpaces rest of Canada on job creation

'West is best' on job creation, economists agree

De las prisiones y de petróleo | El Economista

Of prisons and petroleum