Shell stops drilling in the Arctic

In the last few years the ice of the Arctic has been melting increasingly fast. This has increased the willingness of oil companies of all colors and stripes to dig there. Among them, the Royal Dutch Shell. Given how Arctic oil would be difficult to retrieve safely and how little they would ease the pressure… Continue reading Shell stops drilling in the Arctic

Worth an article – my September 2012 tweets

I have been committed since January 2007 to bring you each month a selection of the latest headlines and best researches on sustainable development, climate change and the world energy sector. However, I don’t blog as much as I would like to and generally write around 25 posts per month. But many more news are… Continue reading Worth an article – my September 2012 tweets

Why drilling for oil in the Arctic is downright crazy

As China and Iceland signed last week a treaty on arctic oil and as a small spill declared in Russia, I thought it was appropriate to write about a previous article from Climate Progress on the risks of such practices. As Kiley Kroh noted there: ” Analysts at one of the world’s largest insurance markets… Continue reading Why drilling for oil in the Arctic is downright crazy

If you think that offshore drilling is a solution…

… you should have a look at the image on the left. Drilling offshore won’t solve the various problems. Similarly, drilling the Arctic oil won’t improve the situation either. The situation seems hopeless ? It is not, as energy efficiency is a solution that can address the problem permanently and that also can seriously help… Continue reading If you think that offshore drilling is a solution…