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We need principles, not prejudice

The Government has just announced a change they will introduce in May 2017 to reduce pressure on hard working MPs and Ministers. These new arrangements were announced by Matthew Hancock, Minister in the Cabinet Office. They will change the terms...
by IanChisnall on Feb 7, 2016

Why Oil Prices May Fall as Low as $20 a Barrel

If you didn’t think oil prices could go any lower, now is a good time to think again. Oil from U.S. shale (an unconventional method of producing oil from rock fragments through pyrolysis, hydrogenation or thermal dissolution), has driven crude...
by Debt Free Living Guru on May 2, 2015

Interview with the Head of the IEA

The Golden Age of Gas, Possibly: Interview with the IEA The potential for a golden age of gas comes along with a big “if” regarding environmental and social impact. The International Energy Agency (IEA)—the “global energy authority”–b...
by Solar Energy Blog on Feb 12, 2014

Retired BP Geologist Warns Global Oil Production Declining Over 4 Percent Annually

It’s been a long time since I last talked about peak oil production. Peak what? Yeah, the mainstream media would rather run stories about alternative energy and “unconventional” oil production, as if it will somehow make up for declining “con...
by Survival And Prosperity on Jan 9, 2014

4 policies for 2 degrees of warming

In the last few years the International Energy Agency has undergone a remarkable transformation into an institution that is putting environmental concerns front and centre. The penny has finally dropped on resource depletion after years of denial, an...
by Make Wealth History on Aug 22, 2013

Emerging Turkey: Rising Oil Demand Fuels European Refineries

Turkey and its emerging market counterparts are keeping refineries open across the Mediterranean’s developed nations according to the International Energy Agency’s monthly oil report. The report says that growing demand from Turkey and No...
by Spot Blue on Jul 12, 2013

Lunatics, spells and abolition of the NHS

Well, My Black Cat, it would be nice to think that our last post where we drew attention to the Institute of Economic Affairs’ deliberations on the abolition of the NHS, has resulted in a little flurry of activity in the blog that forbids paragraph...
by Witch Doctor on Jun 15, 2012

Whither your pensions then?

Andrew Marr considers the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) to be: “undoubtedly the most influential think tank in modern British history.” – ANDREW MARR If that is the case it might be wise to pay attention to what they are up to. While...
by Witch Doctor on Jun 2, 2012

Jim Rogers Sees Civil Strife Coming To America

Yesterday, MarketWatch ran a WSJ Live News Hub video in which well-known investor Jim Rogers appeared and talked about a number of topics. The Chairman of Rogers Holdings suspects social unrest of the type seen in Europe will eventually come to our s...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 26, 2012

Understanding Fair Trade

Most of you have picked up a Fairtrade product in your life cycle, some of you probably making it a regular duty to have at least one product in your shopping basket, I can absolutely assure you that I have no desire to discourage this ritual or be d...
by Oleuanna on Mar 28, 2012

Understanding Fair Trade

Most of you have picked up a Fairtrade product in your life cycle, some of you probably making it a regular duty to have at least one product in your shopping basket, I can absolutely assure you that I have no desire to discourage this ritual or be d...
by Oleuanna on Mar 28, 2012

The climate lock-in

Yesterday the International Energy Agency released their annual World Energy Outlook. Since many world governments take their cues from the agency’s figures, it’s well worth paying attention to what the IEA are saying. This year, theyR...
by Make Wealth History on Nov 10, 2011

Understanding Fair Trade

Most of you have picked up a Fairtrade product in your life cycle, some of you probably making it a regular duty to have at least one product in your shopping basket, I can absolutely assure you that I have no desire to discourage this ritual or be d...
by Oleuanna on Sep 2, 2011

Dr Wellings Is 'Very Worried'

The fun begins with the image of not just a poor Scotland but one which would be bankrupt and need a bailout. Dr Richard Wellings of the IEA - a London-based think tank - has compiled the maths for an independent Scotland and: "It's very worry...
by Subrosa on Jun 13, 2011

Dr Wellings Is 'Very Worried'

The fun begins with the image of not just a poor Scotland but one which would be bankrupt and need a bailout. Dr Richard Wellings of the IEA - a London-based think tank - has compiled the maths for an independent Scotland and: "It's very worrying,...
by Subrosa on Jun 13, 2011

Dr Wellings Is 'Very Worried'

The fun begins with the image of not just a poor Scotland but one which would be bankrupt and need a bailout. Dr Richard Wellings of the IEA - a London-based think tank - has compiled the maths for an independent Scotland and: "It's very worry...
by Subrosa on Jun 13, 2011


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