Energy Updates, May 17, 2022

Michael Bloomberg Plans a $242 Million Investment in Clean Energy – The New York Times

Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, will announce a $242 million effort on Tuesday to promote clean energy in 10 developing countries.

The money will fund programs in Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Pakistan, South Africa, Turkey and Vietnam.

Realizing Africa’s Sustainable Energy Future by Michael R. Bloomberg & Damilola Ogunbiyi – Project Syndicate

Fostering Effective Energy Transition 2022 | World Economic Forum

U.S. LNG Expansions Continued to Lead Global Supply Growth in 2021, GIIGNL Says – Natural Gas Intelligence

U.S. gas prices soar as Europe and Asia scramble for LNG: Kemp | Nasdaq

Surging natural gas prices squeeze U.S. industrial sector | Reuters

America’s Oil and Gas Boom Didn’t Deliver True Energy Security – The New York Times

Will European Commission proposals prioritise energy transition over new fossil fuels?

lng: Spain’s gas imports rise 16 per cent driven by seaborne LNG purchases, Energy News, ET EnergyWorld

How the Ukraine war is accelerating Germany’s renewable energy transition

Flood of Discounted LNG Stretches Europe’s Gas Terminals – BNN Bloomberg

Can Russia Execute a Gas Pivot to Asia? | Center for Strategic and International Studies

China, Russia tipped to power up energy ties as Europe weans itself off Putin’s oil and gas | South China Morning Post,3177827,3177815,3177816,3177782,3177807,3177819,3177809&tc=7&CMCampaignID=3b3d619e01bcf3514048cf1572246b12

A Russian Gas Halt Would Hit European, North Africa Economies |

Russia’s energy plans derailed – GIS Reports

Europe Looks To African Gas To Reduce Dependence On Russian Imports |

Senegal sees opportunity and ‘hypocrisy’ in Europe’s search for gas

Realizing Africa’s Sustainable Energy Future by Michael R. Bloomberg & Damilola Ogunbiyi – Project Syndicate

India Buyers Grab Discounted Russia LNG Shunned by Rest of World – BNN Bloomberg

Six-point plan to secure new natural gas supplies and maximise exports from Trinidad & Tobago: 2022 – 2030 — Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago

Jamaica Gov’t To Consider Reapproaching Venezuela For Oil | RJR News – Jamaican News Online

Navigating oil and diplomacy | Commentary | Jamaica Gleaner

Puerto Rico LNG Terminal Is a Ticking Time Bomb | Earthjustice

Puerto Rico seeks clean-energy revolution. It is getting blackouts. –

Solar Power Offers Puerto Ricans a Lifeline but Remains an Elusive Goal – The New York Times

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