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Exxon CEO Warns That Consumers Will Pay For Hasty Energy Transition | OilPrice.com

ExxonMobil expects all new cars sold two decades from now to be electric vehicles. But the U.S. supermajor also believes that people will “pay a high price” in this rush to renewables without providing the energy the society currently needs, Exxon’s chief executive Darren Woods told CNBC’s David Faber in an interview last week. Exxon …

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Nuclear Power

France Sees Nuclear Energy Output Plummet At The Worst Possible Moment | OilPrice.com

France has long been one of the world’s greatest champions of nuclear energy. France leads the European Union in nuclear production, with the most productive reactors in the bloc, and relies on nuclear power for a larger share of its energy mix than any other country in the world. It makes sense that France should …

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Doha

Qatar Expands LNG Capacity To Become Europe’s Emergency Gas Supplier | OilPrice.com

Following on from the recent signing by Qatar of a declaration of intent on energy cooperation with Germany aimed at becoming its key supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) going forward, the Emirate has now signed separate partnership deals with France’s TotalEnergies and Italy’s Eni for the US$30 billion North Field (or ‘Dome’) Expansion of …

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