G20 Confronts Environmental Reality
Was That A Delta Head Fake?
Is Biden Vulnerable At The Gas Pump?
Voters have a history of blaming the president for high gasoline prices, even if the White House has limited power to change them.
Federal Reserve Housing Support Has Run Its Course
Carbon Capture Gains Momentum
Global Natural Gas Demand Is Rising
Is The Energy Transition Inflationary?
Pipeline Rally Exposes Lagging MLP Sector
Pipelines Will Last Longer Than Equity Prices Imply
Pipelines Close In On A Milestone
Hackers Highlight Pipelines’ Value
The hacking into Colonial Pipeline’s network demonstrated the high-tech vulnerability of some infrastructure as well as society’s reliance on it.
The Fed Is Losing Believers
Bonds Are Getting More Interest
The Fed’s Narrowing Definition Of Inflation
Capturing More CO2
Europe’s Nascent Hydrogen Industry
The EU’s hydrogen initiative envisages enormous scale. Goldman Sachs estimates that green hydrogen production could eventually double Europe’s electricity consumption, becoming the region’s largest electricity customer.
Why You Can’t Trust Reported Inflation Numbers
It’s Lonely At The Fed
Pipeline Cashflows Continue Higher
Electric Vehicles Are Picking Up Speed
The Fed Mutes The Messenger
The Biden Put
Lone Star State Loses Power
Modern Monetary Theory Goes Mainstream
GameStop Overhauls The Hedge Fund Business
Williams Companies Sees A Climate Change Winner In Natural Gas
Last week Williams Companies (WMB) held their first ever ESG Event. As might be expected, the most interesting parts were on the “E” (Environmental).