- Daily Brief
- November 24, 2022
As one of the world’s largest CO2-emitters, South Korea has pledged to go carbon neutral. However, decarbonization will be an uphill battle that will require more than what the government has planned.
The suspension of the Nord Stream 2 pipeline’s operations on the eve of the Ukraine invasion may not have the intended impact.
Chinese investors cut a secret deal with Congolese officials increasing their profit share of mining revenues while falling behind on promised infrastructure agreements.
China is trying to undo its world’s largest polluter status, but there are obstacles to meeting this goal.
Czechia’s case against Poland over a key mine’s air and water impact may signal a watershed moment for the group.
Ashgabat’s landmark energy agreement with Baku expands bilateral ties and could link its gas to Europe.
The interconnected Irish energy grid has received scant attention from Brexit negotiators.
A focus on short-term gains may lead to blowback for Beijing and Russia’s state-owned oil company.
The race to combat climate change could inflame more basic human conflict in the Congo.
The decade-long battle over the oil pipeline faces a major—but not decisive—juncture in November.
OPEC has a chance to shore up sagging oil prices, will it seize the opportunity?
Has the Kingdom missed its opportunity to diversify its oil-reliant economy?