Diesel settles down…for now

by AJOT  • Feb 01, 2023

Prices moderate as panic buying eases


Domestic renewable diesel capacity could more than double through 2025

by AJOT  • Feb 02, 2023

U.S. production capacity for renewable diesel could more than double from current levels by the end of 2025, based on several announcements for projects that are either under construction or could start development soon.


EU unveils a green investment plan to compete with US and China

by Bloomberg  • Feb 01, 2023

The European Union unveiled a roadmap for how it plans to keep its industries competitive as the bloc tries to catch up to the US and China, which offer huge subsidies to domestic green technologies.


French startup raising funds to make green hydrogen for trucks

by Bloomberg  • Feb 02, 2023

French startup Climate Horizon is seeking to raise more than €100 million ($108 million) for efforts to produce hydrogen from biomass, generate carbon credits and lease trucks powered by the clean fuel.


America has come a long way from an early electric car casualty

by Bloomberg  • Feb 01, 2023

A member of the team behind GM’s ill-fated EV1 reflects on the momentum of the last year.


Energy services sector set to grow to $1 trillion in 2025

by AJOT  • Jan 31, 2023

Rystad Energy expects the global market for oil and gas contractors to rise to a peak of $1 trillion in 2025 and remain at high levels for several years thereafter. Helped by strong growth in the midstream part of the industry to liquefy, transport, and re-gasify natural gas, overall oil…

Diesel settles down…for now
by AJOT  • Feb 01, 2023

Whats this about?

It is the “uncontained” shipments that draw a lifetime allegiance of purveyors of the business. As one MPV (Multi Purpose Vessel) analyst bluntly said as an aside, “Boxes are boring.”

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