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The Vienna Agreement: conflicting tales of OPEC compliance

The Vienna Agreement: conflicting tales of OPEC compliance
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The Vienna Agreement In November 2016, the 171st Ministerial Conference in Vienna was a welcomed change to the international community’s fight against crippling crude prices. This Agreement obliged 13 OPEC countries to reduce its production by around 1.2 million barrels per day (mb/d) to bring its ceiling to 32.5 mb/d. Eleven non-OPEC nations, specifically Russia, […]

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It’s not you, it’s me – what the US withdrawal from Paris means for renewable energy investment

It’s not you, it’s me - what the US withdrawal from Paris means for renewable energy investment
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The Paris Agreement is an international agreement, where 195 countries came together to tackle climate change. The countries made voluntary pledges on how they are going to achieve their climate goals. These ‘pledges’ involve aiding developing nations through providing climate finance and technology transfers, in addition to greenhouse gas emissions stabilisation and reduction, thus cementing […]

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