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Winning the Tour de France thanks to petrochemicals

The first Tour de France was held in 1903. 60 cyclists rode over unpaved roads without helmets, comfortable bikes or other modern technologies. Today the race has evolved to a total of 21 stages covering almost 2,200 miles. In recent...

/ July 20, 2016
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Does divestment even work?

Anti-fossil fuel activists frequently point to the divestment campaign that targeted South African Apartheid is often cited as the prime example of the effectiveness of their tactics divestment campaigns by the folks behind the fossil fuel divestment movement.

/ July 19, 2016
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Regulatory Reform Needs To Happen

Amid the hours of granular policy and technical discussions at this year’s Energy Information Administration energy conference, one message from the private sector came through loud and clear: regulatory reform must happen.

/ July 12, 2016
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“You Can’t Go It Alone”  Pt. 1 – ISACs & ISAOs 

In today’s world of cyberattacks against companies, the idea of sharing information between companies on cyber developments and incidents is becoming more critical.  However, there are some barriers in place, both from a legal perspective and from company perspectives, to...

/ July 11, 2016