What does it mean when the world’s largest generator of wind
and solar outpaces the most iconic oil company in market value?
We’re talking about NextEra Energy and ExxonMobil. What does the
flip tell us about the energy transition?
Plus, reporters at Bloomberg got their hands on documents that
show ExxonMobil plans to pretty significantly ramp up emissions in
the coming years. Is this the planet’s most recalcitrant
Then, the flattening of hydrocarbon growth will change global
political power. But do we really know how yet? We’ll discuss a
new piece from Jason Bordoff about the surprising geopolitics of
Lastly, a lot of manufacturing relies on very high heat. Are
there ways to reach those temperatures cleanly? We’ll look at
some new developments in the steel industry.
Bloomberg: Exxon’s Plan for Surging Carbon Emissions Revealed
in Leaked Documents�
Barrons: Green-Oriented NextEra Nears ExxonMobil in Market
Wall Street Journal: NextEra Energy Made Takeover Approach to
Everything You Think About the Geopolitics of Climate Change is
IRENA: A New World, The Geopolitics of the Energy
Mighty Earth: ArcelorMittalâ€™s New Carbon-Neutral Commitment
Could Catalyze Steel
SSAB: â€œFirst in fossil-free steel using â€˜Hybritâ€™
Greentech Media: How to Slash the Industrial Emissions that are
Heating the Planet
Greentech Media: The Building Industry Gets Serious About
Columbia Center on Energy Policy : Low-carbon heat solutions
for heavy industry
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Exxon Is Losing the Energy Transition