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Haley Zaremba

Contributor since: 05 May 2017

Haley Zaremba

Haley Zaremba is a writer and journalist based in Mexico City. She has extensive experience writing and editing environmental features, travel pieces, local news in the Bay Area, and music/culture reviews.

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    Published 28 April 2019 | viewed 28,642 times

    On Monday, in a decision that rocked oil market participants around the world, the Trump administration announced that they will not be renewing or extending…

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    Published 24 April 2019 | viewed 18,336 times

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    Published 23 April 2019 | viewed 16,613 times

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  • Are China’s Crude Reserves Quietly Dwindling?

    Published 22 April 2019 | viewed 15,948 times

    When it comes to its strategic petroleum reserves--and most other things, for that matter--China keeps its cards close to the vest. While tight-lipped government agencies…

  • Scientists Find Oil-Eating Superbacteria On Bottom Of The Ocean

    Published 16 April 2019 | viewed 17,499 times

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  • Think Tank: Mexico’s New Refinery Already Doomed

    Published 15 April 2019 | viewed 19,582 times

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  • Environmentalists’ “Bomb Train” Concerns Are Overblown

    Published 13 April 2019 | viewed 12,892 times

    This week president Donald Trump signed two executive orders aimed at speeding up the development and functionality of oil and gas projects in the United…

  • The Energy Solution That Could End The Border Wall Debate

    Published 03 April 2019 | viewed 15,516 times

    Since making his initial promises of a border wall on the campaign trail in 2015, United States President Donald Trump has been pushed to back…

  • Supermajor Shell Looks To Revitalize The Rust Belt

    Published 02 April 2019 | viewed 19,909 times

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  • China Can’t Get Enough Of Brazilian Crude

    Published 02 April 2019 | viewed 13,544 times

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    Published 01 April 2019 | viewed 13,981 times

    With thin profit margins growing even thinner in the crude oil sector, commodity trading houses have been looking for the next big movement in the…

  • Is The Nuclear Industry Abusing Subsidies?

    Published 27 March 2019 | viewed 8,925 times

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  • What Is Pushing China Back To Coal?

    Published 26 March 2019 | viewed 19,111 times

    Data released by the Chinese energy bureau this week shows that the country added a whopping 194 million tonnes of coal mining capacity over the…

  • Could Massive Gas Find Help Boost South Africa’s Economy?

    Published 23 March 2019 | viewed 14,903 times

    Total Exploration and Production Southern Africa recently made a massive offshore gas discovery off the coast of Mossel Bay. First reports of the newly discovered…

  • Is Beijing Losing Its Footing In South China Sea?

    Published 20 March 2019 | viewed 36,979 times

    The United States military launched nuclear-capable B-52H Stratofortress bombers over the heavily disputed South China Sea last week, where they “conducted routine training”. In these…

  • The Billionaires Battling It Out Over Biofuel

    Published 13 March 2019 | viewed 16,501 times

    The United States Environmental Protection Agency has been under pressure from the Trump administration to put together a proposal for how they plan to overhaul…

  • Why India Is Overhauling Its Oil & Gas Policy

    Published 12 March 2019 | viewed 15,011 times

    India is making major policy changes in order to attract more foreign investment and exploration in its oil and gas fields. As part of a…

  • Nuclear Is Not A Catch-All Solution To Climate Change

    Published 11 March 2019 | viewed 9,692 times

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