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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.

Latest articles from Haley

  • Canada’s Crude Oil Production Cuts Are Unsustainable

    Published 12 January 2019 | viewed 38,578 times

    In an attempt to combat a ballooning oil glut and dramatically plummeting prices, the premier of Alberta Rachel Notley introduced an unprecedented measure at the…

  • Something Extraordinary Is Happening In Jet Fuel Markets

    Published 09 January 2019 | viewed 16,467 times

    Asia and the United States are experiencing historic prices for jet fuel, yet their current circumstances couldn’t be more opposite. In Asia, jet fuel has…

  • Is Iran Exaggerating The Demand For Its Oil?

    Published 08 January 2019 | viewed 11,022 times

    After the United States pulled out of the Obama-era Iran nuclear deal and re-imposed and added to sanctions last year, the Trump administration granted waivers…

  • India Makes Breakthrough In Biofuel Development

    Published 02 January 2019 | viewed 37,585 times

    In the face of an international movement away from traditional fossil fuels and toward a greener future, many researchers around the world are rushing to…

  • Is Solar Growth Really Lagging?

    Published 27 December 2018 | viewed 17,960 times

    Solar makes sense. It’s cost efficient, it’s eco-friendly and has no carbon footprint, electricity is generated in the same grid where it is consumed, and…

  • Iran Is Facing A Lot More Than Just Sanctions

    Published 20 December 2018 | viewed 18,297 times

    Despite being home to massive oil and gas reserves, Iran’s energy sector has been far from steady over the past few decades. Iranian energy has…

  • China Aims To Boost Ethanol Production

    Published 15 December 2018 | viewed 23,631 times

    China’s demand for cleaner alternatives to fossil fuels is on track to skyrocket over next few years as the government continues to make strategic moves…

  • The Real Implications Of The New Permian Estimates

    Published 09 December 2018 | viewed 59,586 times

    This week the United States Geological Survey (USGS) announced a groundbreaking oil and gas discovery in West Texas’ Permian Basin. According to the organization’s recent…

  • The Solar Tech Flying Under The Radar

    Published 09 December 2018 | viewed 32,692 times

    Solar energy is no longer a cutting-edge technology. The public is well-acquainted with the sight of solar panels dotting the rooftops of their cities, and…

  • Will Mexico Choose Oil Over Clean Energy?

    Published 06 December 2018 | viewed 13,454 times

    On Tuesday, just days after president Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office in Mexico, the Mexican government announced that it would be suspending a scheduled…

  • India Looks To Double Its Natural Gas Usage

    Published 24 November 2018 | viewed 22,943 times

    This week Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that this administration is working toward establishing a natural gas trading exchange as part of a larger…

  • Is The World’s Most Indebted Oil Company About To Be Privatized?

    Published 22 November 2018 | viewed 42,699 times

    In the past, Brazil’s massive state-owned oil company Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) has operated at the whim of Brazilian politics, a volatile model to say…

  • New Oil Deals To Ease Tensions In South China Sea

    Published 21 November 2018 | viewed 19,792 times

    China and the Philippines have just announced an official agreement to go forward with a groundbreaking joint oil and gas exploration deal - reportedly the…

  • Canada’s Crude Crisis Is Accelerating

    Published 15 November 2018 | viewed 19,551 times

    Canadian oil producers are in an increasingly tough predicament. With high and increasing oil demand around the globe over the last year, Canadian oil production…

  • Could Brazil's Oil Sector Trigger An Economic Miracle?

    Published 13 November 2018 | viewed 16,037 times

    Brazil’s new far-right President elect Jair Bolsonaro, dubbed in some circles as the “Trump of the tropics”, has huge plans in store for Brazilian crude.…

  • Nuclear Energy Stages A Comeback In Japan

    Published 07 November 2018 | viewed 24,377 times

    Nuclear energy in Japan may be making a significant comeback, it is just not going to be able to meet the government’s lofty production goals…

  • Why China Indirectly Controls EV Markets

    Published 04 November 2018 | viewed 21,083 times

    While Europe has long been at the forefront of the automotive industry, it will most likely be overtaken in the very near future by another…

  • World’s Cheapest Natural Gas Market Could Be Facing A Shortage

    Published 31 October 2018 | viewed 22,708 times

    A natural gas shortage in Canada is expected to last through the winter months, forcing gas users ranging from industrial forces to local governments to…

  • Can U.S. Gas Demand Keep Up With Surging Production?

    Published 27 October 2018 | viewed 20,254 times

    Natural gas production hit another high in the United States at approximately 87 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) over the last weekend. The rise…

  • U.S. Doubles Down On Ethanol Despite Glut

    Published 26 October 2018 | viewed 15,401 times

    Despite finding itself the midst of a massive glut, the United States ethanol industry is set to see three new plants come online over the…

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