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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

  • Can Mexico Capitalize On This Golden Oil Opportunity?

    Published 31 August 2017 | viewed 9,513 times

    As the political and economic climate in Venezuela continues to deteriorate and oil output sinks to new lows, a production vacuum is opening up in…

  • Is Cactus Gas The Future Of Biofuel?

    Published 30 August 2017 | viewed 26,178 times

    The prickly pear cactus (locally known as nopal) is ubiquitous in Mexico. Farmed in massive quantities across the nation, it’s a local food staple, an…

  • Alaskan Oil Returns With A Vengeance

    Published 29 August 2017 | viewed 25,886 times

    After years of steady decline in production and bottomed-out oil prices, Alaska is in a rough spot. They’re over a billion dollars in debt, in…

  • The Caribbean Is Poised To Become The Next Major Oil Region

    Published 22 August 2017 | viewed 59,016 times

    In the future, we may be hearing about the Caribbean a whole lot more when talking about oil and gas. Previously, the area was virtually…

  • Brazilian Corruption Charges Could Impact Mexico’s Oil Boom

    Published 21 August 2017 | viewed 11,399 times

    Last year, Brazilian construction firm Odebrecht pleaded guilty to bribing officials in 12 countries to secure high-paying contracts. The firm agreed to a payment of…

  • Alaska’s Conflicted Oil Future

    Published 17 August 2017 | viewed 18,688 times

    Alaska, the final frontier, may be the next oil industry goldmine thanks to aggressive drilling, changing environmental policies, and a bullish administration. Not all Alaskans,…

  • Brazil’s Pre-Salt Extraction Costs Fall To $8 Per Barrel

    Published 13 August 2017 | viewed 21,317 times

    Not too long ago Brazilian state oil company Petrobras was the most indebted oil & gas company in the world. The long-suffering company has faced…

  • How Much Fuel Does It Take To Get To The Moon?

    Published 08 August 2017 | viewed 95,818 times

    The new age space race is upon us as Elon Musk’s SpaceX gears up to send billionaires to the moon and NASA plans for upcoming…

  • BP Surpasses Profit Expectations, Still Wallowing In Debt

    Published 05 August 2017 | viewed 9,098 times

    It’s been a complicated and contradictory quarter for oil giant British Petroleum. The struggling corporation has failed to reduce debt in the second quarter, with total profits falling…

  • Is Russia Poised To Own A Stake In U.S. Oil?

    Published 01 August 2017 | viewed 15,547 times

    As the country’s economy continues to tank, Venezuela’s national oil company PDVSA is approaching the deadline for a $1.1bn note issue due in November, and…

  • Is Upstream Investment Turning A Corner?

    Published 14 July 2017 | viewed 5,062 times

    This week the International Energy Agency (IEA) released their annual World Energy Investment report (WEI), revealing that in 2016 energy investment plummeted by a staggering…

  • Was Last Week's Rig Count A Fluke?

    Published 07 July 2017 | viewed 5,372 times

    Although there’s been a lot of back and forth about the whether the U.S. “shale boom” has been overblown, this week shows that oil production…

  • U.S. Shale Gas Booming Despite Global Glut

    Published 06 July 2017 | viewed 26,878 times

    The United States has led the pack in the shale revolution, profiting more than any other nation. The U.S. enjoys the benefit of having the…

  • This Supermajor Is Leading The Charge On Renewables

    Published 03 July 2017 | viewed 20,956 times

    France-based Total S.A. is one of the elite seven “supermajor” oil companies in the world. When people talk about “Big Oil,” Total is exactly the…

  • Why The U.S. Is Losing The Nuclear Energy Race

    Published 29 June 2017 | viewed 11,979 times

    The United States is drastically falling behind in the global nuclear energy race. Just this March, Japanese-owned, Pittsburgh-based nuclear energy giant Westinghouse took a swift…

  • Cuba Scrambles As Venezuela’s Oil Industry Collapses

    Published 14 June 2017 | viewed 61,317 times

    As Venezuela’s oil industry goes down it flames, it’s looking like it may just take Cuba down with it. Venezuela, once the crude powerhouse of…

  • Is Big Oil’s Bet On Petrochemicals A Bust?

    Published 12 June 2017 | viewed 16,320 times

    Thanks to the last years’ unstable crude markets, peak oil demand looming around the corner, rising use of renewable energy and electric vehicles, and flooded…

  • The Dark Side Of The Oil Tech Boom

    Published 05 June 2017 | viewed 25,892 times

    As artificial intelligence becomes ever more attainable and tech start-ups continue to divide and multiply, traditional oilfield research and development is going the way of the…

  • Asia Aims For Total Dominance Of Global Solar Industry

    Published 30 May 2017 | viewed 15,184 times

    This week the UK smashed its previous solar power record, powering nearly a quarter of the nation with solar energy thanks to sunny skies and…

  • Can Private Investment Turn Mexico’s Ailing Oil Industry Around?

    Published 24 May 2017 | viewed 11,825 times

    Five years after Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto made campaign promises to open his country’s oil reserves to foreign interests, a private well been has…

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