28 Aprile 2023

5 spunti per approfondire (settimana 17/2023)


La rubrica settimanale con i consigli di lettura di RivistaEnergia.it, dall’Europa e dal mondo. Forse non le notizie più eclatanti, ma proprio per questo interessanti da approfondire. Settimana 17/2023

“Bangladesh has approved a payment of $318 million to a Russian nuclear power developer using the Chinese yuan, according to a Bangladeshi official, offering the latest instance of countries bypassing the U.S. dollar and using the Chinese currency to conduct international payments.”

Bangladesh to pay off Russian nuclear plant loan in Chinese currency
Articolo – Washington Post

“Opec has claimed the International Energy Agency’s calls to halt investment in oil are triggering turmoil in energy markets, intensifying a war of words between producers and rich-world consumers. Opec secretary-general Haitham Al Ghais accused the IEA, which is funded by the OECD group of rich economies, of “finger pointing” after the agency warned the surprise production cuts announced by the oil cartel earlier this month risked exacerbating inflation.”

Opec accuses IEA of stoking ‘volatility’ in energy markets
Articolo – Financial Times

“Russia is having to cope with the broadest array of sanctions ever imposed on a big country, including on individuals associated with the war, on financial transactions involving Russian entities, on exports of certain goods to Russia and on imports of most goods from Russia. Yet this economic assault has yielded disappointing results, in part because there were always big holes in the sanctions regime and in part because Russia has found ways around some of the restrictions that did initially hem it in.”

Russia’s economy can withstand a long war, but not a more intense one
Articolo – The Economist

“As Europe headed towards the end of 2022, the ongoing gas crisis combined with low nuclear and hydro output led to concerns about how countries would keep the lights on over winter. Now, looking back over the last six months, it is clear that Europe’s power system successfully rode out the storm. This analysis examines power generation and changes to electricity demand across EU countries in the winter months to understand what happened over the winter, and what lessons the EU can take forward.”

Weathering the winter
Analisi – Ember

“Green industrial policy is in vogue on both sides of the Atlantic. The United States and the European Union have ambitious plans to decarbonize their economies while rebuilding their manufacturing sectors. As they do so, the discord between Washington and Brussels over climate and trade policies will worsen if the two allies cannot align their starkly different and arguably incompatible proposals for carbon border measures to preserve competitiveness.”

Green Gridlock: How to Fix the U.S.-EU Disconnect on Climate
Analisi – Foreign Affairs

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