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Ticker Symbol Entity Name As Of Date Company Name Followers Employees on Linkedin Link Industry Date Added Date Updated Description Website Specialities Logo HQ.Street HQ.City HQ.State HQ.Country HQ.Postal Sector Industry
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 May 24th, 2019 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 37 0.00 Open Oil & Energy May 24th, 2019 02:41PM May 24th, 2019 02:41PM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com Open Open
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Mar 12th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Mar 12th, 2018 10:01AM Mar 12th, 2018 10:01AM Open
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 17th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Feb 17th, 2018 02:25PM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 16th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Feb 16th, 2017 08:15AM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 15th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Feb 15th, 2017 10:07AM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 14th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Feb 14th, 2017 01:50PM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 13th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Feb 13th, 2017 04:11PM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 12th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Feb 12th, 2017 04:15AM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 11th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Feb 11th, 2017 05:35AM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com
private:energytribunepublishinginc.-2 1340101 Feb 10th, 2018 12:00AM Energy Tribune Publishing, Inc. 34 0.00 Open Oil & Energy Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Feb 10th, 2017 06:43AM Our motto is “Leading the debate. Beating the Street.” We publish on the Web to help you understand the key issues in the energy sector. We publish because we have strongly held beliefs about energy. Here are a few of them: • Energy is the world’s most important commodity. Period. Without energy, there is no transportation. And without transportation, there is no commerce. Energy supply, energy consumption, and energy politics are driving the global political, economic, and social debate and will continue to do so for decades to come. • Peak oil and global warming are among the key debates of our time. Our editors have strong disagreements about these issues, particularly the latter one. We publish pieces that question the science about global warming and others that do not. The world’s policymakers appear to be in agreement that man-made carbon dioxide is bad and that efforts like the Kyoto Protocol are the solution. Maybe they are. But then what? It’s the “then what?” that’s getting ignored. Mandating drastic cuts in energy use and/or large-scale carbon capture and sequestration efforts will cost billions, perhaps trillions, of dollars. It may also mean huge job losses. And no matter what anybody says, renewable energy simply cannot replace fossil fuels in the modern economy. The point is this: the global warming debate is too important to be left to “group-think” while accepting the spurious claim that “the debate is settled.” We aim to keep the debate going. Read more at www.energytribune.com

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