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Posts Tagged ‘water scarcity’

0 Sep 5 2014 @ 12:07am by Matt Smith in Crude Oil, Economy, Global Energy, Natural Gas

If Katy Perry and I Were To Do a Duet…

………I would have no squabble in doing one of her hits,  but we would have to work in some commodity themes into the lyrics. So here are some ideas I am working on pitching her.

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6 Nov 15 2012 @ 10:55am by Matt Smith in Blog, Crude Oil, Economy, energy consulting, Global Energy, Natural Gas, risk management, Risk Strategy

Projections Proffered By The IEA

The IEA’s 2012 World Energy Outlook has spurned many a headline since its release on Monday, which should be none too surprising given it is 688 pages long. The executive summary of the report can be viewed here (which is 676 pages less than the full version), while through even more distillation here are ten points I have gleaned from it in the past few days:   » read more

7 Nov 8 2012 @ 1:03pm by Matt Smith in Blog, Economy, Global Energy, risk management, Risk Strategy

China’s Unquenchable Thirst For Water

As regular burrito readers will know, China is a hugely huge producer and consumer of commodities. Not only is it the largest global producer of key crops and meat, it has the largest appetite for goods that cover the gamut from rice to rubber, from cotton to copper. But one of its largest addictions has become one of its biggest problems, as it has an unquenchable thirst……for water.  » read more