Come with me if you wanna live …

September 8, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Summer Recess

July 14, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The industrial revival of North America

July 7, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The awakening of the zombie

June 30, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Fuelling the skies

June 23, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Better than pie in the sky – Venus

June 16, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

With LNG to the stars

June 9, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The problem with fuelling rockets

June 2, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Russia is trying to save what cannot be saved

May 26, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Cherrypicking reference periods

May 18, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Is the current oil market mayhem beneficial for shale

May 12, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Why the world needs a Trump

May 5, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The Compliance Industrial Complex

April 28, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

LNG for free – who can take it?

April 21, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Will the OPEC++ oil deal do any good?

April 14, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Border Adjustment Tax – Control Knob for Free Trade

April 8, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

How free shall trade ever be

March 31, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

How COVID-19 will reshape energy

March 24, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Warming waters …

March 17, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The 5th Climate wave

March 10, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

A flawed world economy laid bare by COVID-19

March 3, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Show me – the problem with evidence

February 25, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The wrath of the Tsar

February 18, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

There is (an old) a new sow in the village …

February 11, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Escaping Potemkin

February 4, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Helios – The weather machine in the sky

January 28, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The first LNG Market Maker

January 21, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Terra Methanum – the methane machine

January 14, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

Is wine a good proxy for temperature changes

January 7, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The wonderful world of methane 2

January 1, 2020/by Rudolf Huber

The wonderful world of methane 1

December 25, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Europe – from LNG’s killing fields to its innovation hub

December 17, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The LNG seesaw is out of whack

December 10, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

LNG – Banishment from paradise

December 3, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The original sin of LNG

November 26, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

LNG – The nature of the beast

November 19, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Gas Rails – The next level of LNG distribution

November 12, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Life after reliable energy

November 5, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The smallest LNG lobbying organisation does the heavy lifting to change excise taxes in Austria

October 29, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

A bigger planet – Fossil free transport

October 22, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Electric Anarchy – Life without fossil fuels

October 15, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Oil Farming

October 8, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Who stole my dreams

October 1, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

NOPEC’s last battle

September 24, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The end of effortless oil

September 17, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The Holy Church of Climatology

September 8, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The gas of life and the climate

September 3, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Taking the heat

August 27, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The new American age

August 20, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Is it smart for the US to export LNG

August 13, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The road to hell is paved with discarded business models

August 5, 2019/by Rudolf Huber


July 23, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Damned lies

July 14, 2019/by Rudolf Huber


July 9, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

The fallacy of external costs

July 2, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Sleeping in the pendulum clock

June 25, 2019/by Rudolf Huber

Destination Clauses – Japan got it all messed up

April 17, 2017/by Rudolf Huber

LPG producers – act now or go away forever

March 26, 2017/by Rudolf Huber

Could Russia be importing US LNG soon?

January 15, 2017/by Rudolf Huber

Who will pull the curtain on the first gas-electric 18 wheeler/excavator/locomotive

January 8, 2017/by Rudolf Huber


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