Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Trends in China and the World

The Student Chapters of SPE/AAPG cordially invites you to the following event: Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Energy Trends in China and the World Abstract Together with other vital elements greenhouse gases have made life on planet earth possible. During the last decades, greenhouse emissions have increased substantially with far reaching implications on the earth’s temperature. Greenhouse gases are produced or […]

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Cyprus could benefit from climate change fight

Article appears in Sunday Mail, on Sept. 3rd, 2017. By Constantinos Hadjistassou* A few months before announcing the third licensing round for hydrocarbons off Cyprus, the government endorsed the UN Climate Change Conference (COP21) for restricting climate change. EU member states have committed to curbing greenhouse gases by 40 per cent compared to 1990 emissions levels. Although the EU is […]

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Does Natural Gas Qualify as a Transition Fuel?

A Modified version of article appeared in Sunday Mail, 25th of May, 2014. By Constantinos Hadjistassou*, PhD An unexpected consequence of the shale oil & gas boom in the US, which commenced in the mid-2000s, was that US coal exports have increased significantly. In fact, US coal shipments have doubled ever since to 100 million tons with a sizeable amount—about […]

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