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  • "The risk of serious energy-supply disruptions would continue to mount."

    Rising Use of Coal Prompts Warning

  • The company said this year it would be seeking growth outside British Gas Residential Energy—its household energy-supply business—as higher forward wholesale-gas prices were pointing to lower margins for its retail energy division.

    Centrica's Profit Soars

  • What will be the make-up of the energy-supply pie, and how can we dramatically increase, even double, our energy efficiency?

    Our Man-Made Energy Crisis

  • Amid a strengthening yen and energy-supply woes, business leaders, politicians and columnists fret that manufacturing will be pushed offshore.

    Japan's Hollow Threat

  • Within Europe, particularly in the U.K., he says it will be a combination of wind and maybe new nuclear, like the energy-supply model in France.

    Bechtel

  • Investment in energy-supply strategies based on equity and increasing rural opportunities, such as national electrification programmes, also declines.

    Regional scenarios for Africa's future~ atmosphere

  • These trends call for energy-supply investment of $26.3 trillion to 2030, or over $1 trillion/year.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • These trends call for energy-supply investment of $26.3 trillion to 2030, or over $1 trillion/year.

    Literary Warrant [38]

  • As a result, biofuels are making up a larger portion of the world's energy-supply gap than many analysts expected.

    As Biofuels Catch On,

  • Industry optimism regarding long-term energy-supply prospects, these official reports indicate, has now given way to a deep-seated pessimism, even in the biggest of Big Oil corporate headquarters ...

    Stan Goff: Energy & Bubble & Other Stuff

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