January 15

ENERGY REALITIES EPISODE 94 -Filmed Live On YouTube on January 16, 2024

ENERGY REALITIES EPISODE #94 – ENERGY THREATS

Highlights of the podcast:

01:25 -Rental giant hertz dumps EVs, including Teslas for gas cars
05:18 – U.S. resumes Russian oil imports and defies sanction.
06:42 – Uranium imports from Russia
09:02 – Defying sanctions with the Russian oil imports
10:00 – The Japanese government has announced plans
10:26 – Hydrogen is the next available mechanism for wealth transfer
13:55 – The Jones act
18:25 – Could China hack our electric grid?
21:51 – Texas power grid
27:06 – The federal government wants to get rid of all natural gas and coal fired power by 2035
30:17 – Hawaii Five Uh-Oh
31:51 – TransWest transmission progress
35:43 – The grid
37:20 – We are at the whims of the weather
40:57 – Cyber security
43:52 – China has the most wind farms and solar farms
44:21 – The grid stability and security in Europe

The Podcast Hosts for The Energy Realities

Armando Cavanha
Energy Thought Leader, Podcast Host, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
Irina Slav
International Author writing about energy, mining, and geopolitical issues. Bulgaria
David Blackmon
Principal at DB Energy Advisors, energy author, and podcast host.Principal at DB Energy Advisors, energy author, and podcast host.
Tammy Nemeth
Energy Consulting Specialist
Syed Muhammad Osama Rizvi
Energy Analyst | Economic and Geopolitical Analyst | ExFounder U&I Global | Consultant, Advisor | Commonwealth Scholar
Stuart Turley
President, and CEO, Sandstone Group, Podcast Host

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