The Global State of Fracking: Who’s Playing Catch Up With The U.S.?

America has made some significant strides recently to try and lower its dependence on foreign oil. In the past five years, advances in commercial-level hydraulic fracturing – also known as “fracking” – have enabled the energy-dependent nation to explore large reserves of economically recoverable natural gas. Despite the obvious gains made by the U.S. thanks […]

Flying Under the Radar? The Rise Of Data For Global Electricity Markets

The recent upsurge in new market data for electricity markets outside of the US looks like it could be one to watch. Ever since deregulation of electricity markets first happened in the mid-nineties, it’s been fascinating to see how the marketplace has evolved in the US; not least with the introduction of hundreds of thousands of granular data feeds into the system […]