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C-MACC Sunday Thematic & Weekly Recap 173
Are We Coming A Cropper? Do Fuels From Crops Make Any Sense?
- One of the challenges with energy transition options is that they make us more dependent on weather for alternatives, just as weather becomes less predictable.
- While Canadian wildfires only had an incremental negative impact on renewable power supply, the current corn belt drought threatens existing and future fuels.
- Expanding corn, soy, and canola (rapeseed) use in fuel production requires huge acreage to matter – we could be adding food inflation to expected power inflation.
- We continue our coverage of a very weak chemical market and see Shell’s reviews of Singapore and Europe reminiscent of broader activity in the 80s and 90s.
- Otherwise, we look at options for China, as the economy disappoints, natural gas productivity in the US, and we do a deep dive into green hydrogen economics.
Last week we discussed 30 Chemicals and Related Products and 128 Companies.
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