U.S. Shale Gas Production Could Sharply Decline in 2016, World Bank Says

EcoWatch: In the wake of tumbling oil prices, an onslaught on coal and a year of geopolitical tumult, the World Bank has released its 2016 report on the outlook for the world’s commodity markets. Carbon Brief looks at the five key takeaways for climate change and energy. 1. There’s All-Round Bad News for Coal The report makes grim reading for coal industry executives. Coal prices are expected to continue their tumble downwards in 2016. Having fallen by more than 60 percent since 2011, prices are expected......

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