All stories by Clyde Russell
Volkswagen's cheating and China's exports showcase diesel woesRediff.com22 Sep 2015
Governments encouraged motorists to switch to diesel in the belief that its superior fuel economy would outweigh the higher pollutants per litre burned.
Is the era of commodity mega-projects over? Hmm...looks likeRediff.com6 Aug 2015
Projects in other developed countries, such as Canada, and even in developing nations like Mozambique and Indonesia are also in limbo
China risk story is far more dangerous than GrexitRediff.com6 Jul 2015
Consequences of China's efforts to stabilise its equity markets after three weeks of declines, which wiped out some 30 per cent of the value is far more importance to the world, says Clyde Russell.
Adani walking away, or upping ante on Australian coal project?Rediff.com25 Jun 2015
The immediate denial of any issues with approvals by the Queensland government raises questions as to what Adani is trying to accomplish
Softly, softly, India's influence rises in crude oilRediff.com15 Jun 2015
Saudis are interested in expanding their relationship with India, given it is becoming the main driver of crude demand growth in Asia
India's coal, power sectors need change in mindsetRediff.com19 Mar 2014
The economy can't grow without increasing electrification, which requires more power plants, and given coal is the cheapest form of fuel and is abundant, it makes sense that India is looking to boost the use of the fuel.