Author: Tom Young
Global emissions to rebound in 2021 – IEA
20 April 2021
Emerging markets are driving energy demand back to 2019 levels, with coal offsetting renewables growth
CCUS needs better credit rating visibility
16 April 2021
Assessments of firm’s ESG performance does not adequately take into account key technology, says panel
Shell submits net-zero plan to shareholders
15 April 2021
Decarbonisation targets are linked to the remuneration of Shell employees
Oil prices to crash in 2°C world – Wood Mackenzie
15 April 2021
Mass electrification of the transport sector will lead to dramatically falling levels of oil demand
Oil and gas firms look to big data to meet carbon challenge
15 April 2021
Sharing data will help firms integrate solar, wind and gas offerings
African countries must benefit from transition
14 April 2021
Renewables expertise must be improved on continent for economies to gain, says panel
DNV establishes guidelines for CCUS pipelines
8 April 2021
Standards will help with the construction of new infrastructure and repurposing of old pipelines
UK carbon intensity drops to new low
8 April 2021
Sunny and windy conditions combined with low demand over Easter reduced the need for fossil fuels in the energy mix
Occidental to utilise carbon dioxide in bioethylene plant
7 April 2021
US oil and gas firm to expand partnership with Cemvita Factory to commercialise process
Industry must lead way on UK jobs transition
30 March 2021
Firms are better placed than the government to know what skills will be needed in a low-carbon economy, says UK Onward
UK to support North Sea oil and gas transition
26 March 2021
State and industry to co-invest up to £16bn in developing hydrogen, CCUS and offshore electrification
Oil firms insist fossil fuels have a role in the transition
26 March 2021
Pivot from oil to gas and development of CCS will form initial part of firms’ decarbonisation strategies
Banks call for global rules on climate risk
25 March 2021
Common standards would help banks to factor climate risk into assessments and finance decarbonisation
Algeria has ‘excellent chance’ to capitalise on transition
24 March 2021
Massive solar potential and rapid PV rollout plan puts north African country in prime position for international clean energy deals
Oil and gas services firms pivot to renewables
19 March 2021
Companies respond to safeguard their businesses following the outperformance of renewables during the pandemic
Future looks bright for US solar
17 March 2021
Solar PV again made the greatest contribution to new capacity last year, and the probable extension of policy incentives will help the sector thrive
North Sea transition set to boost growth and jobs
12 March 2021
Jobs in hydrogen, wind and CCS can offset decline in oil and gas sector
India makes progress on gas transition
5 March 2021
Falling gas prices could help India to reduce its reliance on coal, while it gradually roll outs 450GW of renewables by 2030
Pressure mounts on US and China to present climate plans
3 March 2021
NGOs and business groups unite on need for action from the world’s two biggest economies ahead of Cop26 in Glasgow
Oil-dependent developing nations face huge shortfall
25 February 2021
The energy transition means that countries such as Nigeria and Ecuador will suffer falling revenue and need to start preparing a strategy
UK CCS clusters vie for first-phase funding
15 February 2021
Six clusters have been developed—but not all of them meet the ideal criteria for the initial round of state funding
Majors win big in UK’s latest offshore wind round
8 February 2021
BP and Total enter consortiums as part of a strategy to pivot towards renewables
Majors making progress on methane emissions
5 February 2021
ExxonMobil is the latest to announce progress on tackling upstream emissions of the potent greenhouse gas, and many are strengthening their commitments
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