Tagged With Decarbonisation
Championing the oil sands
9 May 2022
Canadian Natural’s chief is comfortable with his firm’s bet on the controversial resource
Canada wrestles with a produce more/emit less paradox
5 May 2022
The requirement to cut the upstream industry’s carbon footprint places a chokehold on growth ambitions
Energy transition to transform Asian refining
18 March 2022
The move away from fossil fuels will cap refinery capacity expansion in Asia-Pacific, but petrochemical demand gives the sector options
Decarbonising shipping: Where are we now?
23 February 2022
Regulators have yet to force the sector to decarbonise, but larger shipping lines and operators are planning for a low-carbon future
Social licence needed in a decarbonising world
28 January 2022
Oil and gas producers can become part of the solution. But only if they can maintain, or regain, public trust
CER provides narrow view of Canada’s oil production future
21 December 2021
The worst possible future for the country’s oil producers goes underexplored in scenario planning
US industry and government must work together on abandoned wells
9 December 2021
Dealing with end-of-life oil and gas wells has costs and challenges. But a joined-up approach should also offer benefits
Oil sands producers keep the reins tight
23 November 2021
No extravagant spending is planned ahead of a capital-intensive push towards a lower carbon footprint
LNG industry urges carbon offset caution
10 November 2021
The sector must curb emissions, not merely rely on offsets
Cop26 leaders back South Africa’s energy transition
2 November 2021
An international partnership will support the country’s decarbonisation plans, world leaders announced at the Cop26 conference on Tuesday
Letter from Canada: Under siege oil sands pledge support for emissions cuts
28 October 2021
Critics highlight that the energy sector needs to accelerate decarbonisation if Canada is to meet its climate goals
Beijing strives to balance security and decarbonisation
15 October 2021
The ongoing global energy crunch underlines the difficult task facing China’s leaders in balancing energy supply security while reaching net zero in the next 40 years
Greenpeace makes further UK anti-oil protest after court defeat
12 October 2021
The beleaguered E&P sector can breathe easier after legal ruling against the environmental NGO. But it has taken its message directly to the heart of the political establishment
Letter from China: Beijing’s stability focus threatens climate goals
22 September 2021
The Chinese government’s renewed focus on centralised control and economic pressure may undermine decarbonisation efforts
PDO outlines stiff 2030 emissions targets
22 September 2021
Beyond a flashy pledge of long-term carbon-neutrality lie some meaningful medium-term goals that could substantially speed up Muscat’s lagging decarbonisation efforts
Letter from Canada: Kenney gives Alberta a clean energy image problem
21 September 2021
The home of Canada’s oil and gas sector is seeking to reposition itself but is being hamstrung by the record of its provincial government
Letter from London: Shipowners propose carbon levy
8 September 2021
Trade association the ICS is trying to take the initiative and steer the industry’s decarbonisation on its own course
Letter from the Middle East: UAE mulls going net zero
19 August 2021
The hydrocarbons producer could look to unlock certain benefits by being in the regional low-carbon vanguard
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