Tagged With Emissions
Outlook 2023: Building the path to a just energy transition
25 November 2022
With the right policies, security of supply should not be an opposing force to decarbonisation
Nuclear SMRs could decarbonise Canada’s oil sands sector
2 September 2022
But cost and commercialisation timeframes may prove a barrier to adoption
Letter from Canada: Federal government attempts emissions strategy
24 August 2022
Federal carbon pricing options may allow the central government to outflank provincial opposition
Independent producers’ scope three dilemma
17 August 2022
Is it enough for pureplay upstream firms to concentrate solely on emissions within their control?
LNG short-term liquidity goes into reverse
6 May 2022
Spot and short-term LNG trading have fallen sharply as concerns over price volatility and supply security make term contracts more attractive, says importers’ group Giignl
Carbon-neutral LNG poised for revival
5 April 2022
The drop in shipments is likely to be temporary
Greenwashing disputes on the rise
30 March 2022
Government enforcement actions and civil suits alleging greenwashing are increasing through a myriad of different laws, including securities regulations and consumer protection legislation
Western Canada’s inactive wells back in the spotlight
17 March 2022
Orphan wells are growing in number, but high oil prices may present a good opportunity to tackle the problem
Letter from Canada: Emission caps threaten output
22 February 2022
Canada’s lack of progress in meeting ambitious emission reduction goals is a particular threat to the country’s upstream oil and gas sector
Canada’s oil sands fight for their future
14 February 2022
A combination of material reductions in environmental footprint and better communication aims to safeguard the beleaguered industry for the long term
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
IEA calls for Canadian emissions reduction action
28 January 2022
The country’s oil and gas sector is a culprit in disappointing delivery despite good policymaking
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
Pureplay producer makes case for scope three absolution
16 June 2021
NCS operator Lundin is touting its ‘green’ Johan Sverdrup barrels. Its CEO argues that represents it doing its bit
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