Tagged With Energy transition
Southeast Asian NOCs plot divergent transition strategies
27 June 2022
The three most prominent NOCs in Southeast Asia will play to their individual strengths as they seek to decarbonise, with each company looking to capitalise on opportunities in their local markets
African institutions plan energy project bank
23 May 2022
Continent’s leaders attempt to insulate oil and gas projects from changing investment landscape
Three key hurdles for Vietnam’s LNG-to-power sector
16 May 2022
Tariffs, location and bureaucracy are obstacles to be overcome to drive greater use of gas in Vietnam’s power sector
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
Shell Canada makes its licence-to-operate case
27 April 2022
The subsidiary is in lockstep with its parent in the IOC-to-IEC pivot
Letter from Canada: Alberta makes energy promises it cannot keep
11 April 2022
Production capacity and infrastructure do not match province’s rhetoric
Tokenisation offers new path to the energy transition
30 March 2022
Tokenisation can play a key role in the growth of blockchain applications in the energy transition by enabling the recording and representation of assets such as carbon and renewable power certificates
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
Outlook 2022: The rise of rights-based claims in climate change disputes
20 January 2022
Governments but also, increasingly, corporates could face suits with far-reaching material implications for their futures
Outlook 2022: The greening of hydrocarbons
19 January 2022
A lower-carbon future will still involve fossil fuels
Letter from India: Will gas be crucial to India’s energy transition?
4 January 2022
New Delhi has announced a greater role for gas in India’s energy mix but must focus on E&P to meet rising demand
Outlook 2022: A ‘just’ energy transition for Africa
2 December 2021
The move towards a more sustainable energy mix must not penalise the continent
Outlook 2022: Russia plays catch-up
30 November 2021
The Eurasian giant has announced an aggressive decarbonisation plan while striving to relieve Europe’s power crunch
Outlook 2022: Middle East and Asia joined at the hip
29 November 2021
Greening strategies in the east are creating strong prospects for states to increase gas exports
Outlook 2022: A ‘just’ or ‘just in time’ transition for the UK North Sea?
25 November 2021
For over 200 hundred years, the world has relied on fossil fuels for affordable, reliable energy. How does it get to an economy based on greener energy without triggering an adverse reaction?
Outlook 2022: US bipartisanship and regional divergence
22 November 2021
The North American powerhouse will need to develop several energy transitions to green its economy, but has taken important baby steps
Outlook 2022: China’s mixed messages and changing paradigm
15 November 2021
The Asian giant may need to increase coal supply to outlast the winter, but it is clearly greening its long-term energy policy
Eliminating fossil fuel subsidies
9 November 2021
Increased fiscal pressures and net-zero carbon pledges should pave the way to permanently phase out subsidies
Letter from Africa: The path to net zero requires LNG
9 November 2021
Africa’s unique energy access challenges mean LNG will be an essential bridging fuel for the transition
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
Gas at the heart of Iraq’s transition
21 October 2021
While oil has grabbed the headlines for Iraq, tapping its gas potential could transform the country’s economic fortunes
Could Boris Johnson drop a Cop bombshell on UK oil and gas?
14 October 2021
Industry figures warn the quixotic British prime minister might choose Glasgow talks to make a grand gesture on the UKCS’ future
Petronas backs faster exploration
6 October 2021
The Malaysian NOC will continue with oil and gas exploration despite the energy transition, says CEO Tengku Muhammad Taufik
Gas price spike delivers trading volume record
5 October 2021
Exchange Ice reports a slew of new highs as traders try to navigate unprecedented TTF price levels
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
Book review: A brave new energy world ahead, but few answers
6 September 2021
Daniel Yergin’s new book offers a short but insightful history of key developments in the world of energy, but is less illuminating on the sector’s future prospects
Saudi Arabia looks positively to the future
18 May 2021
The president of Riyadh-based thinktank Kapsarc sees the Kingdom as well-positioned for the industry changes to come
Letter from Canada: Alberta concedes to energy transition
12 May 2021
The region’s hydrocarbons sector grudgingly accepts the inevitable rise of low-carbon energy, and the government is taking steps not to be left out
Generating value through digital transformation
20 April 2021
Oil and gas firms must consider several factors when addressing digital maturity
Biden tacks left on energy
28 July 2020
The Democratic candidate has a healthy lead heading towards the November US election and a manifesto that will strike fear into the heart of the shale patch
PE Live: OFSE sector should embrace the transition
22 May 2020
As the pace of the energy transition accelerates, oilfield companies are increasingly applying their engineering expertise to a more diverse range of applications
Demand doubts dampen investor sentiment
11 May 2020
Concerns over the long-term future of oil exercise US investors’ thinking
Energy transition no grounds for ‘culture war’
15 November 2019
The challenge of re-engineering the global energy system to meet or exceed Paris Agreement commitments is too important and too complex to be reduced to Right-Left squabbling
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