Author: Che Golden
No magic bullet to get us to net-zero carbon—IP Week
24 February 2021
Too much weight is being put on CCS and offsets to decarbonise the energy sector
IOCs must clarify strategies to retain investors – IP Week
23 February 2021
Investors are nervous about energy companies’ ability to chart a path through complexity to zero-carbon future
Lithium price surge fuels mining innovation
22 February 2021
Demand from electric vehicle manufacturers and potential to provide batteries for renewables-powered grids ensures demand remains high
Collaboration key to O&G renewables push
16 February 2021
Renewables companies have enough capital without IOC investment, and collaboration as well as M&As will be vital for IOC looking to gain marketshare
Shell’s van Beurden reassures investors on climate pledges
12 February 2021
CEO says reducing emissions will not hamper upstream operations and future profitability lies in working more closely with customers
Shell fleshes out zero-carbon timeline
11 February 2021
Revenue from oil and gas will be needed to pay for its transition into a greener company
Total’s transition strategy starts to bear fruit
10 February 2021
French major recorded a loss for the pandemic-hit year but made important advances in renewables
Shell Q4 results seal dismal year
8 February 2021
Steep losses from the oil crash of 2020 were expected and eyes have already turned to renewables strategy
BP committed to transition pathway, despite loss
4 February 2021
CEO Bernard Looney is confident the business is bouncing back from pandemic impact even though profitable renewables projects remain hard to source
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
CCS could be ‘trillion-dollar industry’ – Baker Hughes AM 2021
2 February 2021
Developing carbon capture and storage will be essential to the oil and gas industry remaining relevant
Energy-based geopolitics could spur new cold war – Baker Hughes AM 2021
1 February 2021
US and China appear to be on a collision course, as the global economic power balance shifts
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