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SAF ‘most viable solution’ for aviation in short term – Shell
24 November 2022
The oil major aims to scale up SAF production in effort to decarbonise aviation, with hydrogen a potential fuel for larger aircraft or SAF feedstock in long-term
SAF ‘most viable solution’ for aviation in short term – Shell
24 November 2022
The oil major aims to scale up SAF production to help the aviation industry decarbonise
Linde and SLB partner on CCUS
31 October 2022
The firms plan to focus on CCUS for natural gas processing, as well as hydrogen and ammonia production
Global carbon emissions set to rise in 2022 – IEA
19 October 2022
World on course for 33.8bn t of CO₂ emissions this year, but major deployments of renewables and EVs have slowed rate of increase
US opens first California offshore wind auction
19 October 2022
First lease sale on the west coast to be held in December
BP announces $4.1bn Archaea acquisition
18 October 2022
The oil major aims to expand its presence in the US biogas industry
Orsted drops out of Taiwanese offshore wind tender
3 October 2022
Unfavourable regulation and inflationary pressure behind developer’s decision not to bid in upcoming 3GW tender
BP and Hertz to develop North American EV charging network
27 September 2022
The oil major’s charging subsidiary will support Hertz’s growing EV fleet
UK launches net-zero review
27 September 2022
Former energy minister to lead review into net-zero strategy, with a focus on energy security and economic growth
Canada and UAE back clean shipping fuel plans
23 September 2022
The Clean Energy Marine Hubs Initiative aims to link up decarbonisation efforts between ports, shipping and energy
Shell and Mitsui partner on Asian CCS
9 September 2022
The firms will explore technical and commercial feasibility of CCS projects in Asia-Pacific, as well as options for shipping CO₂
UK aims to decouple renewables from gas
8 September 2022
New prime minister Liz Truss proposes CfDs for existing renewables and nuclear as part of package to tackle energy affordability crisis and provide long-term security of supply
GE loses right to sell Haliade-X turbines in US
8 September 2022
Rival turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa wins injunction based on patent infringement, with exceptions for projects already underway
New UK PM deprioritises climate
7 September 2022
Leadership campaign and recent appointment of a climate-change sceptic to lead on energy brief indicate a potential deceleration of the energy transition
CCS unfit for net zero – Ieefa
2 September 2022
Track record for operating and failed CCS projects indicates perverse incentives to continue or increase emissions, according to Ieefa report
Developers stay on course for Taiwanese offshore wind
18 August 2022
Despite geopolitical tensions and stringent localisation requirements, companies are gearing up for an upcoming offshore wind development tender
Western turbine firms in the doldrums
17 August 2022
US and European manufacturers face continued losses up to 2024 due to dwindling orders, project delays and cost inflation
Orsted optimistic despite rocky Q2
11 August 2022
Net loss on Gazprom contract has eaten into the Danish company’s quarterly profits, but it still expects an increase in full-year earnings amid renewables success
US onshore wind hits post-PTC slump
29 July 2022
Second-quarter onshore wind installations fell 78pc year-on-year amid uncertainty around the extension of tax credits and rising costs
US explores offshore wind in Gulf of Mexico
26 July 2022
The government has opened a public consultation on over 730,000 acres proposed for wind energy development offshore Texas and Louisiana
UK launches critical minerals strategy
22 July 2022
Government plans to diversify supply chains and boost domestic production, refining, recovery and recycling of metals key to the energy transition
Sizewell C passes planning milestone
21 July 2022
EDF expects to take FID on the nuclear project next year
Denmark invests in biomass pyrolysis for carbon removal
7 July 2022
Startup aims to store emissions from waste crops as solid biochar
UK awards subsidies to 11GW of renewables
7 July 2022
Offshore wind beats onshore wind and solar projects as the cheapest source of power awarded
UK launches consultation on greenhouse gas removal policy
6 July 2022
The government is leaning towards introducing a contract scheme for negative emissions
GE loses US patent dispute with Siemens Gamesa
30 June 2022
Recent ruling against GE could hobble offshore wind profits in the US, but uncertainty remains over the possibility of further litigation in other markets
Shell to explore CCS in China with ExxonMobil and Cnooc
28 June 2022
The three oil firms have partnered with the provincial government of Guangdong to assess options for a 10mn t/yr CCS hub in Daya Bay
Floating offshore wind pipeline grows to 85GW
22 June 2022
Deployment will take off first in the UK, France, South Korea, Japan and Norway, report says
Equinor and SSE award Keadby 3 CCS Feed contract
16 June 2022
Facility could be the first power station in the UK to be fitted with carbon-capture technology
Shell bids for Polish offshore wind
15 June 2022
The oil major joins a growing list of energy firms looking to develop offshore wind in the Polish Baltic Sea
India to auction 12GW offshore wind by mid-decade
14 June 2022
The country plans to begin bidding process for first blocks offshore Tamil Nadu this year
Orsted to develop CCS for biomass power plants
13 June 2022
Danish energy company plans to capture 400,000t/yr of carbon from CHP plant operations in addition to emissions from industrial partners by 2025
Biden waives tariffs on Asian solar modules
8 June 2022
Low domestic production capacity means imports from Asia will be critical to US solar growth
Siemens Energy offers €4bn for SGRE takeover
23 May 2022
The German technology firm plans to take struggling wind turbine manufacturer Siemens Gamesa into full ownership
EDF revises Hinkley Point C cost by £3bn
20 May 2022
The first UK nuclear project under construction in decades also sees its startup date slip to 2027
UK opens £120mn nuclear fund
13 May 2022
Fund aims to kickstart projects and attract private investment
Orsted to trial offshore wind-to-reef initiative in Taiwan
11 May 2022
Reefing offshore installations could improve ocean biodiversity but faces regulatory obstacles in the US and Europe
US advances offshore wind on both coasts
28 April 2022
Boem will open calls for information on a combined 5.1mn acres along the east coast and offshore the state of Oregon
GE installs first French offshore wind turbine
14 April 2022
France’s first commercial offshore wind turbine has been installed at the Saint-Nazaire project
Ikea unlocks renewable power purchasing for suppliers
13 April 2022
Home furnishings giant aims for 100pc renewable energy consumption throughout its value chain
Renewables on high alert for cyber risk
12 April 2022
Two wind turbine manufacturers have faced cyberattacks this year amid heightened risk for the wider energy sector
Climeworks secures $650mn to scale up direct air capture
7 April 2022
Swiss startup aims for megaton capacity by 2030
Wind turbine O&M a bright spot for struggling manufacturers
1 April 2022
Turbine makers see margins in excess of 20pc from operations and maintenance, but these could dwindle with ageing assets and expansion into multibrand servicing
Ukib to focus on energy security and net zero – Sunak
21 March 2022
The UK treasury-owned bank must balance investments between energy security and long-term decarbonisation, says finance minister
Energy firms reluctant to cut Russian gas
4 March 2022
European utilities are divesting from some Russian interests, but decisions on gas supply will require new sanctions
TotalEnergies aims to develop US offshore wind on both coasts
2 March 2022
Following a successful bid in a New York auction, the major has bought bidding partner EnBW’s North American portfolio
Russian invasion of Ukraine fuels crisis in energy sector
25 February 2022
Sanctions and spiking electricity and gas prices present new challenges for Europe’s utilities
UK researchers break nuclear fusion record
10 February 2022
Joint European Torus project achieves new high in sustained energy from the process
UK to hold annual renewables auction
9 February 2022
New schedule will start from next year as the UK seeks to bolster low-carbon power generation
UK opens ‘call for ideas’ on low-carbon fuel strategy
8 February 2022
The country’s transport department aims to assess economic and environmental impact of increasing supply and demand
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