Tagged With Decarbonisation
Carbon abatement cost debate evolves
14 September 2021
Previous analysis tended to neglect cross-measure interactions and simplify diminishing marginal returns
India’s green growth challenges
13 September 2021
Despite $1.2bn of additional investment, India could miss its 2022 renewable energy capacity target
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
Tech disruption could cut emissions rapidly – Rethink X
5 August 2021
Report envisions a far faster decarbonisation process than more conventional scenarios
What is the energy transition?
2 July 2021
The future of energy is about more than just the move from fossil fuels to renewable power. It involves the decarbonisation of all sectors of the economy
Turner sets roadmap for decarbonisation
28 April 2021
Former chair of UK Climate Change Committee lays out recommendations for reaching net zero
Everyone has a role to play in achieving net zero
1 April 2021
Contributions will be required from many sources—from people taking individual responsibility to the creation of economy-wide partnerships—if we are to achieve a sub-2°C outcome
Transition pioneer leads by example
18 March 2021
Baker Hughes was one of the first companies with substantial exposure to oil and gas to get serious about tackling its carbon footprint. Allyson Anderson Book speaks to Transition Economist about the progress made so far and the challenges that lie in its future
Rebrand accelerates Channoil Energy into net-zero era
11 March 2021
New name reflects a sharpened commitment to the energy transition—and the simultaneous launch of net-zero division takes things a step further. Net-Zero-Solution lead Vincent Couffon talks to Transition Economist as the consultancy embarks on its new strategy
Design of carbon markets is critical to success—CeraWeek
5 March 2021
While a global carbon price would be ideal, political reality means a regional and sectoral approach will be needed to make short- to medium-term progress
How JPMorgan Chase is pursuing a net-zero future
26 February 2021
Global head of sustainability and energy of global real estate Alec Saltikoff explains to Transition Economist how the US bank is pursuing its target
How majors can thrive in the age of transition – part three
8 February 2021
Oil and gas majors need to comprehensively reimagine their future, ending the central role played by fossil fuels and plastics in the economy globally. This installment examines medium-term strategies including broadening companies’ product portfolios
How majors can thrive in the age of transition – part two
5 February 2021
Oil and gas majors need to comprehensively reimagine their future, ending the central role played by fossil fuels and plastics in the economy globally. This instalment examines short-term strategies, including the preserving the social licence to operate
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
LNG’s future depends on value chain decarbonisation
14 January 2021
Coal-replacement has made a huge contribution to CO2 mitigation, but LNG’s social licence will increasingly depend on reducing its carbon profile
‘Sector coupling’ could help decarbonise at lower cost
5 January 2021
Electrification and sector coupling will be important components of the energy transition, if taxation is adjusted to create a level playing field
LNG market under increasing pressure
4 January 2021
Gas and renewables have both been resilient during the pandemic, but pressure to decarbonise will soon challenge gas and LNG
The future of energy is being pulled forward
31 December 2020
Changes that were already accelerating are intensifying