Tagged With Gas
War adds impetus to Europe’s gas decarbonisation
20 June 2022
Gas businesses have embraced the acceleration of decarbonisation prompted by the Ukraine war but are concerned about the feasibility of new targets—especially for hydrogen
Asian nations must avoid gas infrastructure – Carbon Tracker
11 April 2022
Vietnam, South Korea and Japan must invest now in transitioning their power infrastructure away from natural gas to reach net zero by 2050, says think tank
War drives ‘small acceleration’ in Europe’s transition
6 April 2022
Share of renewables in Europe’s energy mix rises as the continent turns away from Russian gas imports, DNV modelling shows
SSE rules out fossil fuel divestment in transition
30 March 2022
UK energy company will retain unabated gas-fired power plants to support security of supply as it expands renewable portfolio, according to new net-zero transition strategy
EU must drop gas from green taxonomy proposal – MEPs
17 March 2022
European Parliament members say inclusion of gas in green finance taxonomy undermines response to invasion of Ukraine
RWE questions role of gas in transition
15 March 2022
German utility is reviewing its fuel options for new generation capacity as the Ukraine war hits energy markets with full force, CEO Markus Krebber says
Europe faces transition trade-offs amid Russian crisis
9 March 2022
More use of coal-fired power is likely in the short term, while new North Sea projects are not the answer, ETC chair Adair Turner tells Transition Economist
EU plans to pivot from Russian gas
9 March 2022
Switch to renewables and hydrogen aims to displace demand for Russian gas well before 2030
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
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
Uniper to spend €500mn on green businesses in 2022
24 February 2022
Germany energy company anticipates key role in hydrogen economy and is ready to invest in new gas-fired power plants, CEO Klaus-Dieter Maubach says
UK low-carbon heating bubbles under
28 January 2022
The UK faces challenges on multiple fronts in its effort to decarbonise domestic heating
Japan’s power costs could double by 2030 – Wood Mackenzie
11 January 2022
Options for provision of dispatchable power to replace fossil fuels remain very expensive across Asia-Pacific, consultant says
ECB warns of energy transition inflation risk
11 January 2022
Gas supply imbalances and rising carbon prices could cause persistent pressure on consumer prices, ECB executive board member warns
EU says nuclear and gas are green
4 January 2022
Germany and other member states criticise European Commission proposals to include nuclear in sustainable finance taxonomy
EU warns of energy price impact on transition
21 December 2021
Commission urges against knee-jerk policy reactions as record energy prices make transition more abrupt and difficult
New Dutch government pledges €35bn transition fund
16 December 2021
The incoming Dutch government will throw much more weight behind green energy, but also supports North Sea gas exploration and nuclear power
EU carbon prices surge to record levels
8 December 2021
Number of investment funds active in EU ETS market up 50pc in 2021, exchange data shows
Outlook 2022: Profiting from the transition
1 December 2021
The shift to lower-carbon energy may disrupt legacy business models but will also present major opportunities for many oil and gas companies
Jordan eyes renewable power exports
25 November 2021
As wind and solar power capacity have ramped up impressively, the government is mulling ways to maximise its returns
Faster switch to clean methanol needed
17 November 2021
Industry must accelerate development of green and blue production routes as transport sector demand rises, conference speakers say
Turboden sees big potential for ORC in US gas sector
11 November 2021
Technology can cut emissions and raise energy efficiency at hundreds of US compressor stations
Emissions goals imply 2.4°C global warming – Climate Action Tracker
10 November 2021
Cop26 talks fail to gain enough momentum on strengthening inadequate 2030 targets, says climate analysis consortium
Strong policy push needed to reduce oil and gas demand
14 October 2021
Mismatch between tightening supply and continued demand will result in continued volatility unless action taken on demand side, says IEA report
Geopolitics smooths Iraq’s energy transition
5 July 2021
International interest in reducing Iraq’s dependence on Iranian gas imports is unlocking finance for renewables and flare-gas capture projects
US oil and gas sector weighs transition options
25 June 2021
Carbon capture and hydrogen high on agenda, but good returns from hydrocarbons still a priority
BP boss defends ‘bold’ net-zero transition strategy
23 June 2021
Oil major on track to meet 2025 renewables target and will grow earnings from oil despite production cuts
US renewables developers snap up grid-ready sites to beat congestion
23 June 2021
New entrants face lengthy applications and obligation to invest in system
Oil and gas firms need scale to win over transition doubters
17 June 2021
Lower rates of return and competition for assets pose challenges as producers and traders seek to scale up in renewables
PE Live: Oil and gas skills fundamental to transition
15 June 2021
Many skills transferable but redeployment of staff from fossil fuel business also requires new approach to learning
US drought hits hydropower production
10 June 2021
Rising natural gas demand could provide sustained hit to state decarbonisation plans
Cerulean tables £10bn offshore wind farm to electrify UKCS
3 June 2021
Project designed to curb offshore emissions ahead of target and power large-scale green hydrogen production
Spending on clean energy must ramp up – IEA
2 June 2021
Fossil fuels still account for 43pc of energy spending, with same proportion expected for next year, the agency says
Eni, Total and BP have clearest climate plans
28 May 2021
League table of large oil and gas firms show Europe leads US on climate targets and disclosure
UK oil and gas workforce can transition – report
25 May 2021
Many jobs in more decarbonised 2030 workforce have a large degree of overlap with current roles
German industry criticises gas omission from EU green taxonomy
23 April 2021
Uncertainty over green status of natural gas in the EU could hamper investment
The big choices for oil and gas in navigating the energy transition
15 April 2021
As oil and gas companies respond to the current economic discontinuities, they must choose how to compete as the world transitions to a low-carbon future
Shell submits net-zero plan to shareholders
15 April 2021
Decarbonisation targets are linked to the remuneration of Shell employees
Oil prices to crash in 2°C world – Wood Mackenzie
15 April 2021
Mass electrification of the transport sector will lead to dramatically falling levels of oil demand
Oil and gas firms look to big data to meet carbon challenge
15 April 2021
Sharing data will help firms integrate solar, wind and gas offerings
Rethinking the levelised cost of energy
31 March 2021
The market appears to be factoring in the decline of capacity factors for conventional energy assets
The great run of US natural gas faces storage challenge
8 March 2021
Further growth in the consumption of natural gas will need to overcome the trend for renewables paired with power grid storage
India makes progress on gas transition
5 March 2021
Falling gas prices could help India to reduce its reliance on coal, while it gradually roll outs 450GW of renewables by 2030
The Texas power disaster and the end of energy ideology
23 February 2021
The Lone Star State will need to think hard about whether it wants to maintain an independent electricity grid following the devastating failure last week
Israel raises its renewables sights
22 February 2021
Government is now in a race to meet newly ambitious clean energy targets
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
Outlook Live: Governments key to unleashing O&G transition effort
10 February 2021
Regulators must provide a stable framework for oil and gas companies to invest, if their expertise is to be fully utilised
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
Biden moves fast on climate plan
28 January 2021
The president has signed a series of executive orders to advance his climate policies, but Senate Republicans remain an obstacle
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