Tagged With Shell
Oil majors pile into Scottish offshore wind tender
22 July 2021
Scotwind tender draws 74 bids amid strong competition for North Sea project rights
Mission net zero – part one: costs
19 July 2021
First in three-part Transition Economist series looks at the cost of the global energy transition and the magnitude of the work required
UK Acorn CCS project signs up St Fergus gas terminals
16 July 2021
Boost for Scottish CCS cluster as it lines up SEGAL and FUKA gas processing terminals as first CCS customers
World must use less energy – Dudley
17 June 2021
Energy consumers must travel less and move to electric vehicles, according to the former BP CEO
Energy firms face rising tide of climate lawsuits – Verisk
28 May 2021
Dutch court ruling against Shell will embolden climate activists as focus shifts from governments to corporations
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
Dutch court rules Shell must cut emissions
27 May 2021
Ruling orders major to reduce carbon emissions by 45pc by 2030 from 2019 levels
Shell’s shareholders approve climate strategy
19 May 2021
Resolution that would have required the firm to do more on near-term targets was rejected
Dutch government backs North Sea Porthos CCS project
11 May 2021
FID expected this year as developers target 2024 startup for one of world’s largest CCS projects
Shell submits net-zero plan to shareholders
15 April 2021
Decarbonisation targets are linked to the remuneration of Shell employees
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
Blockchain holds the answer to transition challenges
9 March 2021
Shell’s blockchain lead Sabine Brink speaks to Transition Economist about how distributed ledger technologies can facilitate the energy transition
Necessity drives Iraq’s decarbonisation plans
25 February 2021
Chronic, acute power shortages are spurring efforts to develop renewables and capture flared gas
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
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
Majors making progress on methane emissions
5 February 2021
ExxonMobil is the latest to announce progress on tackling upstream emissions of the potent greenhouse gas, and many are strengthening their commitments
Oil majors face credit downgrades amid rising investor pressure
27 January 2021
S&P has placed 13 IOCs, including ExxonMobil and Shell, on negative watch, while investment giant BlackRock warns of ‘tectonic shift’