Sinopec aims to massively expand its hydrogen refuelling network as the state-owned oil giant, which has the potential to become one of the world’s largest hydrogen producers, attempts to carve out a role in China’s transition to cleaner energy.
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Majors, such as BP, Total and Shell, as well as Asian national oil companies (NOCs), are stepping up their investments in India’s rapidly expanding gas and renewables markets.
The U.S. oil and gas industry should embrace “huge opportunities” in producing and transporting hydrogen, with the potential for that cutting-edge energy source to fuel long-haul trucks and supply power globally, presidential climate envoy John Kerry said Tuesday.
India, once the center of global oil demand growth, expects its fuel consumption to bounce back during the coming year as the nation recoups the losses caused by Covid-19.
“It gives me a bit more confidence”, says Wood graduate Sebastian Eunson, “working for a company that is investing in different industries”.
For a successful energy transition, the world needs the oil and gas industry, with its considerable financial clout, to weigh in.
The testing, inspection and certification firm at the centre of the north-east Brazilian Covid scare has spoken out about the unfolding health crisis.
NOCs are not immune from the challenges posed by changing attitudes to energy, driving shifts to enter new business areas and operate more efficiently.
Chariot Oil & Gas has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Moroccan industry minister to position the company’s Anchois project as a local gas provider.
Islamist insurgents, Mozambique government forces and a South African private military company are all involved in human rights abuses in Cabo Delgado, according to Amnesty International.
Scotland’s National Clinical Director has confirmed the trio who tested positive in Aberdeen for the Brazilian Covid variant worked in oil and gas.
Hurricane Energy today dashed hopes that it could boost production from its Lancaster field, west of Shetland, with a new well in 2021.
One of the north-east’s leading business figures, George Yule, has joined newly rebranded Banchory firm Scotgrip International and acquired an 18% stake in the business as it eyes overseas markets for new growth opportunities.
Baker Hughes and Akastor ASA have announced plans to form a joint venture company to provide global offshore drilling solutions.
Clyde Training Solutions are pleased to announce a key appointment to its client relations service provision and key appointments to its senior management team as it continues to expand its service offering to the Maritime, Offshore and Renewables industries.
The Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) has launched an international tender process for a floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) as Sri Lanka aims to start importing liquefied natural gas (LNG).
France’s Total will join FueLNG - a joint venture between Keppel O&M and Anglo-Dutch major Shell - and Pavilion Energy, as a licensed LNG bunkering provider at the port of Singapore.
Chevron has spilled an unknown quantity of oil from one of its pipes, at the Dumai Port in Riau, Indonesia, that is used to ship hydrocarbons from its Rokan Block.
Three of the north-east’s top oil and gas industry training providers share their insights on the challenges created by the Covid-19 pandemic and energy transition with emeritus editor Jeremy Cresswell.
The pandemic has made the task of finding “positive destinations” for young people more difficult than ever.
Rishi Sunak is expected to give north-east energy firms a £30-million-plus boost at Wednesday’s Budget.
Exxon Mobil appointed activist investor Jeff Ubben and former Comcast Corp. executive Michael Angelakis to its board following investor criticism of the oil giant for its environmental record and poor financial performance.
EnQuest said today that work to halt production from the Dons fields in the UK North Sea had begun.
An oil boss has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for conspiring with others to bribe public officials to secure lucrative oil contracts in post-war Iraq.
UK oil and gas firm Tailwind Energy intends to install a second pipeline to increase production from the Gannet E field in the UK central North Sea.