The world’s energy consumption will change “profoundly” if it is to meet the Paris Agreement goals, Wood Mackenzie has said in a new report.
Semco Maritime has nominated former-Vattenfall boss Gunnar Groebler to join its board of directors.
British-Dutch oil major Shell published its Energy Transition Strategy today.
West Africa is fertile ground for minigrid developments but companies must co-operate to broaden energy access successfully.
Commodities trader Trafigura has formally opened a carbon trading desk, the Singapore-headquartered company reported, as it ventures into the expanding global offset market.
Blue hydrogen will be fundamental in kick starting the establishment of a “hydrogen economy” in the UK, an industry expert has said.
A Scottish green energy supply chain firm is in contention to win a prestigious climate change award for its efforts to promote a circular economy.
Sasol has launched plans to take a major step into the production of green hydrogen, both domestically in South Africa and in Germany.
Australia’s Origin Energy is progressing its export-scale liquid hydrogen project after signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Port of Townsville to collaborate on the potential expansion of the port, as well as the development of a liquefaction facility, new berth and associated infrastructure.
Japan and the UAE have signed a hydrogen cooperation deal aimed at accelerating bilateral support for an international hydrogen supply chain.
A groundbreaking new tidal turbine manufactured in Dundee is to be launched from the city’s port next week.
Puma Energy has equipped 14 of its sites in Ghana with solar power, with total capacity of 422 kWp.
Sasol is seeking suppliers to provide it with renewable energy at its South African operations.
BlackRock and Temasek have agreed to launch a series of investment funds focused on advancing decarbonization solutions to accelerate global efforts to achieve net zero by 2050.
Europe ploughed more than £37billion (€43bn) of investment into new wind farm projects in 2020, led by the UK, according to analysis.
Japan’s Toho gas is the latest Japanese company to receive a liquefied natural gas (LNG) cargo that has had its emissions offset by carbon dioxide (CO2) credits. Significantly, the Nagoya-based gas company has pledged to buy more carbon neutral LNG after receiving its first shipment on 8 April.
Heerema Marine Contractors has signed a contract with Singapore's Sembcorp Marine to carry out work at a North Sea wind farm.
Scottish Engineering (SE) is today launching a net-zero skills support programme for the sector in Scotland.
Electrolyser manufacturer ITM Power has given an update on the Green Hydrogen for Glasgow project, alongside partners ScottishPower and BOC.
The deployment of biomass with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) at Drax Power Station could save the UK billions of pounds over the coming decade.
A local campaign group has raised concerns about plans to install a giant power cable between Shetland and the Scottish mainland, after a similar project hit difficulties.
With revenues projected to reach nearly $4 trillion this year alone, the chemicals sector plays a significant role in the global economy – resulting in an equally significant environmental footprint. As the largest industrial consumer of both oil and gas, and the third largest contributor of global greenhouse gas emissions, the sector has rightfully earned its ‘hard to abate’ title.
The final push for the world’s largest floating wind farm off Aberdeen is underway, with a giant foundation making the first leg of its journey.
Engineering and consulting giant Wood has entered into a framework agreement for green hydrogen projects with Norway-based NEL Hydrogen.
Renewable energy developer SSE Renewables is celebrating first power from one of its new onshore wind farms.