Over 200 energy industry leaders gathered in Aberdeen today as Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) held its first ever decarbonisation conference.
The UK’s offshore regulator is consulting on new plans to drive upstream electrification, warning producers that failure to invest could affect its granting of future consents.
A senior executive at Norway’s sovereign wealth fund, which owns a larger share of global stocks than any other investor, says Big Oil’s transition strategy isn’t holding up as carbon emissions continue to rise.
The world-famous Danish toy brand Lego will continue to use oil-based plastics in its signature bricks as it found the alternative caused higher carbon emissions.
President Xi Jinping has promised a slow and steady end to the growth of planet-warming emissions in China, with energy security taking top priority as the country contends with a flagging economy and tumult on global fuel markets.
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Neptune Energy has announced it aims to store more carbon than it emits from its operations and the products it sells by 2030.
COP26 is expected to have a carbon footprint twice as large as the previous summit on climate change, making it the most carbon-intensive summit of its kind.
Boris Johnson will urge leaders of the world's biggest economies to make good on their commitments to cut damaging carbon emissions ahead of crucial climate changes talks in Glasgow.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could have a “material impact” on the carbon emissions of liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, according to analysts.
Oil and gas faces an existential crisis as global efforts to reduce carbon emissions gather strength and pace. In this new paradigm, definition and assessment of risk is critical.
Less than 15% of the $2.4 trillion in government spending to support the post-pandemic economic recovery has gone to investments in clean energy, according to the International Energy Agency.
The UK government has announced that UK carbon emissions are to be cut by 78% by 2035. Achieving this requires businesses of all sizes to make substantial changes in reducing their emissions and offsetting what cannot practicably be reduced.
Cheniere Energy has set out plans to provide greenhouse gas emissions data from its LNG cargoes as of 2022.
The chief operating officer of Maersk Drilling thinks companies like his taking “skin in the game” will be the future of the sector, moving away from commercial deals that put most of the risk on operators.
Three years after some of the world’s biggest investors joined forces to pressure the largest producers of greenhouse gases to cut emissions, about half of them have made net-zero commitments.
The Scottish Government has been praised for “raising the stakes” in the fight against climate change after it published updated proposals to slash carbon emissions.
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The CEO of Brewdog has entered into a public spat with BP over its carbon emissions, comparing the energy giant to “Darth Vader”.
Scottish energy firm SSE has joined the “Race To Zero” campaign, pledging to reduce its carbon emissions to net zero by 2050 at the latest.
Two leading energy providers have partnered up to try and reduce emissions from heating in UK homes and other buildings.
Japan set an ambitious pledge for becoming carbon neutral by 2050 on Monday, without laying out a clear plan for reaching its target.
South Africa’s subsidy support for Sasol is inefficient and fails to achieve what it sets out to do, namely protect consumers from price shocks, according to the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD).
During the past four years, Vittorio Borelli spent about 50 million euros ($58 million) buying equipment for his company’s ceramic-making facility in northern Italy. New gas-fired kilns slashed the time necessary to heat porcelain at more than 1,000 degrees Celsius, saving energy and reducing carbon emissions.
Maersk Drilling has set a new target to cut emissions from its operations by 50% within the decade.