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Carbon capture in the UK: risk considerations

Carbon capture, utilisation, and storage (CCUS) is set to play a vital role in the UK’s green industrial revolution to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and enable a net-zero economy by 2050.

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BP cheers Indonesia first at Tangguh LNG

BP (LON: BP) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with upstream regulator SKK Migas for Indonesia’s first enhanced gas recovery (EGR) and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) development. The EGR and CCUS scheme will be implemented at BP’s Tangguh liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.

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Petronas CEO talks up sustainable energy transition

Tengku Muhammad Taufik, chief executive of Malaysian national energy company Petronas, today told the Asia Future Energy conference, that the pathway to a sustainable energy system is not yet clear. Moreover, there will be many different paths to achieving a net-zero emissions energy system, he said.

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BP bags approval for $2bn Tangguh LNG expansion project

Indonesian upstream regulator SKK Migas has approved BP’s $2.04 billion plan to develop new gas fields in West Papua that will supply its Tangguh liquefied natural gas (LNG) export project. However, the UK supermajor will likely need Indonesia to finalise regulations around carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) before any expansion can take place.

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Pertamina courts ExxonMobil at East Natuna for oil development

Indonesian national oil company (NOC) Pertamina is doggedly pursuing US major ExxonMobil to help it develop oil resources at the giant East Natuna field in the disputed waters of the South China Sea. Development of the field faces huge technical, economic and geopolitical challenges, but Pertamina believes a gradual phased development, starting with oil could offer a solution.

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CCS is crucial for BP and Repsol investments in Indonesia

Proposed new regulations signal that the Indonesian government appears to have recognised the importance of supporting carbon capture and storage (CCS) schemes. Such regulations will be crucial to encourage major companies, such as BP and Repsol, to invest in significant new upstream production in Indonesia.

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Time to adjust and embrace new thinking

It’s fair to say 2020 has been an unprecedented year. Imagine how unlikely it would have seemed this time last year if someone had said wearing masks in a shop would now be essential, handshakes a distant memory and that we would need to brave the October chill outside the Chester Hotel and Dutch Mill to enjoy a drink?