The UK government must bring forward by a decade its ban on the sale of the most polluting cars if it wants to even come close to its climate change goals, new analysis showed.
Maersk Drilling has set a new target to cut emissions from its operations by 50% within the decade.
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The British public wants government to play a bigger role in tackling climate change, including bringing forward a ban on diesel and gasoline cars and taxing frequent fliers.
Young activists including Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg have met German Chancellor Angela Merkel to press their demands for tougher action to curb climate change.
Climate Ready Aberdeenshire (CRA) has appointed oil and gas veteran Sam Long as the new chair of its steering group.
Up to 15% of UK North Sea platforms could be reused for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology, according to new analysis from Boston Consulting Group (BCG).
Petrofac is working on a “more aggressive” approach to replace its climate targets which are “well out of date”, according to a UK boss.
Plummeting carbon emissions and big government spending—two of the defining narratives of 2020 so far—could create an unprecedented opportunity for the world to meet the goals enshrined in the 2015 Paris climate change agreement, according to the International Energy Agency.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has announced targets to reduce its direct and indirect emissions by 40% by 2030.
The rise of clean tech such as renewables, electric cars and climate policies could cut global fossil fuel profits by two thirds, a report warns.
Key international climate talks postponed as the result of the pandemic will now take place in the UK in November 2021, a year later than scheduled, it has been announced.
The European Union proposed making its climate-neutrality strategy a key pillar of a 750 billion-euro ($824 billion) recovery plan in a bid to boost economic growth and create new jobs.
The chief executives of 12 major oil and gas firms have written an open letter saying the Covid-19 pandemic won't delay climate action but has instead "sharpened" the focus on it.
Australia is seeking to cut emissions in one of the world’s biggest per-capita polluters by encouraging oil firms including Chevron Corp. and Woodside Petroleum Ltd. to invest in carbon-reduction projects.
More investment in broadband instead of building roads should be part of a "green" package of measures to rebuild the economy, climate advisers have urged.
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has denied that it plans to support the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP).
Energy giant Shell has revealed its ambition to transform into a “net-zero emissions business” by 2050, at the latest.
A key climate summit in Glasgow has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Don’t count on America’s oil giants to join their rivals across the pond in ambitious efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions.
A Bill has been introduced at Holyrood with the aim of furthering the development of community heating networks.
In the new age of sustainability, there are plenty of companies pledging to offset emissions in the race for net zero. While certainly an improvement over past years when a pledge to do 10% better was the standard, the trend has triggered skepticism that greenwashing is really what’s at work.
BP’s UK offshore business remains “vital” to the group, its North Sea boss said at the end of a momentous week for the supermajor, which set out ambitious emissions goals.
BP Plc’s pledge to zero out all its carbon emissions by 2050 deepens the divide between major European and American oil producers on climate change, increasing the pressure for Exxon Mobil Corp. and Chevron Corp. to do more.
Even before the deadly virus struck, another menace confronted the global energy industry: the warmest winter anyone can remember.