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COP26

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A bumper year for AREG: 2021 in review

As AREG approaches its 20th anniversary supporting renewable energy projects and supply chain members transition from oil and gas to the renewable energy sector, there has been an increasing sense of urgency around climate change and the need to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, as well as widespread government and community interest around COP26 in November.

Opinion

Oil and gas dealmakers row against the tide

As the curtain falls on 2021, a year largely dominated by the three Cs – Covid, COP26 and Cambo – we’re seeing strong energy market fundamentals underpinned by high commodity prices which would usually signal greater optimism for the year ahead.

Opinion

Beyond COP26: A technology-driven future for Scotland

Developing and deploying technology at scale will help us achieve climate goals whilst fulfilling energy demand and, if done right, create jobs and export opportunities for Scotland.

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Securing energy supply to meet growing demand

Without any doubt, 2021 has been a better year than 2020 in the energy sector. It’s been a more progressive year and there are positive signs that the energy transition is gaining momentum.

Opinion

Africa needs gas to prosper, despite COP26 declarations

Perspective is everything. For climate activists, the recent pledge that more than 20 countries and financial institutions made to stop public financing for overseas fossil fuel projects was seen as a promising first step toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, one of the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Opinion

Big Oil and King Coal at COP26

Cut it whichever way you like, little genuine forward progress was made at COP26, in my opinion.  At best the outcomes are fragile.

Opinion

Rewiring the energy system

“If we are to successfully transition to the energy system of tomorrow, we cannot simply unplug from the energy system of today,” Adnoc CEO Dr Sultan Al Jaber warned the ADIPEC conference in Abu Dhabi this month.

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CMS: Hydrogen emerging as key post-COP26 solution

There were some welcome developments during COP26, not least the deal announced between the US and China to work together to limit global temperature rises to 1.5C, in line with the 2015 Paris Agreement.

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COP26 Scorecard: Here’s what you need to know

COP26 took fourteen days and some long nights of negotiations. It produced breakthrough pledges, a set of rules on carbon trading and some big aspirations that will have to be scrutinised against real action in the years ahead. Here’s what you need to know.