DNG Energy will work with Imperial Logistics to examine the use of LNG as a diesel alternative in South Africa.
Covid 19 has led to unprecedented market volatility and changing consumer demands. This coupled with digital transformation, energy transition and an intense geopolitical landscape. 2021 changed the face of the industry forever
Seplat Energy has appointed Emma FitzGerald as a non-executive director, who has previously worked at Shell and Puma Energy.
A wealth management firm has said it is “sceptical” that Engine No.1 can take “all of the credit” for the share price performance of ExxonMobil.
Petronas said yesterday that JPMorgan’s decision to exclude the Malaysian national oil company from its ESG Emerging Market Bond Index and ESG Asia Credit Index at the end of June 2021 is regrettable.
Malaysian national energy company Petronas and Indonesian counterpart Pertamina are on a watchlist for removal from JPMorgan’s emerging market bond index (EMBI) on environmental social governance (ESG) concerns, reported Reuters, citing a statement from the bank.
International banks are increasingly reluctant to commit to African projects, although domestic banks are growing with an eye on filling this gap.
Former Tullow Oil executives have launched their Afentra venture, focused on production up and down West Africa.
Securities litigation, long a prominent – and expensive – feature of jurisdictions such as the US, is increasingly emerging as a threat within the English litigation landscape.
AIM-listed Wentworth Resources’ production dipped in 2020, but revenue was largely flat and the company has upped its dividend.
Energean is on a path to transformation, with capital expenditure peaking in early 2022 and delivering – hopefully – 200,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day in 2023.
Trader Vitol sees its future in lying in the power sector, in a marked shift away from its oil roots.
Neptune Energy has been ranked among the best exploration and production (E&P) firms for environment, social and governance (ESG) and credit ratings.
As oil and gas faces a rise in climate activism, ESG concerns, and the need to raise its own profile as a pillar of the energy transition, investors are weighing the impact.
Recently I was briefing one of my fellow colleagues at KPMG ahead of a meeting with a Government Minister. He asked me about ESG reporting and as I marshalled my thoughts it came home to me just how critical reporting really is to progressing this agenda.
Tackling Africa’s energy access problems requires those involved to think of the entire system, rather than focusing simply on renewables.
As companies across virtually all sectors try to latch on to the sustainability bandwagon, some investors are sounding the alarm.
NOCs are not immune from the challenges posed by changing attitudes to energy, driving shifts to enter new business areas and operate more efficiently.
BlackRock’s Global Energy & Power Infrastructure (GEPIF) will acquire all publically held shares of GasLog, taking the LNG carrier private.
Concerns about the UK’s ability to make the most of the energy transition’s enormous economic opportunities are well founded.
SDX Energy is working on the implementation of an ESG strategy, which can do good while also acting as a differentiator from its peers.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has announced the hire of “sustainable development powerhouse” Ann Rosenberg to help the firm drive its environmental ambitions.
A disconnect between Russia’s climate policies and the sustainability ratings of some of its biggest companies highlights the challenges investors face in assessing environmental, social and governance performance.
The largest political party in Norway is arguing that the state should take a more activist role in Equinor, sparking debate on how it will use its two-thirds stake in the oil giant going forward.
As the UK prepares for a potential second national lockdown, it’s forgivable that some people might argue ‘now is not the time’ to address climate change and the wider ESG agenda. In my view, the challenges we’ve all faced over the last year reinforce the need for the business community to take action right now and lead from the front.