The UK’s business and energy secretary has defended the role of the oil and gas industry in the transition to net zero.
The European Commission has confirmed that some gas and nuclear resources will be acceptable in the energy transition.
‘Real washing’ not ‘green washing’ – oil and gas industry needs to take action on emissions, boss says
Oil and gas businesses need to take action on methane emissions in order to prove to critics they are “real washing” and not “green washing” their credentials, the boss of a subsea technology company has said.
The Dutch police have arrested a number of Greenpeace activists following a protest focused on greenwashing in the port of Rotterdam.
Oil companies have long been the target of environmental protestors, but recent campaigns have seen a much wider list for activism.
Blue hydrogen should have no role in the energy transition, a new report from Earthjustice has declared, while green hydrogen has a narrow set of opportunities.
Clean energy specialist Longspur Capital has teamed up with corporate adviser Radnor Capital Partners to create a database of companies that are driving the energy transition.
The energy transition will require an incredible amount of capital, creating high-risk, high-reward opportunities for those participating.
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.
When the oil and gas industry says that we’re part of the solution to the global need to transition to lower carbon energy sources, we mean it, and we evidence it with our actions. However, many people automatically dismiss anything coming from our industry, or label it “greenwashing”.
A leading climate scientist has clashed with the head of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) on his view there is “no scope” for fossil fuels if the world is to meet climate goals.
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.