“If we have another supply disruption from the US, from Norway or from the North Sea we will see more volatility,” he said.
Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)
A new report finds that the UK’s carbon capture and storage (CCS) capacity is likely to fall short of 2030 targets and complains of ‘disproportionate’ support for blue hydrogen schemes over electricity generation.
“As investment mandates become more emission-conscious, over time these six companies will progressively face a growing challenge in refinancing or gaining new bond financing for expansion,” says the IEEFA report.
Plans to accelerate the rollout of offshore wind in the UK could be knocked off course by renewed oil and gas activity, as both sectors compete for the same resources.
The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) recently published a report examining carbon capture and storage (CCS), which claimed many sequestration projects have failed or underperformed. Environmentalists described it as "damning", but Professor Stuart Haszeldine, director of Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS), believes it is too simplistic.
Sustained high prices may accelerate downward pressures on Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) demand, clouding long-term industry outlooks.
The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) has raised a warning over New Fortress Energy’s (NFE) plans.
After six months of resisting industry calls to add liquefied natural gas (LNG) to its green taxonomy, the South Korean government last week finally succumbed to gas lobbyists, says Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
The race to develop liquified natural gas (LNG) import facilities in the Philippines has gone from a marathon to a sprint but potential LNG investors must proceed at their own risk, due to high regulatory and financial uncertainty, according to a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
Shell and Total are being urged to put their money where their mouth is after a new report showed the pair are still investing much more in hydrocarbons than renewable energy.
BlackRock, the worlds largest investment fund management firm, is putting £5.3 trillion in assets at 'serious financial risk' through continued investment in the oil and gas sector, a new report has claimed.