One of the opening events of Climate Week in New York offered a rare sight -- nine bosses of some of the world’s largest oil and gas companies in one room.
BP will unleash a fleet of drones and surveillance cameras to police its facilities for leaks of a potent greenhouse gas.
BP has announced a three-year strategy to reduce emissions in the global oil and gas supply chain.
Energy giant Shell today announced plans to keep methane emissions intensity from its oil and gas assets below 0.2% by 2025.
Surging methane emissions threaten to undermine efforts to slow climate change, a team of international experts has warned.
A worker has died after an incident at a Petronas processing plant in Malaysia.
The Government of Botswana has approved Tlou Energy’s environmental impact statement (EIS) for a coal bed methane project following a final review.
Homeowners forced out of their properties after a methane leak in Los Angeles have filed claims against state regulators for $3.5million each in damages.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Southern California Gas Company (SoCal) after a huge gas leak near Los Angeles.
The major Californian gas leak near Los Angeles has raised concerns over the environmental impact and the reliability of technology used in the industry.
Global meat consumption needs to be cut to ensure the world avoids “dangerous” climate change, a report has warned.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is expected to propose regulations which will be aimed at reducing methane emissions by between 40 and 45% from the oil and gas sector over the next decade. The move is part of a wider strategy in place which is looking to reduce both greenhouse gases as well as combating climate change.
Statoil is using military technology to detect hydrocarbon leaks at its Eagle Ford operations.
France could get the equivalent of 10 years of gas consumption by exploiting the methane trapped in the former coal mines of its deprived eastern regions, a French company running a rare domestic exploration programme said on Wednesday. France, which slammed the door on developing shale gas due to environmental concerns and blocked many exploration permits, has discretely supported efforts by Française de l'Energie, based in the Lorraine region, to exploit so-called coalbed methane. "France is completely dependent on imports, so it's rather interested in seeing we can produce a gas which is clean and near existing infrastructure," said Julien Moulin, head of the company formerly known as European Gas.