Emissions from oil and gas produced in the UK are projected to increase by 2030 for some companies, new analysis has found.
Neptune Energy has announced it aims to store more carbon than it emits from its operations and the products it sells by 2030.
An activist investor whose climate resolution garnered 30% votes from Royal Dutch Shell investors says the energy giant has not fully addressed concerns over emissions.
Engineering giant Wood will release a plan to impose emissions targets on its suppliers and on its own products used by customers within the next year, according to chief executive Robin Watson.
Chevron committed for the first time to an aspiration of net zero emissions from its operations as the company responded to rising investor and societal pressure to play a bigger role in a transition to a low-carbon future.
Thinking back to her early days as an engineer from Peterhead, Dawn Summers feels a “heavy obligation” to help bolster diversity and inclusion in oil and gas, particularly with young women.
North Sea minnow Zennor Petroleum claims to have become one of the first UK operators to go “carbon neutral” as first gas from its flagship Finlaggan field beckons.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has announced targets to reduce its direct and indirect emissions by 40% by 2030.
Bringing about the energy transition needs to make “economic sense” and be socially and environmentally sustainable, according to Shell’s chief technology officer.
BP’s new CEO needs to “push” the energy transition agenda further to stop the supermajor falling foul of investors, particularly in Europe, analysts have said.