Low carbon energy

BP deal boosts Santos’ CCS ambitions
13 March 2020
Santos’ Moomba project will not suffer from the high abatement costs that are the largest obstacle to CCS adoption
Thomas Siebel: AI to transform oil and gas
5 March 2020
Silicon Valley entrepreneur is bringing artificial intelligence to the oil and gas industry
Decarbonisation webcast: your questions answered
26 March 2020
Participants listening to yesterday’s webcast on waste heat recovery systems put their questions to an expert from Turboden
DoE’s Winberg: Tech will solve CO₂ emissions
5 March 2020
US fossil energy secretary Steven Winberg has faith that technological developments will be enough to mitigate CO₂ emissions and provide hydrocarbons with a long-term future
Is CCUS the solution?
5 March 2020
Few people dispute that CO₂ emissions must decrease. But views of CCUS range from it being the saviour of the oil and gas industry to a cynical attempt to keep hydrocarbons flowing at any cost. Either way, it is urgently needed
Interview: Convincing Europe to embrace nuclear power
26 October 2018
Tim Yeo faces an uphill struggle in trying to persuade Europeans to think nuclear
Czech Republic seeks a new path
17 July 2018
Political turmoil and divisions over how to reform the state-controlled utility ČEZ are creating headaches for the nuclear envoy
UK doubles down on nuclear power plans
6 June 2018
London is stepping up its talks with Hitachi over the proposed Wylfa Newydd plant
France's nuclear plans under pressure
16 April 2018
Flaws found at a flagship reactor could curb EDF’s technology export ambitions
Nuclear next for Egypt
6 September 2017
The country's expanding energy mix is aimed at ensuring steady electricity supply, thus minimising the risk of social unrest
Nuclear power in the EU has fallen out of fashion
25 May 2016
Nuclear is more prone to popularity peaks and troughs than many other energy sources, and it’s not looking good at the moment
The energy transition reality gap
16 December 2019
Industry predictions for the demand for oil and the speed of the energy transition vary wildly. If it cannot coalesce around a compromise plan, politicians and investors may seize the initiative
Japan oil demand cut could be swift
11 December 2019
The Asian nation’s consensus culture means renewable energy could very quickly take a substantial chunk out of conventional hydrocarbons requirements
Lord Browne: Engage on climate or face regulation
29 November 2019
Former BP CEO calls on oil & gas industry to start constructive dialogue with governments over environmental concerns—or risk misguided and ineffective legislation
UK prime minister promises $1bn CCS injection
19 November 2019
Does electoral pledge indicate that carbon capture and storage (CCS) is finally being taken seriously?
Big investors put pressure on big oil
15 October 2019
Oil firms may still able to raise billions of dollars for big upstream projects, but institutional investors are starting to demand emissions reduction measures
Solving the CCS cost conundrum
3 October 2019
Changes to the energy mix and government-backed development of CCS would put the climate goal within reach, according to DNV GL
Decarbonisation webcast: your questions answered
26 March 2020
Participants listening to yesterday’s webcast on waste heat recovery systems put their questions to an expert from Turboden
BP deal boosts Santos’ CCS ambitions
13 March 2020
Santos’ Moomba project will not suffer from the high abatement costs that are the largest obstacle to CCS adoption
Thomas Siebel: AI to transform oil and gas
5 March 2020
Silicon Valley entrepreneur is bringing artificial intelligence to the oil and gas industry
DoE’s Winberg: Tech will solve CO₂ emissions
5 March 2020
US fossil energy secretary Steven Winberg has faith that technological developments will be enough to mitigate CO₂ emissions and provide hydrocarbons with a long-term future
Is CCUS the solution?
5 March 2020
Few people dispute that CO₂ emissions must decrease. But views of CCUS range from it being the saviour of the oil and gas industry to a cynical attempt to keep hydrocarbons flowing at any cost. Either way, it is urgently needed
EU’s Green Deal threatens seismic shift
28 February 2020
Proposals to achieve net zero promise to turn bloc’s economy upside down