Tagged With Carbon capture
Canada to announce blue hydrogen blueprint
30 July 2020
The federal and Alberta governments are seeking to build on existing hydrogen and natural gas production, with longer term plans for green hydrogen
PE Live: Hydrogen set for widespread industrial use
18 July 2020
Technology for using hydrogen to reduce CO2 emissions is proven and large-scale projects are in development across power, steelmaking and maritime fuels among many sectors
Climbing the carbon wall while the oil price collapses
30 April 2020
Financing the transition to a low carbon economy is being made even more difficult by the steep decline of low oil prices
BP likes to be beside the Teesside
3 April 2020
The level of investment in the Net Zero Teesside project will be instructive as to how seriously BP and other majors are taking their recent emissions pledges
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
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
Birol: CCUS a ‘huge opportunity’ for industry
27 February 2020
International Energy Agency head calls on oil and gas companies to invest in non-core assets including CCUS and clean energy to maintain their social license
Gas a bridge to nowhere
13 February 2020
The fuel without a CCUS solution is reaching a “dead end” in the energy transition debate, warns the head of a bonds market non-profit
Canada takes methane emissions reduction lead
7 February 2020
The country’s oil and gas industry, often maligned for an overall high carbon footprint, is setting the pace on a GHG hot button issue
Financial institutions go green
7 February 2020
Lenders shift towards cleaner investments to align with Paris Agreement targets
US DoE aims to double oil and gas production rates
6 February 2020
Fossil energy secretary puts his faith in technological development to boost output and CCUS to ultimately reduce emissions
Carbon audits to ease stranded asset fears
5 February 2020
The calculation of carbon intensity can be the starting point for making even seemingly uneconomic fields viable
Scotland sets out challenge of further decarbonisation
4 February 2020
Gains from renewable power generation will difficult to repeat from domestic heating efficiency and transportation
The CO2 reduction perception challenge
3 February 2020
The need to be seen as a proactive leader in carbon reduction is as important, if not more so, than achieving climate-change targets
Carbon price faces volatility
30 January 2020
Unclear regulatory and energy outlooks cloud the EU ETS carbon market picture
COP markets failure may see UN by-passed
17 January 2020
Independent efforts may gather their own momentum after deadlock in Madrid
How to decarbonise by 2050
10 January 2020
Improved technologies, incubated by leading energy companies and new ventures, will be needed to realise decarbonised vision
Corporates search for license to operate
3 January 2020
As shareholders and banks increasingly question their business models and activities, oil and gas companies need to strengthen their social license
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?
Majors urged to lead energy transition
4 September 2019
IOCs would benefit from taking a prominent role in the transition and face capital flight if they do not, says former UNFCC leader
Emerging market clean power offers investment option
30 August 2019
Capital is being attracted to emerging market renewables and gas-fired power projects to profitably and effectively mitigate climate change
Oil could have a sustainable future
29 August 2019
The money spent subsidising renewables would be better used funding research into carbon capture and storage
Building growth strategies on shifting sands
21 May 2019
Supply and demand fundamentals are being disrupted by trade tensions and uncertainties over the energy transition
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