Tagged With Covid-19
US domestic M&A sent reeling
28 July 2020
Deal-making across the oil and gas patch has slowed to a crawl despite a swathe of potential devalued assets and strained companies eager to divest
Banging the drum for gas
27 July 2020
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum is backing the fuel to shake off its current malaise and enjoy future growth
PE Live: Hydrogen policies must evolve with ‘ecosystems’
22 July 2020
Governments should adapt their strategies as the hydrogen economy develops, gradually moving from direct financial support to an oversight role
NPD warns on Norwegian development delays
17 July 2020
Industry watchdog fears that Covid-19 will impact schedules
Covid-19 puts African energy on pause
16 July 2020
Discoveries have been almost non-existent since the pandemic, and investments in the power sector have stalled despite urgent need
Oil market mulls demand risks
14 July 2020
Crude price comes under pressure from concerns over a second coronavirus wave just as Opec+ considers loosening the supply taps. But are the worries overdone?
The Kazakh Lion in winter
2 July 2020
Kazakhstan’s former long-time leader is approaching a landmark birthday. But he is resisting any temptation to mark it with a comeback
Letter from Houston: Energy hotspot hopes for a ‘bronze lining’
30 June 2020
The US oil capital may be battling both the oil price crash and a Covid-19 resurgence, but there are still reasons to be optimistic
Renewables surge in European power mix
30 June 2020
Wind and solar energy generation have increased even though total energy demand has fallen during the pandemic
Emissions ‘past peak’ in IEA/IMF green recovery plan
30 June 2020
The world could be put “on track for net-zero emissions by 2050” if governments implement the partnering institutions’ “build back better” post-pandemic economic recovery plan
Solar supply chains need to be localised
30 June 2020
The pandemic has demonstrated the downside of relying on one global centre of production and long-distance supply chains
Canadian pipelines to nowhere
16 June 2020
Lack of midstream takeaway capacity had been a growing concern for years, but Covid-19 has reversed the danger
Pandemic risks slowing the energy transition
12 June 2020
Beyond the forecast of a ‘new normal’ that accelerates the move to a lower-carbon future, there is also a scenario where change is retarded
Like a bat out of hell part five: Climate policy post-Covid
12 June 2020
The fifth in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice looks at how the pandemic will accelerate the energy transition, not derail it
Like a bat out of hell part four: Renewables set for rebound
11 June 2020
The fourth in a five-part series from the BRG energy and climate practice examines how investment in renewable energy has been temporarily slowed and why it will bounce back fast
Asia to lead gas demand recovery – IEA
11 June 2020
Gas will be more resilient to the effects of Covid-19 than coal and oil but is “far from immune”, says the IEA, as it forecasts the largest-ever demand decline in 2020
Iraq seeks a reset
8 June 2020
The new Baghdad government asks for much in return for a pivot towards Saudi Arabia and the US
French refining feels the squeeze
5 June 2020
Tougher economics could spark another rationalisation in the sector
Oil investors look for one last super-cycle
3 June 2020
As the pandemic starts to ease, fund managers focused on the oil and gas sector predict a price recovery but still value the protection of strong balance sheets
EU sticks to its Green Deal guns
3 June 2020
The bloc’s latest budget revision has linked a post-Covid recovery fund to its cleaner energy vision
Chinese energy demand makes tentative recovery
29 May 2020
A rebound in oil demand and gas consumption remaining largely unscathed are encouraging signs, but a global economic slump and trade tensions could undermine further progress
Nord Stream 2 hits two more hurdles
28 May 2020
Controversial Russian pipeline project suffers two more setbacks in its TPA exemption fight
CO2 shrugs off the Covid-19 slump
28 May 2020
Future policy assumptions support the EU ETS after initial hit
Covid-19 is accelerating the move to renewables
28 May 2020
The pandemic and resulting fall in demand for energy is hitting the willingness to fund oil and gas projects more than those involving renewable energy
Pollution drop could pressure India’s energy policymakers
28 May 2020
The lockdown has markedly cleaned the country’s air. Will citizens demand permanent change or will economics trump climate concerns?
Covid-19 strains French nuclear model
26 May 2020
Workplace restrictions could hasten the decline of France’s fleet of baseload generators
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