Tagged With Carbon capture
Adnoc aims to benefit from European IOCs’ new impetus
26 September 2022
Appetite to replace Russian energy imports is providing a major fillip to the Emirati firm’s upstream development plans
TotalEnergies targets 2027 startup for Papua LNG
1 August 2022
Close collaboration between IOCs in Papua New Guinea means other developments may follow
High profits double-edged sword for oil sands producers
7 June 2022
Overflowing coffers are likely to impress shareholders but not politicians being asked for decarbonisation subsidies
Letter from Australia: Labor victory positive for CCS
27 May 2022
Australia’s upstream industry could be poised to benefit from the election of a Labor government for the first time in almost a decade
Championing the oil sands
9 May 2022
Canadian Natural’s chief is comfortable with his firm’s bet on the controversial resource
Canada wrestles with a produce more/emit less paradox
5 May 2022
The requirement to cut the upstream industry’s carbon footprint places a chokehold on growth ambitions
Shell Canada makes its licence-to-operate case
27 April 2022
The subsidiary is in lockstep with its parent in the IOC-to-IEC pivot
Advantage secures heavyweight CCS backing
25 April 2022
New partnership for Canadian producer’s carbon-capture JV aims to drive further expansion
Social licence needed in a decarbonising world
28 January 2022
Oil and gas producers can become part of the solution. But only if they can maintain, or regain, public trust
Outlook 2022: The greening of hydrocarbons
19 January 2022
A lower-carbon future will still involve fossil fuels
UKCS still attracting buyers
18 January 2022
Healthy appetite remains despite an evolving oil and gas landscape
Letter from Canada: Kenney hits accelerator along dead-end road
10 August 2021
Positive CCS dialogue highlights an alternative path if the populist provincial leader can stomach it
Letter from Australia: Upstream industry commits to net zero
24 June 2021
Climate and carbon dominated the recent Appea conference
PE Live: CCS to turn from cost to opportunity for gas producers
1 June 2021
The gas industry must build on incentives such as the US’ 45Q tax break to develop the technology vital to its future within the energy transition
CC(U)S—Spotting problems in the pipeline
28 January 2021
Even though the carbon capture sector is only just taking off, those thinking about getting involved need to consider the costs of decommissioning
The great gas investment divide
24 November 2020
Gas’ part in the transition to a climate-neutral energy system is more controversial than for any other major source of primary energy
Canadian government leads the way on CCUS
30 October 2020
Federal and provincial government measures have supported the deployment of several world-class projects
Financial institutions go green
7 February 2020
Lenders shift towards cleaner investments to align with Paris Agreement targets
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
Canada divided by carbon conundrum
22 January 2019
Canada’s plans for raising carbon tax face mounting political and popular opposition
US carbon fight moves to Washington state
23 October 2018
The lack of political enthusiasm for a federal-level US carbon tax contrasts with more positive undercurrents in Washington state’s heated carbon referendum
WGC 2018: gas faces political, environmental risks
26 June 2018
Natural gas may be the best solution to emissions goals, but the world needs to be convinced, say industry heads
Philippines takes carbon emitters to task
1 June 2018
The Southeast Asian nation has launched the world’s first governmental inquiry into the impact of climate change on human rights
Energy leaders embrace new frontiers
18 April 2017
Energy leaders are adapting to a rapid change of pace and identifying new priorities
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