Author: Stuart Penson
Go bigger on offshore wind to cut UK net-zero costs – LCP
29 July 2021
Displacing nuclear with offshore wind backed up by flexible thermal power plants and storage can cut capital costs
Oil majors pile into Scottish offshore wind tender
22 July 2021
Scotwind tender draws 74 bids amid strong competition for North Sea project rights
UK Acorn CCS project signs up St Fergus gas terminals
16 July 2021
Boost for Scottish CCS cluster as it lines up SEGAL and FUKA gas processing terminals as first CCS customers
TotalEnergies and ExxonMobil eye France North Sea CCS
12 July 2021
Oil companies join Air Liquide, Borealis and Yara International in project to cut emissions in Normandy industrial basin
US oil and gas sector weighs transition options
25 June 2021
Carbon capture and hydrogen high on agenda, but good returns from hydrocarbons still a priority
US oil and gas sector weighs transition options
25 June 2021
Carbon capture and hydrogen high on agenda, but good returns from hydrocarbons still a priority
US oil and gas sector weighs transition options
25 June 2021
Carbon capture and hydrogen high on agenda, but good returns from hydrocarbons still a priority
Brazil solar PPA demand rises ahead of grid rule change
24 June 2021
Lisarb Energy sees spike in interest from corporate offtakers to lock in contracts before rise in grid costs for solar projects
BP boss defends ‘bold’ net-zero transition strategy
23 June 2021
Oil major on track to meet 2025 renewables target and will grow earnings from oil despite production cuts
BP Lightsource buys more solar projects in Spain
18 June 2021
Purchase of three development projects in Spain follows recent solar expansions in Portugal and Greece
Oil and gas firms need scale to win over transition doubters
17 June 2021
Lower rates of return and competition for assets pose challenges as producers and traders seek to scale up in renewables
Carbon set for sustained price rally in chase for net zero
16 June 2021
Emissions trading reignited as market takes centre stage as carbon abatement driver
G7 to halt new support for unabated coal by year-end
16 June 2021
Countries to focus on accelerating progress of technologies including hydrogen, batteries and carbon capture, usage and storage
PE Live: Oil and gas skills fundamental to transition
15 June 2021
Many skills transferable but redeployment of staff from fossil fuel business also requires new approach to learning
PE Live: Energy transition demands new brand of leadership
15 June 2021
Soft skills gain importance as leaders steer course to a just transition to net zero
BP in joint bid to develop offshore wind in Norwegian North Sea
14 June 2021
Consortium with Statkraft and Aker Offshore targets Sorlige Nordsjo II ‎licence area
Hydrogen project risks challenge investors
10 June 2021
Flow of money into emerging industry faces bottlenecks as investors grapple with uncertainty over regulation and bankability
Clean energy investment lacking in emerging economies – IEA
9 June 2021
High costs of financing and other risks hold back investment in markets where it is most needed to curb emissions
Talos and Storegga in US Gulf Coast CCS joint venture
8 June 2021
Region’s industrial base sits adjacent to large natural carbon storage province located offshore in shallow waters
Cerulean tables £10bn offshore wind farm to electrify UKCS
3 June 2021
Project designed to curb offshore emissions ahead of target and power large-scale green hydrogen production
BP boosts renewables pipeline with 9GW US solar deal
2 June 2021
The $220mn acquisition gives BP solar projects across 12 US states, with largest portfolios in Texas and the Midwest
Energy firms face rising tide of climate lawsuits – Verisk
28 May 2021
Dutch court ruling against Shell will embolden climate activists as focus shifts from governments to corporations
Aker Carbon Capture eyes growth in Europe and US
28 May 2021
Combination of investor pressure and rallying carbon prices drive interest in technology offered by pure-play carbon-capture company
Nigeria banks on gas as bridge to renewables
28 May 2021
Government could lose 60pc of oil and gas revenue over coming decades in a net-zero scenario
Equinor in joint bid for Norwegian North Sea offshore wind project
26 May 2021
Large-scale windfarm would sit in North Sea area ideally located to supply electricity to Europe
UK power storage needs could hit 500GW by 2050
20 May 2021
Battery storage key to smooth out demand peaks as electrification at least doubles demand
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