Post Tagged with: "greenhouse gas emissions"

Source: Reuters

Investor group sets tough climate blueprint for Big Oil


LONDON – Investors managing more than $10 trillion on Wednesday published an ambitious blueprint for energy companies seeking to tackle climate change, including sharp cuts to greenhouse gas emissions and a winding down of oil and gas production.

The …

Source: Reuters

Exxon to begin certifying some shale gas emissions amid investor pressure


HOUSTON- Exxon Mobil Corp on Tuesday said it will begin measuring methane emissions from production of natural gas at a New Mexico facility, joining a number of shale gas producers seeking to provide the data to buyers.

The largest …

Source: CNBC

IEA outlines $3 trillion green recovery plan for world leaders to help fix the global economy


The International Energy Agency has laid out a $3 trillion green recovery plan, offering governments around the world a “once-in-a-lifetime” roadmap to sustainably rebuild their economies in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Sustainable Recovery report, published Thursday,

Source: CNBC

The coronavirus crisis means we may have already reached peak carbon


The coronavirus crisis will likely lead to the largest ever decline of global carbon emissions on record, according to research from Goldman Sachs, illuminating the potential for a long-term low carbon recovery.

The Covid-19 outbreak has meant countries around

Source: Reuters

Europe’s energy giants turn greener, but paths and targets diverge


LONDON – Europe’s top oil and gas companies, which account for roughly 7% of global crude consumption, have committed themselves to greenhouse gas emission reduction targets which vary in scope, timelines and detail, making them hard for investors to …

Source: Forbes

Bloomberg’s Energy Policy makes sense for a billionaire. Does it make sense for you?


As he rises in the polls and publicity, it is important to examine the implications of Michael Bloomberg’s energy and environment policy. Is it feasible? How would it impact the US economy? What would it mean for the bank …

Source: Houston Chronicle

Schlumberger joins UN-sponsored program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

Houston Chronicle

The world’s largest oilfield service company plans to join a United Nations-sponsored program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

In a Thursday afternoon statement, Schlumberger reported that it plans to join Science Based Targets, an emission reduction program sponsored …

December 20, 2019 - 1:00 pm Energy News, International, Oilfield Services
API: Oil and Gas Industry’s $90 Billion Investments are a “Driving Force” in Emissions Reduction

API: Oil and Gas Industry’s $90 Billion Investments are a “Driving Force” in Emissions Reduction

Oil and gas sector leading the way emissions technology investments from 2000 to 2014

Since 2000, the oil and gas industry has invested more capital in carbon emission technologies than the automotive, electric utilities and agriculture processor sectors combined, according …

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

An OAG360® Exclusive: Interview with Matt Mead, Governor of Wyoming

“Energy prices touch everything we do.”

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Wyoming is the most energy intensive state. It’s the largest U.S. coal producer, producing about 40% of total coal mined per year in the U.S. It’s the country’s eighth most …

April 10, 2015 - 4:39 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Regulatory, Straight Answers

Coal to Gas: China and U.S. to Share Energy Technologies

In the context of a new climate change summit in Beijing, the U.S. and China have signed eight partnership pacts to promote the exchange of research and technology for greenhouse gas-cutting initiatives, the International Business Times reported.

“In one of …

July 9, 2014 - 5:18 pm International, Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Regulatory