Moving with a speed that few observers would have previously thought possible, the EU on March 8 laid out its new energy strategy with a target to cut reliance on Russian gas by two thirds within a year.
A swathe of CCUS projects moved into the global pipeline last year which energy experts say could provide the breakthrough needed by an industry that has had a chequered start.
As energy companies and investors become increasingly aware of the need to make – and meet – climate targets, many are asking if the shine is coming off shale gas.
The role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and other digital technologies in improving the environmental footprint of oil and gas firms is becoming ever more crucial.
Recently, ‘turquoise’ hydrogen has come to the fore in Germany as a novel climate-friendly alternative but experts say there needs to be a coordinated EU development strategy.
Royal Dutch Shell took a landmark decision earlier this month to walk away from the Cambo oil field in the North Atlantic but is it too early to write off North Sea and other similar mature offshore provinces?