Climate

A new study has found that government policies that help accelerate the energy transition to net zero will reduce future energy bills and create jobs while maintaining GDP growth in both advanced and developing economies.

Two dozen LNG projects are in the works in the U.S., but the rush for gas is both a financial and a climate risk, according to two new reports.

Investment in fossil fuels by India’s 14 largest state-owned energy firms was 11 times higher last year than investment in clean energy, a new study shows.

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The second largest city in the U.S. will ban gas in new homes and businesses, part of a growing movement to halt the growth of gas.

Lower valuations for green companies are creating opportunities for oil and gas companies to fulfil transition objectives through acquisition. Purchases are on the rise.

Denmark’s plans to export renewables to North West Europe via energy islands in the North and Baltic Seas are beginning to look increasingly promising following growing political support to tackle energy security and volatile prices due to the Ukraine war.

With both candidates opposed to fracking, the future of Colombia’s pilot unconventional exploration projects Kalé and Platero, is uncertain.

A handful of governments have decided to restrict oil and gas development. But climate targets mean that many more will need to follow.

Inflationary pressures are making investment in low carbon solutions more expensive, while ESG concerns mean many O&G companies are also avoiding an increase in hydrocarbon investment.

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