Articles tagged with "#Energy Transition"
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The National Energy Transition Framework is a blueprint for Ghana’s decarbonization and transitioning the country to a low-carbon, climate-resilient economy by 2070, but experts say fiscal support is still needed.
Shortly after signing a Green Alliance agreement with the EU, Norway offered more blocks in the Arctic for oil and gas exploration. Environmental campaigners are now hoping the EU will prevent an expansion of drilling areas, particularly in the Barents Sea.
The head of the International Energy Agency Faith Birol said that the oil and gas industry needs to slash emissions from its operations and show that it is serious at the COP28 summit.
Chile’s green hydrogen plans and renewable energy potential position it as a significant exporter of the fuel to markets including Europe.
The government’s new ‘Powering Up Britain’ report is underwhelming for the UK renewable energy sector, experts say.
India’s renewable energy credentials look set to receive a boost as the country’s largest refiners slow fossil fuels projects and instead focus on green projects.
BP asks in its 2023 energy outlook whether there will be a Ukraine war clean energy shift globally.
As presidential elections draw closer, Gas Outlook delves into the main candidates’ manifestoes to see if climate change in Nigeria is on the agenda.
Critics say the new windfall tax in Italy could slow energy transition efforts and ultimately undermine national decarbonisation targets.
Woodside Energy is partnering with Meridian Energy to develop the Southern Green Hydrogen plant, which will be the largest green hydrogen project in New Zealand, and possibly the world.
Deepening political and social unrest in Peru, a major LNG exporter, are deepening delays to the country’s energy transition.
Cepsa said it will invest US$3 billion in Spain in what is set to become Europe’s largest green hydrogen production hub and which industry sources see as a significant step towards establishing the economic viability of this resource.
Chile needs to accelerate legal, regulatory and marketing groundwork for green hydrogen if it hopes to meet ambitious production and export targets, executives in the fledgling industry say.
China has been the world’s main source of greenhouse gas emissions growth over the past two decades, according to a new report by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air.
An expected Republican wave did not materialize, which solidifies some U.S. climate change policy even as the U.S. needs more action to hit its targets.
Equinor is putting the Wisting oil project on hold amid rising costs, raising questions over the future of similar Norwegian oil and gas projects in the Arctic.
Hydrogen is a strategic pillar in the energy transition plans of state-controlled Ecopetrol in Colombia and now the firm is exploring the potential of the “white” variety.
The oil and gas industry in Colombia is on tenterhooks as the government decides whether to allow new exploration contracts or not, as it moves away from fossil fuels.
A growing number of European countries are looking to quit the Energy Charter Treaty, a controversial international accord that protects energy investments and that environmentalists say is jeopardizing climate transition efforts in member countries, sparking new hopes that the agreement might eventually be shelved.
Many in the oil and gas industry say there is little help available for experienced workers who wish to pursue renewable energy jobs.