Articles tagged with "#Gas"

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Gas stoves leak hazardous pollutants – Harvard study

A new study has identified toxic pollutants in unburned gas leaking from stoves, raising questions about health impacts.

Tanzania cools on regional gas exports

Tanzania’s ambitions for its considerable offshore natural gas resources may not include meeting requests from its neighbours to export by pipeline.

U.S. LNG explosion squeezes gas markets

A substantial gas export facility could be offline until later this year.

Los Angeles aims to block gas in new buildings

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 firms spark transition growth

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

Quebec is first jurisdiction to ban oil and gas. Will there be more?

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

Ukraine war, LNG prices test India’s Age of Gas

India’s gas market has been struggling to take off for over a decade, and is now being further tested by the impact of the Ukraine war on LNG prices.

Oil and gas majors’ climate plans under scrutiny

Even burning just the oil, gas, and coal in existing fields and mines would far exceed the carbon budget for a 50% chance of staying below 1.5°C warming, a new report has found.

Europe holds its breath as Russia cuts gas to 3 nations

Poland, Bulgaria and Finland are the first EU nations to see Russian gas deliveries completely cut off after the invasion of Ukraine, but others may soon follow as Moscow insists on payment in rubles and launches counter-sanctions against the West.

Climate think-tank casts doubt on hydrogen blending

Plans for large-scale green hydrogen blending using existing natural gas infrastructure is at best a “highly inefficient solution for power generation and heating,” according to the Energy Innovation paper.