Amidst the daily sobering news which is inevitably focused on the COVID-19 pandemic and struggling societies and economies, there are positive and exciting things happening, one being Total announcing their commitment to NetZero.
Who will make money in the energy business of the future, and who will fade from the scene? Politics and regulation certainly matter, but how much? What will the global energy system of 2030 or 2050 look like?
Technology and responsible investing will “inevitably be the top two megatrends” of the 2020s, affirms the CEO of independent financial advisory organisation deVere.
We take a look at how the energy sector is progressing with regards to gender diversity and representation at board level
Electrification, renewable energy and energy storage will get us part of the way through the energy transition. However, even with such a rapid deployment of solar and wind, electrification can’t do everything. We need something else to fill that gap.
The OGCI announced significant progress in reducing both carbon dioxide and methane emissions in the upsteam sector. Industry collective invests over a billion dollars into emissions reductions technologies.
A report by the OGTC & Wood Mackenzie highlights the array of opportunities in the United Kingdom’s path to decarbonisation & net-zero.
The United Kingdom Continental Shelf in the North Sea has long been a prominent location for the exploration and production of oil and gas. However, as the nation pushes toward carbon neutrality by 2050, how will these competing industries develop?
Mergers and acquisitions are heating up in the oil and gas sector as prices stabilise and quality assets enter the market. Over $20 billion in deals has been completed in recent months with more set to come.
In The News: Institutional Investors Demand Greater ESG Adherence from Oil Majors, Can Independents Pick Up The Pieces?
Institutional funds have increased their pressure on the world’s largest oil and gas companies to further and hasten their commitments to meet a carbon output of net-zero by 2050. What happens to ‘independents’?
“Investors will go where the money is” remarked one of the Energy Council’s members when asked about the increased pressure on funds to be ESG driven and avoiding hydrocarbons altogether.
We know what the target is as well as why we need to achieve it. The question is rather on the how. How do we transform our businesses and our life-styles without jeopardising the functioning of our society or global growth?
Ahead of WECA 2020, we spoke with Nick Carnrite, Managing Director at The Carnrite Group, on their entrance to the UK market, the challenges facing the Energy industry and how they are supporting the sector through these times.