Claudia Santos Cruz gives us insight into opportunities within Africa’s markets and how the current situation with Covid-19 and the oil price crash will impact projects going forward. Read more
In this instalment we look to the women who ‘fuel’ the energy sector financially, those active in energy investment.
The Energy Council has looked at renewables projects and programmes across Africa that are actively improving the lives of the women and children in their communities; promoting societal and economic inclusion of this historically disenfranchised demographic
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This report summarises discussions with some of Europe’s leading stakeholders about the latest challenges in developing a hydrogen economy.
In this article we discuss the European Hydrogen Conference, a platform allowing companies to discuss how they are building their roadmaps to net-zero.
Ahead of The Energy Council’s European Hydrogen Conference, we have taken a look at 6 projects that will define how hydrogen is used into the future.
Ahead of The Energy Council’s European Hydrogen Conference, we have taken a look at the evolving hydrogen relationship between the EU and Russian.
Senegal has begun its economic recovery following the initial Covid-19 pandemic, notably pausing production of the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) and Sangomar gas fields. The Energy Council examines where these projects are now, one year on.
In anticipation for the Energy Council’s World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA) to take place in December, an advisory board of the industry’s leading figures was held to inform the agenda. Among the attendees were representatives from INEOS Energy, BlackRock, Standard Chartered, Kerogen Capital, Lloyds Banking Group, ADNOC, Mizuho, Morgan Stanley, BP IST, Bluewater Energy, Wentworth Resources, Sector Investment Managers, Harbour Energy, NEO Energy and Jerset Oil and Gas.
In anticipation for the Energy Council’s World Energy Capital Assembly (WECA) to take place in December, an advisory board of the industry’s leading figures was held to inform the agenda. Among the attendees were representatives from Petrobras, Morgan Stanley Energy Partners, BlackRock, Shell, Kongsberg Digital, Ecopetrol, The Carnrite Group, Hellenic Petroleum, Eco Atlantic Oil and Gas, Helios Investment Partners, Addleshaw Goddard, YPF, Reflex Marine and Axora.