Energy transition

ExxonMobil Bidding to Advance CCS Expansion at Wyoming’s LaBarge Natural Gas Facility

ExxonMobil Bidding to Advance CCS Expansion at Wyoming’s LaBarge Natural Gas Facility

Bids to secure engineering, procurement and construction contracts for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) expansion at the LaBarge natural gas facility in Wyoming are advancing, ExxonMobil said Thursday. LaBarge to date has captured an estimated 6-7 million metric tons (mmt) of carbon dioxide (CO2), making it the largest project of its kind in the…

October 22, 2021
Vermilion Gains Certified Label for Some Canadian Natural Gas Supply

Vermilion Gains Certified Label for Some Canadian Natural Gas Supply

Calgary-based Vermilion Energy Inc. has become the third Canadian producer to earn an international eco-label for its natural gas. The independent also announced Wednesday an initial sale of certified gas sporting the ethical energy brand, created by New York City-based Equitable Origin, which is trademarked as EO100 Standard Certification. “As the energy transition progresses, we…

October 15, 2021
Air Products Taps Louisiana for World’s Largest Blue Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Complex

Air Products Taps Louisiana for World’s Largest Blue Hydrogen, Carbon Capture Complex

Air Products and Chemicals Inc. on Thursday earmarked $4.5 billion to build and operate a mega complex in Ascension, Parish, LA, capable of producing 750 million cubic feet/day of blue hydrogen and potentially the world’s largest carbon capture sequestration endeavor to date. The project, expected to be operational in 2026, was announced Thursday by Gov.…

October 15, 2021
Chisholm to Monitor Permian Delaware Emissions as Project Canary Snags Another E&P Client

Chisholm to Monitor Permian Delaware Emissions as Project Canary Snags Another E&P Client

Privately held Chisholm Energy Holdings LLC plans to install air emissions monitors at some Permian Basin production facilities in southeastern New Mexico as it works toward becoming certified by Project Canary. Sponsored by Warburg Pincus and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, the Permian exploration and production (E&P) company expects to become the first independent working in…

October 4, 2021
Project Financing Biggest Challenge in Mexico Energy Market, Entrepreneur Says

Project Financing Biggest Challenge in Mexico Energy Market, Entrepreneur Says

“The biggest challenge for our customers is to get reliable, affordable and efficient financing for their projects,” Asger Victor Hansen, founder of Kauil Energy in Mexico City, told NGI’s Mexico GPI in the latest installment of its interview series.  Hansen, who is a native of Denmark, founded Kauil Energy, a startup solar energy company, in…

September 24, 2021
TGP, Southwestern Aiming to Deliver Certified Appalachian Natural Gas to Northeast Markets

TGP, Southwestern Aiming to Deliver Certified Appalachian Natural Gas to Northeast Markets

Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) and Southwestern Energy Co. have clinched an agreement to move certified natural gas supply to the Northeast beginning in November. Kinder Morgan Inc. subsidiary TGP, through its existing system, would transport Southwestern’s  Appalachia supply that is certified as responsibly sourced gas (RSG). Certified gas is produced and transported by companies whose…

September 24, 2021
ConocoPhillips Snapping Up Shell’s Permian Portfolio for $9.5B

ConocoPhillips Snapping Up Shell’s Permian Portfolio for $9.5B

Houston-based ConocoPhillips on Monday agreed to pay $9.5 billion to buy Royal Dutch Shell plc’s Permian Basin portfolio, which a Shell executive said reflected “our focus on value over volumes” as it accelerates its energy transition from fossil fuels. Shell’s Permian business includes ownership in 225,000 net acres with current production of around 175,000 boe/d.…

September 20, 2021
Canadian PM Takes Hard Line on Oil, Natural Gas Emissions Ahead of Election

Canadian PM Takes Hard Line on Oil, Natural Gas Emissions Ahead of Election

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has singled out the oil and gas industry as a target for toughened pollution policing in his campaign for reelection of his Liberal government in a Sept. 20 national vote. “Let’s be realistic,” said Trudeau as he unveiled an environmental plank in the party platform at a weekend rally in…

August 31, 2021
Feds Expanding Efforts to Capture, Store CO2 Emissions

Feds Expanding Efforts to Capture, Store CO2 Emissions

Nine research projects are getting a federal funding boost to advance methods and potentially reduce costs to capture and store carbon from the air, also known as direct air capture (DAC). The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) said it has granted $24 million to universities and national labs across the country. The aim of the…

August 23, 2021
Listen Now: NGI’s Hub & Flow Assesses the Future of Hydrogen in Latin America

Listen Now: NGI’s Hub & Flow Assesses the Future of Hydrogen in Latin America

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast in which NGI Senior Editor Christopher Lenton is joined by the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Mariano Berkenwald to discuss the hydrogen opportunity in Latin America.  Having recently published a report with the IEA about how low-carbon hydrogen can play a big…

August 20, 2021
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