Energy Transition

At Davos, Heavy Hitters Weigh Responses to ‘First’ Global Energy Crisis

At Davos, Heavy Hitters Weigh Responses to ‘First’ Global Energy Crisis

The global energy crisis sparked by Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine was near the top of the agenda this week as high-ranking officials and corporate titans met at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. During a panel discussion on Tuesday, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Fatih Birol, called this “the first…

May 26, 2022
Protests Fail to Derail Shell’s Annual Meeting with Shareholders Strongly Supporting Energy Transition

Protests Fail to Derail Shell’s Annual Meeting with Shareholders Strongly Supporting Energy Transition

Shell plc’s energy transition strategy got a thumb’s up Tuesday from shareholders during an annual general meeting that was disrupted for hours by protestors. During a live feed of the proceedings in London, demonstrators shouted insults and sang protest songs, which led Chairman Andrew Mackenzie to formally delay the event. Before police arrived, some protestors…

May 24, 2022
Mancos Drilling Plan Scuttled by Colorado Court for Failing to Analyze GHG Emissions

Mancos Drilling Plan Scuttled by Colorado Court for Failing to Analyze GHG Emissions

A natural gas-rich drilling plan across 35,000 acres of Colorado’s Western Slope has been vacated by a federal court, which found that Department of Interior officials had not adequately taken into account the environmental risks. U.S. District Court Judge Marcia Krieger of the District of Colorado ordered the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and…

May 24, 2022
Chevron Looking to Crush Carbon Emissions in Central California Operations

Chevron Looking to Crush Carbon Emissions in Central California Operations

Chevron Corp. is expanding its reach into capturing and storing carbon emissions across its global businesses, with one endeavor trained in Central California. Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through the Chevron New Energies division, is advancing a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the San Joaquin Valley (SJV) at the  Kern River Eastridge cogeneration plant in…

May 24, 2022
Canada’s Commercial Options Growing for RNG, Biodiesel and Hydrogen Supply

Canada’s Commercial Options Growing for RNG, Biodiesel and Hydrogen Supply

Commercial options in Canada to buy renewable natural gas (RNG), biodiesel and hydrogen are continuing to emerge, as suppliers find markets for lower-carbon products. A C$600 million ($480 million) commitment to expand biodiesel in British Columbia (BC) by Parkland Corp. inspired Premier John Horgan to call the province “a clean energy powerhouse.” Calgary-based Parkland, a…

May 24, 2022
Sempra Explores Decarbonizing Cameron LNG, Louisiana CCS Hub with Potential Partners

Sempra Explores Decarbonizing Cameron LNG, Louisiana CCS Hub with Potential Partners

Sempra Infrastructure has announced an initial deal with existing equity partnerships to curb emissions at its Cameron liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal and potentially build a carbon capture hub in coastal Louisiana. The subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra said Monday it had secured a participation agreement with TotalEnergies, Mitsui & Co. and Mitsubishi Corp. to…

May 23, 2022
Atmos Says Natural Gas Fuel Cell Offsets More Carbon than Solar, Wind in Less Space

Atmos Says Natural Gas Fuel Cell Offsets More Carbon than Solar, Wind in Less Space

A newly installed natural gas-powered fuel cell at Atmos Energy Corp.’s corporate data center generates low-emission, grid-independent electricity, and the Dallas-based utility is finding more ways to curb emissions as its multistate customer base grows. “Natural gas once again proves it plays a pivotal role in lowering greenhouse gas emissions while increasing reliability to our…

May 20, 2022
Project Canary Brings Freshwater Metric to Natural Gas Certification

Project Canary Brings Freshwater Metric to Natural Gas Certification

Project Canary announced in early May it has produced a measure for the impact from oil and natural gas operations on local water supplies in a study published alongside Colorado State University (CSU). The Denver-based independent natural gas certifier’s Fresh Water Replacement Ration (FR2) has already been applied to some of Project Canary’s partners’ responsibly…

May 17, 2022
BP, Linde Ready CCS Mega Project for Greater Houston Area

BP, Linde Ready CCS Mega Project for Greater Houston Area

BP plc is teaming up with multinational chemical giant Linde plc to advance a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project for the Texas industrial complex near Houston. As envisioned, the project would enable Linde to produce low-carbon hydrogen at its existing facilities. The project also could support carbon dioxide (CO2) storage captured from other industrial…

May 17, 2022
Archaea Builds RNG Development List, Looking for More Long-Term Contracts

Archaea Builds RNG Development List, Looking for More Long-Term Contracts

Archaea Energy Inc. spent the first three months of the year adding renewable natural gas (RNG) assets and projects to boost its production nine-fold within the next six to eight years. The Houston-based RNG producer, which is majority owned by Rice Investment Group, is still relatively fresh from its merger with Aria Energy LLC last…

May 16, 2022
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