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Net Zero Emissions

£143 Million Worth of One Thousand Zero Emission Buses to hit Road in UK

Rural areas in England will be prioritised to receive new buses, which will improve the passenger experience, as UK has disclosed that millions of bus passengers will enjoy cleaner, more reliable and more comfortable journeys as the government invests a further £143 million to roll out almost a thousand new zero emission buses in England. […]

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NNPCL, U.S, Deloitte Collaborate on GHG Emission Reduction from OML 34

The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPCL) is working in collaboration with the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Energy Resources (DOS-ENR) under the Energy and Mineral Governance Program (EMGP) and Deloitte, as the implementing partner to meet its net-zero carbon goals by embarking on a project aimed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through […]

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Africa Oil Records Robust Net-Zero Target On Operations In Nigeria

Africa Oil Corp. a Canadian oil and gas company with producing and development assets in deepwater Nigeria, development assets in Kenya, and an exploration/appraisal portfolio in west and south of Africa has shown a strong commitment towards achieving a net zero target by 2025.The company through its recently published 2022 Sustainability Report as reiterated the emissions free offshore operations […]

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Shell Journey To Net-Zero Emissions: So Far So Good

16 March, 2023 Shell plc has published its Energy Transition Progress Report 2022, which shows it has again met its climate targets as part of its energy transition strategy. The report will be put to shareholders for an advisory vote at Shell’s Annual General Meeting on May 23, 2023. “In this report, we show the […]

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Woodside Joins Aiming For Zero Methane Emissions Initiative

Woodside Energy Ltd (Woodside) has signed the Aiming for Zero Methane Emissions Initiative, becoming the first Australasian company to do so. By signing the initiative Woodside is committing to striving to reach near-zero methane emissions from its operated assets by 2030. The Aiming for Zero Methane Emissions Initiative is led by the Oil and Gas […]

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C-Zero, SK Gas To Build Pilot Natural Gas Decarbonization Plant

C-Zero Inc., a clean energy company that has developed a technology for natural gas decarbonization, announced today that it has closed a $34 million dollar financing round led by SK Gas, a subsidiary of South Korea’s second-largest conglomerate, the SK Group. SK Gas was joined by two other new investors – Engie New Ventures and […]

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Baker Hughes Partners With NET Power To Advance Development And Global Deployment of Zero-Emissions Power

Baker Hughes (NASDAQ:BKR), an energy technology company, has joined a strategic partnership with and invested in NET Power to advance the technical and commercial deployment of NET Power’s low-cost, electric power system that generates no atmospheric emissions and inherently captures all carbon dioxide (CO2). The partnership, which brings together industry expertise to enable the global deployment of NET Power’s […]

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World Energy Outlook 2021 shows a new energy economy is emerging – but not yet quickly enough to reach net zero by 2050

A new energy economy is emerging around the world as solar, wind, electric vehicles and other low-carbon technologies flourish. But as the pivotal moment of COP26 approaches, the IEA’s new  World Energy Outlook makes it clear that this clean energy progress is still far too slow to put global emissions into sustained decline towards net zero, […]

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Shell boosts its net-zero policy with Europe’s largest PEM green hydrogen electrolyser

The project, backed by a European consortium, will accelerate hydrogen production and contribute to Europe’s goal to achieve climate neutrality. Europe’s largest PEM hydrogen electrolyser*, today began operations at Shell’s Energy and Chemicals Park Rheinland, producing green hydrogen. As part of the Refhyne European consortium and with European Commission funding through the Fuel Cells and […]

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Decarbonisation via the existing gas infrastructure in Europe towards climate neutrality by 2050

GIE publishes an in-depth analysis  of the role of gases and the existing gas infrastructure in supporting Central-Eastern- and South-Eastern- Europe towards climate neutrality by 2050. The research covers 10 EU Member States, including Austria, the Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia. “This analysis shows that one thing is clear: there […]

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