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Technip Energies, John Cockerill Form Green Hydrogen, Power-to-X Company

Called Rely, the company is an asset light joint venture on a mission to decarbonize hard-to-abate industries.

COP28: Victories, Challenges Still Facing Climate Agenda

COP28 gives the private sector—including those from the oil and gas industry—and other delegates an opportunity to chime in on the global climate agenda set by world leaders.

Bryan Sheffield: Asset Sellers Need Bid/Ask Therapy

Advisers need to sharpen their pencils at the negotiation table, E&P operator Bryan Sheffield said — because “all you're going to do is upset your seller by promising a market that you shouldn't. No one's going to pay you.”

International Petroleum Adds Deborah Starkman to Board

International Petroleum Corp. previously announced William Lundin’s appointment to the board effective Jan. 1, 2024. With both Starkman and Lundin’s addition, IPC’s board will be increased to eight directors.

TotalEnergies Acquires Stake in Morocco-UK Renewables Project

TotalEnergies joins fellow investors Octopus Energy and Abu Dhabi National Energy Co. as investors in U.K. renewables company Xlinks First Ltd.

Tackling Methane Emissions: Triple Crown’s Secret to Success

Triple Crown Resources, the private Permian Basin operator, is cutting methane emissions and delivering returns.

Petrobras Eyes Capex of $102B Under New Strategic Plan

Petrobras plans to invest $102 billion between 2024-2028 under its new strategic plan, up 31% compared to their 2023-2027 plan, aiming to achieve production of 3.2 MMboe/d by the end of the five-year timeframe.

Capstone Appoints Emer Higgins as New VP of Operations

Emer Higgins will oversee Capstone Green Energy’s manufacturing, procurement/planning, warehouse, environmental, health/safety and facilities departments.

Commentary: LatAm Outlook 2024—Top Five Economies to Watch and Why

In 2024, energy investors interested in Latin America will likely find the most attractive opportunities linked to developments in Argentina, Brazil, Guyana, Mexico and Venezuela. That’s if they can hold their nerves amid ongoing uncertainties mainly tied to politics in many of the countries.

Hart Energy Launches Hall of Fame Profiles on New 50th Anniversary Site

The Hall of Fame honors groundbreaking pioneers in the energy sector from the last 50 years and Hart Energy is recognizing more than 20 Agents of Change in Energy who are making positive impacts on how the world is powered now and into the future.