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California’s climate disclosure law was passed by the California Legislature on Sept. 12 and could be a prelude to the SEC’s emissions reporting requirements.
U.S. low-carbon projects face a medley of different risks—from sluggish federal permitting timelines to huge spending budgets — and an uncertain road to profitability.
The Texas Railroad Commission knows the state’s terrain better than the federal government and is better suited to handling CO2 injection permits.
Carbon capture technologies such as CCUS offer an opportunity to fast-track the energy transition, but experts say murky regulations in the U.S. are obstructing its path to a zero-carbon economy.
As asset-level A&D struggles in the background of multibillion E&P mergers and market indifference to oil and gas, deal advisers see a spike in transactions for minerals, conventional assets and even combinations of private-equity companies.
The dropdown acquisition will increase Shell Midstream Partners’ interest in the Explorer and Colonial systems, which have the capacity to deliver some 3 million barrels per day of refined products.