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CCUS has the potential to decarbonize 45% of remaining emissions from carbon-intensive industries, according to McKinsey & Co.…

Energy companies that have fully embraced ESG, emissions goals and the energy transition still see little premium from investors,…

Attracting and retaining women in the oil and gas workforce is key to ensuring different perspectives in the executive ranks, which…

Oil and gas producers have an opportunity in the low-carbon future. And there’s capital—and returns—ready.

“Achieving net-zero emissions by 2050 would entail a fundamental transformation of the global economy,” consultancy firm McKinsey…

There are fundamental market shifts and implications—but more importantly, strategies—for oilfield services and equipment companies…

As the oil and gas industry regains strength following a tumultuous second quarter, companies could emerge anew.

Shale producers have survived downturns in ways few analysts could have predicted, but today they face tough new challenges.

Renewables and new technologies could push power emissions to zero but would do so in different ways across global markets.

Global and domestic initiatives facilitate emissions capture for storage and reuse in energy development.

While oil and gas operators reduce active cycle time in drilling days or completions, future gains will be captured by reducing total…

Brazil has the potential for a 70% oil production increase by 2035, but is it likely?