The road to net zero will require closing technology gaps, collaboration, policy and realism among other steps, energy experts say.
All types of renewables will be needed to help reach carbon emissions reduction targets, the CEOs say.
PepsiCo Inc. has signed two agreements with Ørsted on Jan. 14 to purchase a portion of energy from the 298 MW Haystack wind project in Nebraska and the 367 MW Western Trail wind project in Texas.
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.
Software company Prognostic says it has launched the first solution of its kind to combine edge-based analytics and operations data bringing visibility and traceability across the carbon value chain.
CGG said it has formed a partnership with London-based dCarbonX, which is building a strategic portfolio of subsurface geothermal, energy storage and carbon sequestration assets through a new process known as decarbonization exploration.
Rystad Energy is downgrading its peak oil demand forecast citing rapid growth in the electric vehicle market being driven by the ongoing energy transition push.
The Swedish activist will testify virtually before the House Oversight Committee’s subcommittee on the environment.
The West Virginia Democrat and chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources supports carbon capture and dismisses any notion of eliminating fossil fuels.
Project Canary, which has recently launched responsibly sourced natural gas pilot projects with shale giants EQT and Chesapeake Energy, will certify emissions from the gas wellhead to Rio Grande for U.S. LNG developer NextDecade.
The acquisition of Big Sky Wind from a fund managed by BlackRock will be Vitol’s first large U.S. wind generating asset and adds to its growing renewables portfolio, in the U.S. and globally.
Energy and automaking giants will focus on hydrogen public policy to develop infrastructure, the markets for EVS and joint R&D activities.
In a letter that was seen by Reuters, the governors of a dozen U.S. states including California, New York, Massachusetts and North Carolina called on President Joe Biden to back ending sales of new gasoline-powered vehicles by 2035.