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Exploration & Production

A Greener Method of Conducting Well Interventions

An independent study found that Fishbones’ stimulation technology can significantly reduce emissions compared to conventional practices.

October 22, 2021


Britain Strikes $552 Million Partnership with Bill Gates to Supercharge Green Tech

Speaking at a Global Investment Summit alongside U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Bill Gates said investment was needed to further develop new technologies that were currently too expensive for the consumer market.

October 22, 2021


Biden Climate Envoy Kerry to Visit Saudi Arabia Next Week

The United States and the EU are trying to convince Saudi Arabia to join a global initiative on slashing emissions.

October 22, 2021


Renewable Energy Jobs Grew Globally in 2020 Despite COVID-19 Crisis: Report

The report also showed that there is a need to bring more women into renewable energy jobs, though they already hold 32% of those, compared to 22% in the oil and gas sector.

October 22, 2021


Russia Says Putin Won’t Fly to COP26, in Blow for Climate Talks

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said he would take part remotely, but the no-show by the leader of the world’s fourth-biggest emitter of greenhouse gases is the latest setback.

October 22, 2021

Energy Capital Conference

Is Oil and Gas Headed for Divorce?

An energy investment bank executive delves into the divergent paths of oil and gas during Hart Energy’s Energy Transition Capital Conference.

October 21, 2021

Public Capital

Exxon Mobil Pledges $400 Million to Boost Wyoming Carbon Capture

Exxon Mobil expects the expansion will capture up to 1 million metric tons of CO₂, in addition to the 6-7 million metric tons already captured at the LaBarge, Wyoming facility each year.

October 21, 2021


Opinion: How Established Oil and Gas Companies Can Lead the Energy Transition

In the modern business environment, resiliency for established oil and gas companies isn’t about weathering the storm; it's about continual evolution.

October 21, 2021


Busting Myths of Oil’s Demise

Deloitte analysts find that while peak growth has passed, the industry will remain on solid ground for the foreseeable future. But how companies choose their competitive positioning will determine the new energy order.

October 21, 2021

Policy & Regulations

US Democrats Scramble to Hammer Out Climate Legislation Ahead of Glasgow Talks

The Biden administration is considering a flurry of options including boosting production tax credits for nuclear power and enhancing credits for carbon sequestration projects.

October 20, 2021