Hart Energy's editorial director Jordan Blum sat down with the senior director for energy transition solutions at Nabors Industries, James Hall, to discuss electrification in the oil patch.
Investors voted overwhelmingly against resolutions put forward by climate and ESG activists during the Exxon and Chevron annual stockholder meetings this week.
If projects currently in the pipeline come to fruition, the production of low-emissions hydrogen could reach up to 24 million tonnes per year by 2030, with more than half of it coming from electrolyzers running on renewable energy.
Plug Power plans to produce 850 tons of green hydrogen per day at three plants, the company says.
Collectively, the companies, including Exxon Mobil, emit the equivalent of the greenhouse-gas emissions of the U.K., the EU and Canada combined.
In this week's Tech Trends, Hart Energy's Jennifer Pallanich dives into SLB and Rockwell's FPSO coalition combining expertise to address performance and reduce emissions.
IPAA Chairman Steve Pruett lauds allies in the House, but says the Biden administration is intent on cutting oil and gas drilling.
Outside TotalEnergies’ meeting in central Paris, the smell of teargas from earlier clashes hung in the air and police used pepper spray as they dragged some protesters away to free a path for shareholders through several hundred climate activists.
Construction of Permian Basin takeaway infrastructure is unlikely to keep up with production, East Daley and Validere say, which will lead to flaring issues.
In addition to the joint venture, SK Group also committed $50 million in PIPE financing for NET Power and RONI's proposed $1.5 billion business combination.