Environmental , Social , Energy Transition

Commentary: Why the Energy Industry Must Commit to Decarbonize

The energy industry is a major contributor to greenhouse-gas emissions, and failure to decarbonize will result in significant economic, social and environmental costs.

August 9, 2023

International , Markets , Social , Renewables , Governance , Emissions , Solar , Bioenergy/Biomass , Wind

Venezuela Must Advance Renewable Developments, Official Says

OPEC member Venezuela has benefited economically over the last century, mainly from producing oil, but as the race to net zero emissions picks up speed, the Caribbean country must now advance natural gas-related and renewable developments such as wind, solar and bioenergy.

July 27, 2023

Environmental , Social , Governance

Plains All American Publishes 2022 Sustainability Report

Plains All American, a midstream energy company based out of Houston, has published its 2022 sustainability report detailing its strategy for reducing greenhouse gases.

July 26, 2023


Crab Harvesters Call Out Exxon Mobil

Crab harvesters on the Avalon Peninsula are calling out Exxon Mobil for their operations in the Jeanne d’Arc Basin.

July 24, 2023

Environmental , Social , Governance

Hart Energy's 2023 ESG Awards: Cleaner, Safer, More Diverse

Hart Energy’s annual ESG Awards are here, highlighting the findings of data analysis firm Clear Rating and recognizing companies' efforts in sustainable operation, local community engagement and positive workplace culture.

July 14, 2023

Legislation , Renewables , Social , International , Energy Storage

Experts Shed Light on US Critical Minerals Challenges, Solutions

Critical minerals are essential for the transition to lower carbon energy, and legislators have a key role to play.

July 11, 2023

Social , Environmental , Infrastructure

Permitting Reform Gains Momentum

Federal compromise on NEPA legislation has cleared some longstanding ambiguities.

June 26, 2023

Infrastructure , Social

US Judge Orders Enbridge to Shut Down Portions of Wisconsin Pipeline Within 3 Years

Enbridge has been ordered to shut down its pipeline running through tribal land located in Wisconsin and pay almost $5.2 million for trespassing.

June 20, 2023


Norway Oil Drilling Labour Unions Seek Mediation as Wage Talks Falter

No strikes are allowed before talks, but a risk of a strike later in the year remains if mediation fails.

May 24, 2023

Crude Oil , CCS/CCUS , Environmental , Social

SUPER DUG: North American Oil, Gas Key to Net Zero, VanLoh Says [WATCH]

At the SUPER DUG conference in Fort Worth, Texas, Quantum Energy's Wil VanLoh sat down with Hart Energy's Nissa Darbonne to talk investment prospects in oil and gas and the future of decarbonization. 

May 23, 2023