“The initiative is an all-in approach where we say that virtually all methane emissions from the industry can and should be avoided,” OGCI’s Julien Perez said of the coalition’s global goals at Hart Energy’s Carbon Management Conference on May 16.
Biden’s proposed methane rule has come under fire for excluding smaller oil and gas wells—those deemed to produce less than three tonnes of methane a year—from regular inspections.
U.S. oil and gas producers and exporters are well-positioned to bring much-needed energy supplies to the global market and here are several examples that prove just that.
In the wake of western buyers avoiding Russian oil, China is quietly continuing to purchase Russian oil at low prices, contradictory to its actions a month ago when it cut back on purchasing Russian supplies.
When asked whether the administration should impose secondary sanctions U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said: "I know that that's certainly not off the table."
Imports of fuel oil from Latin America averaged some 200,000 bpd in March and April, which is 49% higher than in the previous 12 months.
Denbury Carbon Solutions will transport and store CO2 captured from Canadian fertilizer company Nutrien Ltd.'s Geismar, La.-based clean ammonia project under a new term-sheet agreement.
The European Commission unveiled a plan for Europe to end its reliance on Russian fossil fuels by 2027.
API collaborated with American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers to develop the Process Safety Site Assessment Program which helps operators improve safety performance.
In an exclusive video interview, Alisa Lukash, vice president of shale research at Rystad Energy, discussed how the current environment will impact short- and long-term sustainability strategies of U.S. shale companies.
Operators are looking to the technology as an opportunity to not just offset their own emissions, but to make money.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has prompted the European Union to rethink its energy policies amid sharpened concerns of supply shocks.