Ohio Congressman Bill Johnson gives his take on how President Biden’s infrastructure and spending bills will affect the oil and gas industry plus the role natural gas produced in the U.S. has in addressing climate change.
As the price of carbon rises and the cost of CCS falls, there could be money to be made in keeping CO2 out of the atmosphere.
A border carbon adjustment, like one included in a legislative proposal, might level the playing field for U.S. companies disadvantaged in global trade by climate regulations.
In January, Biden vowed to replace the U.S. government’s fleet with electric models.
Mitsubishi is working with EY’s energy advisory group to market its 600,000-barrel Petro-Diamond terminal in Long Beach, California, and its corresponding fuel trading division, sources say.
Airborne robots can conduct aerial intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance across the entire spectrum of a company’s operations.
What's missing so far was any talk of cutting emissions from customers' use of their fuel, commonly called Scope 3 emissions.
Ramping up U.S. LNG exports can lead to a significant decrease in global methane emissions, according to President and CEO Toby Rice.
Friends of the Earth said in a statement that the project was incorrectly judged to be compatible with the Paris climate agreement, without proper assessment of its climate impacts.
Although carbon capture, transport, use and storage is dominated by oil and gas producers now, it represents a significant growth area for the midstream sector.
In response to a letter from Senator Warren, shale gas giant EQT outlined emissions reduction potential of an accelerated replacement of foreign coal usage with natural gas for baseload power.
Executives from Saudi Aramco, Exxon Mobil and Chevron blamed demand for renewables and lack of investment in fossil fuels for recent fuel shortages and price volatility.