Republican Senators Seek to Reverse U.S. Heavy-duty Truck Emissions Rule

34 Republican senators say Biden's standards were overly challenging to implement, would make trucks cost prohibitive for small business owners and would increase supply chain costs.

February 9, 2023

Emissions , Shale Plays

Exxon Halts Routine Gas Flaring in the Permian, Wants Others to Follow

Exxon Mobil is seeking tougher regulations on flaring to "level the playing field."

January 25, 2023

Emissions , Energy Transition

Emissions Management: The New ‘E’ for E&P

Emissions management strategies are having a greater influence on E&P profitability, according to Enverus.

January 24, 2023

Emissions , Energy Transition , ESG

Davos 2023: 'Keep it in the Ground' Greta Thunberg Tells Protest at End of WEF

Climate activists, including 20-year-old Greta Thunberg, held a protest as the Davos World Economic Forum meeting concluded.

January 20, 2023

Legislation , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions

Davos 2023: Greta Thunberg Accuses Energy Firms of Throwing People 'Under the Bus'

"As long as they can get away with it, they will continue to invest in fossil fuels; they will continue to throw people under the bus," Greta Thunberg said of oil and gas CEOs.

January 19, 2023

Emissions , Energy Transition

Has Green Hydrogen Sprung a Leak?

According to scientific studies, the benefits of green hydrogen dissipate if 10% of production, transportation, storage or usage leaks occur.

December 22, 2022


Investors Ramp Up Pressure on Big Oil Firms to Set 2030 Climate Targets

Big oil's 2030 emissions targets are still not aligned with the UN's global warming ambitions, says Follow This. 

December 19, 2022

Policy & Regulations , Emissions , Energy Transition

Hess Inks $750 Million Carbon Credit Deal with Guyana

Hess Corp. inked a long-term strategic partnership with the government of Guyana to purchase carbon credits as part of a plan to prevent deforestation and support sustainable development in one of the world’s most heavily forested regions.

December 5, 2022

International , Emissions , ESG

Asia-Pacific Region Seen as Key in Global Decarbonization Push

As of 2020, 11 major Asia Pacific (APAC) countries were responsible for 52% of global CO2 emissions, and they’re expected to continue increasing through 2030, according to Goldman Sachs.

December 2, 2022

Legislation , Emissions , ESG

How E&Ps’ ESG Disclosures Fare Ahead of SEC Proposals

Haynes Boone partner Stephen Grant explained how forthcoming regulations from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Committee will affect how public oil and gas companies implement ESG metrics into their businesses.

November 30, 2022