Given that the world will rely on fossil fuels for decades, even with the most stringent government policies to reduce energy use, oil companies face their own climate emergency. How can they retain social legitimacy?
Oil and gas companies have come under huge public and investor pressure in recent years to reduce carbon emissions from their operations and the products they sell.
The low-carbon era is nearly upon us, say panelists at Gastech, and it brings huge marketplace changes.
Students and young professionals who meet with top executives express skepticism.
A group of 13 major oil companies charted out a plan on Sept. 23 to promote investments in carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), ahead of a gathering in New York.
Not all in the industry are in favor of the Trump administration’s rollback, and the expected litigation will put operators into limbo again.
The Trump administration on Aug. 29 proposed rescinding Obama-era limits on oil and gas industry emissions of methane.
The partnership builds upon Exxon Mobil’s research portfolio of technologies aimed at improving energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.