Investment , Markets , Legislation , Emissions , Renewables , Midstream

The US and Climate: New York’s Bold Green Plans Hit Opposition

The Empire State’s ambitious goals to cut emissions by building new renewable energy infrastructure are being slowed by a tortuous planning process.

September 3, 2020

Restructurings , People , Master Limited Partnerships , Legislation , Infrastructure , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Mergers , Midstream , Construction , Pipelines

Q&A: How Ethan Bellamy Found His Way Back to Oil and Gas

East Daley Capital Advisors’ new midstream strategy director discusses structural changes in the industry, how the upcoming elections could affect energy and his new gig.

September 3, 2020

Exploration & Production , Emissions , Digital Oilfield

Managing H2S Recovery Using Analytics

Reduce emissions by improving sulfur recovery unit performance with self-service industrial analytics.

September 1, 2020

Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Shale Plays , Completions

E&P Tech: Leading the Way in Green Completions

The Sand Commander is the only sand extraction and water filtration system that provides an ESG solution for the sand, gas, oil and water components of a well completion.

August 31, 2020

Public Capital , Emissions , Renewables , Acquisitions & Divestitures , Joint Ventures

Eni Expands Wind, Solar Position in US with Multimillion-dollar Deal

Through Novis—a partnership between the Italian supermajor and Falck Renewables, Eni will acquire a stake in BEHUS, which develops wind and solar projects in the U.S.

August 27, 2020

Public Capital , Exploration & Production , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Shale Plays

Shale Producer Range Resources Sets 2025 Net-zero Emissions Target

U.S. shale producer Range Resources said it already ranks as a leader in emissions reductions among its peers, citing third-party data.

August 27, 2020

Business , Exploration & Production , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Midstream

Experts: Oil and Gas Industry Suffers a Credibility Gap

The message about abundant, affordable energy and lower emissions is lost because of a lack of trust, say panelists at a Colorado conference.

August 26, 2020

Investment , Legislation , Emissions , Renewables

US Senate Democrats Unveil $400 Billion-a-Year Plan to Tackle Climate Change

Some environmental groups said the plan unveiled by Senate Democrats on Aug. 25 did not go far enough and called for elimination of subsidies for oil and gas companies.

August 25, 2020

Investment , Trade , Methane , Legislation , Emissions , Renewables , Shale Plays

Biden’s US Energy Policy Gamble

Republicans say Joe Biden’s promise to invest $2 trillion in green energy threatens tens of thousands of jobs in the oil and gas sector.

August 25, 2020

Policy & Regulations , Legislation , Health, Safety & Environment , Emissions , Shale Plays , Construction , Pipelines

States’ Fights: Why Local Elections are Critical to Oil and Gas

In Colorado, E&Ps watch the SB-181 rulemaking progress; in Alaska, the ballot issue concerns higher taxes for North Slope producers.

August 24, 2020