U.S.-based Exxon Mobil and Chevron this week focused their investor outlooks on sharp growth in oil and gas output, a stark contrast from their European rivals.
Exxon Mobil started its methane reduction program in its shale fields in 2016 and said it has been able to reduce emissions from its U.S. unconventional operations by 20%.
Three banks say they will not finance drilling, even as Trump administration lowers barriers.
Dougie McMichael, director of Bakken well factory planning and execution at Hess, expands on the company’s productivity and the technology drivers in the play in this one-on-one interview with Jessica Morales at the recent DUG Bakken & Rockies Conference & Exhibition in Denver.
Discussions at this year’s IP Week, including from IEA’s Fatih Birol, illustrated the increasing sense of urgency among the oil and gas industry in addressing climate issues.
Western Energy Alliance and two other U.S.-based trade organizations do not “share our ambitious and progressive approach to the energy transition,” says BP CEO Bernard Looney.
Oil companies eyeing the Great Australian Bight have long battled opposition from green groups concerned about potential damage to fishing towns.
From renewable power projects to cutting emissions from oil and gas operations, supermajors on both sides of the Atlantic are taking different approaches to going greener.