US Settles Air Pollution Cases With Three Natural Gas Processors

The Biden Administration agreed on separate settlements worth $25 million in total with three natural gas processors to reduce air pollution across 12 states.

UAE's COP28 President-designate Says World Needs Climate 'Course Correction'

"As COP28 president, I will lay out a roadmap for COP28 that is inclusive, results-oriented and far from business as usual," Sultan al-Jaber said.

Russia Likely to Spy More on Norway's Energy Industry, Says Norway Security Policy

"Norway's role as an energy supplier to Europe has assumed even greater security policy importance as a result of the war in Ukraine," Norway's police security agency said.

BP Azerbaijan Declares Force Majeure on Crude Loadings from Turkey's Ceyhan Port

Turkey was struck with a series of deadly earthquakes on Feb. 6, leading to a temporary suspension of BP Azerbaijan loading operations.

Texas Oil Regulator Advises Pipeline Operators to Prepare for Severe Winter Conditions

The Texas Railroad Commission advised operators to secure all personnel, equipment and facilities, as well as monitor and prepare operations for potential severe weather impacts.

Feds Approve Preliminary Restart of Freeport LNG’s Texas Facility

Freeport has yet to seek permission from federal regulators to restart the liquefaction trains, and analysts have said they expect most of the plant's production to remain offline until March or later.

Texas Regulator Proposes Power Market Overhaul After 2021 Freeze

The market redesign is the latest of several efforts by Texas regulators to ensure reliability of electricity supplyafter a February 2021 deep freeze that killed more than 200 people and left around 4.5 million Texas homes and businesses without power and heat.

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.

As Leaders Fly to Davos, How Do Private Jets Affect the Climate?

As political and business leaders gathered at the Davos resort for the World Economic Forum, 1,040 private jets flew in for the event, leading to a discussion on the effects of private air travel on the environment.

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China’s COVID Pivot Boosts Oil, Gas, LNG Demand

An abrupt policy change by China’s President Xi Jinping regarding his zero-COVID policy could see the Asian giant adding 600,000 bbl/d to global oil demand growth in 2023 in addition to the country’s greater need for gas and LNG.