The contract awarded to Equinor to provide generation capacity to New York with renewable power is set to position the Empire State as an offshore wind industry hub.
Saudi Arabia Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman unveiled plans in a rare televised appearance to build a zero-carbon city to house a million residents in "carbon-positive urban developments powered by 100% clean energy."
The partnership reduces friction for clients of Validere—the first and only data-intelligence platform for oil and gas product quality—seeking to differentiate their products based on ESG factors, including methane emissions, CEO Nouman Ahmad says.
Here’s a look at the different reputational risks oil and gas companies are facing as they chase ESG goals in an effort to address increasing pressures from environmentalists and investors.
Elected on a promise of a $2 trillion green energy plan, U.S. President-elect Joe Biden’s ambitions could be curtailed by political reality.
Exxon Mobil, the largest U.S. oil producer, said the emissions from its product sales in 2019 were equivalent to 730 million metric tons of CO₂, higher than rival oil majors.
The U.S. oil and gas industry is under extreme pressure by capital providers, stakeholders and elected officials to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and to show compliance to globally accepted climate change goals. Can a hydrocarbon-producing company win in this scenario?
Opportune Managing Director Amy Stutzman offers her thoughts on why ESG matters to the oil and gas industry, how mid-sized and smaller independent E&P operators can differentiate themselves from their peers and more.