Oil and Gas Investor discusses risks and impacts of modern trends on bottom lines with Coleman Rowland at BKD, Gerrad Heep with Grant Thornton, Brian Baumler at PKF Texas, and Daron Fredrickson with Merit Advisors.
Carbon capture technologies such as CCUS offer an opportunity to fast-track the energy transition, but experts say murky regulations in the U.S. are obstructing its path to a zero-carbon economy.
The Swedish activist will testify virtually before the House Oversight Committee’s subcommittee on the environment.
As Biden’s presidency nears 60 days, Alex Dewar, energy expert with Boston Consulting Group, explains how climate change is standing out as one the highest priorities of the new administration and how that is affecting the oil and gas industry.
The so-called NOPEC bill, introduced by Representative Steve Chabot, would allow the U.S. Justice Department to bring anti-trust lawsuits against oil-producing countries in OPEC.
There’s no way to spin it, these are scary and challenging times for oil and gas executives as the Biden administration turns energy policy 180 degrees and focuses nearly everything through the lens of climate change, while industry opponents gear up to seize their opportunities over the next four years. Here’s an in-depth look at energy policy and oil and gas in 2021.
The move by Washington state to stop sales of gas-powered cars comes as efforts to boost adoption of electric vehicles are accelerating over concerns about fossil fuels’ contribution to climate change.
Critics accuse the $16 billion provision in Biden’s proposed infrastructure package to plug abandoned oil wells across the U.S. of being a bailout for the oil and gas industry.
The initiative is part of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s efforts to strengthen state influence over the energy market at the expense of private capital.