From zero 10 years ago, U.S. offshore wind projects set for $78 billion in capital investment this decade.
The dream of a battery-centric energy supply is seductive, but the reality is that proponents of such a transformation misunderstand the capabilities and limitations of battery technology.
Given that the world will rely on fossil fuels for decades, even with the most stringent government policies to reduce energy use, oil companies face their own climate emergency. How can they retain social legitimacy?
New report finds that oil majors are pursuing energy transition strategies with shifts in product offerings and investment. Here's what they're doing.
The new CEO, Anders Opedal who had been executive vice president for technology, projects and drilling, replaces Eldar Saetre who will retire after more than 40 years at Norway's biggest company.
Natural gas will fuel power generation for years to come, says Dominion Energy even as it sells its gas business to Warren Buffet’s Berkshire Hathaway in a transaction worth nearly $10 billion.
After a rough second quarter that included a historic collapse in oil prices, Bryan Benoit, a principal at Grant Thornton Financial Advisors who also leads the firm’s energy advisory practice, says he’s starting to see green shoots ahead for the industry.
Tellurian’s Meg Gentle anticipates rising demand coinciding with slower production growth.
An analysis reveals the tipping point between commercial viability of fixed and floating foundations could be at a greater water depth than previously expected.
The application of oil and gas know-how to dynamic power cables is transmitting success to deepwater windfarms.
The new turbine, which was entirely designed and produced in Baker Hughes' plants in Italy and can be fueled by a mix of natural gas and up to 10% of hydrogen, will be installed by next year.