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Hydrogen markets
The natural gas sector has not had a good week after Shell was ordered by a court in the Hague to slash its carbon emissions by 45 per cent before the end of 2030. Shell has substantial liquefied natural gas assets in Australia and there is every reason to believe that its local operations will...
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Green ammonia
Strong Asian LNG demand for summer and tight supply amid maintenance and outages at multiple terminals have helped the market absorb the spot LNG cargoes rejected by India due to its COVID-19 related lockdowns, according to traders and market participants.
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G7 Agrees to stop financing coal projects
The world's seven largest advanced economies have agreed to stop international financing of coal projects that emit carbon by the end of this year, and phase out such support for all fossil fuels, to meet globally agreed climate change targets.
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eWaste
According to the United Nations more than 50 million tonnes of electronic waste was discarded in 2019
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Oil becomes a renewable
Last week a raft of oil majors released their first-quarter results, with companies like Royal Dutch Shell Plc showing a return to pre-pandemic profit levels. At the same time, some of the majors increased their energy transition commitments: as my Bloomberg Intelligence colleagues Salih Yilmaz and Will Hares noted on Twitter, Spanish firm Repsol SA devoted 40% of its capital...
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Gas customers in the ACT face higher bills in the next five years after the energy regulator allowed a network request to extract more money from its customers before many of them switch to alternative technologies such as renewables.
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New Zealand is the first country in the world to introduce legislation requiring banks, insurers and investment managers to report on the effects on their businesses on climate change.
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World Bank Headquarters
As part of the ongoing debate on the means to achieve decarbonization for the maritime industry, the World Bank weighs in on the issue with a series of new research reports providing its perspective for policymakers and the industry.
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World Bank Headquarters
Offshore wind will play an important role in the Majors' plans to transform against the backdrop of the global energy transition. Some of the European Majors, such as Equinor and Shell, have been on that road for several years. However, other European major oil companies have recently adopted radical shifts in strategic direction that will...
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Pacific Islander Dreaming
One way to cut effluents while earning revenues is to price the carbon content of domestic production and imports, be it energy or transport. With the International Monetary Fund endorsing the European Union’s plan to impose carbon levies on imports, India can be among the first movers in the developing world in taxing and switching...
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