Persistent carbon Emissions Signal Climate Change Goals are Out of Reach

While global carbon emissions growth is slowing, the persistent rise is a warning that governments aren’t doing enough to stave off the worst consequences of climate change, according to a new report. Carbon-dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels likely increased by 0.6% this year, down from 2.1% in 2018, according to a report from the

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Industry Report Calls for Action to Progress UK Carbon Capture and Storage

A comprehensive report into the changing energy landscape has called for urgent action to progress low carbon technologies critical to the UK and Scottish Government’s net zero ambitions. It says government and industry must work together to progress to the next stage five key projects across the UK which look to capture, transport and store

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OPEC+ Sending Mixed Signals About Deeper Output Cuts

OPEC and its allies sent mixed signals about whether they were considering deeper production cuts, fanning oil-market speculation before crucial talks in Vienna this week. Iraq, which has the worst record among major producers of implementing the group’s current supply deal, pushed for steeper cutbacks. Oil Minister Thamir Ghadhban said the group should remove another

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Greenpeace Banned from Unmanned North Sea Oil Platforms

A energy company has won a court order which prevents environmentalists from boarding unmanned North Sea installations. Lawyers acting for Shell obtained an interim interdict against Greenpeace at the Court of Session in Edinburgh on Wednesday. The firm launched a legal action after protesters boarded platforms in the Brent field off Shetland last month. Hot

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