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  • The UK’s Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has published a comprehensive roadmap setting out the critical technologies needed to deliver an integrated net zero energy system on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS), highlighting the major economic opportunity this transformation offers.Closing the ga...

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  • It has been a long and costly two decades of carbon capture and storage (CCS) studies and test centres. Now Europe has reached a stage where big-scale developments make financial sense and could trigger up to $35bn in development spending until 2035 – by which time as much as 75mn tonnes of CO2 coul...

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  • The government is to support a series of projects aimed at making progress towards a net zero future, including a highly ambitious initiative to develop zero emission air transport. First, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that UK industry will receive around £350mn to cut down carbon emiss...

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  • The Norwegian government recently put forward a green transition package of NKr3.6bn ($0.38bn), with hydrogen, building renovation, batteries, offshore wind, the circular economy, green shipping and other forms of green energy mentioned specifically.Following the announcement, a hydrogen strategy wa...

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  • The oil market collapse caused by the COVID-19 pandemic is set to delay several oil and gas developments in Western Europe, putting capital expenditure (capex) in the offshore sector on a continued downwards trajectory through 2022, reports Rystad Energy.In light of the postponement of multiple fina...

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  • Investments in solar and wind energy projects by the world’s oil majors until 2025 are expected to exceed $18bn, a Rystad Energy analysis finds. But a closer look at the numbers reveals that some $10bn, or 55% of the amount, is expected to be invested by a single company, Equinor, the only operator ...

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  • The low price environment has slowed oil and gas activity in Central Asia and the Caspian area, writes Joe Murphy. However, international financing and assistance has helped several of the Caspian states to begin harnessing their renewable resource potential.

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  • The new ‘Green Deal’ proposed by the European Commission will increase regional policy support for renewable energy growth, just as several international development banks are boosting their own commitments in the same area. Keith Nuthall reports.

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  • Many oil and gas companies are making moves in to the low carbon sector. While much remains to be done, aligning investor portfolios with a 2°C world should not rule out holdings in the energy sector, writes Lydia Rainforth, Analyst at Barclays.

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  • Much has been made of the runaway success of offshore wind in recent years, particularly in the UK and Europe. But has the tremendous political and financial enthusiasm for the sector come at the expense of onshore renewables? There's little doubt that subsidy cuts have shaped the landscape in the U...

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