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Phillips 66 to Cut 30% Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030

U.S Refiner Phillips 66 plans to reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensity from its operations and energy products by 2030, setting impactful, attainable and measurable targets for the company. The company plans to reduce Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions intensity from operations by 30% and Scope 3 emissions intensity of its energy products by 15%, […]

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Wipro to Reach Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2040

Wipro Limited, a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company, today announced its commitment to achieving Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 2040 in line with the objective of the Paris Agreement to cap temperature rise to 1.5°C. Wipro, while unveiling its pledge on Earth Day, also set an intermediate target of […]

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Liberty Acquires Renewable Natural Gas Platform; Partners On Hydrogen Hub Project

US power utility Liberty has announced the completion of its acquisition of Sandhill Advanced Biofuels- a leading renewable energy company that looks to upgrade biogas to renewable natural gas. Sandhill Advanced Biofuels boasts of a portfolio of four projects in the state of Wisconsin, USA. Liberty is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Algonquin Power & Utilities […]

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Sojitz Corporation, Osaka Gas, Looop Partner for Rooftop Solar in Vietnam

Sojitz Osaka Gas Energy Company Ltd. (“SOGEC”), a joint venture company between Sojitz Corporation (“Sojitz”) and Osaka Gas Co., Ltd. (“Osaka Gas”), has partnered with Looop Inc. (“Looop”) to establish a new joint venture company SOL Energy Company Limited (“SOL Energy”) as of October 21. Moving forward, SOL Energy will begin operations of a rooftop […]

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Green Group Files Climate Lawsuit Against Australian Gas Major Santos

In a landmark move, green group Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility (ACCR) is suing oil and gas major Santos Ltd, challenging the company’s claims that natural gas provides “clean energy” and that it has a “credible and clear plan” to achieve “net zero” emissions by 2040 in the Federal Court of Australia. This is the first […]

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‘Blue’ Hydrogen Worse for Climate Than Coal, Gas, Diesel, Finds Study

Could a supposedly “clean” and “green” energy source’s use harm the climate more than burning fossil fuel does? According to Cornell and Stanford University researchers, “blue” hydrogen, which is currently being lauded as a way to reduce global warming, is one such source. Blue hydrogen involves a process for making hydrogen by using methane in natural […]

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Energy Transition May Cost Upstream Oil & Gas Sector $14 T: WoodMac

Even a rapidly transitioning world needs oil and gas supply for decades to come The energy transition represents US$14 trillion worth of uncertainty for upstream oil and gas, according to a new report by Wood Mackenzie. Oil and gas is a risky business. Over the years, those risks have been tempered by a single tenet […]

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Bangladesh Needs a Renewables Focus, Not a Switch From ‘Coal to Gas’: IEEFA

Renewables are cheaper and more sustainable than gas imports, and can provide better energy security in developing nations The emerging markets of Bangladesh and Vietnam are alluring for foreign energy companies looking to make money in the region. But these nations stand to lose both economically and environmentally through a pivot from coal to gas. […]

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