Many of Indonesia’s oil and gas fields, both on and offshore, are coming to the end of their commercially viable operational lifespan. More than 60% of Indonesia’s oil and more than 30% of gas production comes from late-life-cycle resources spread across the world’s largest island country. Despite investment and use […]
A list of some of the consulting, journalism and public relations work completed for various clients in the month of November 2019 for various clients Business Development ABB Power Grids Met with Rebecca Bleasdale Head of External Communications & Content at ABB Power Grids To discuss the evolution of the […]
Ultimately a mixture of fiscal and technological carrots and sticks will be needed to ensure the UK meets its net-zero targets. On the demand side this would mean the end to all new airports expansions and major funding in building energy efficiency. On the supply side much to some environmentalists concerns serious investment in a new fleet of mini nuclear power plants, together with major government backing in carbon capture and storage technologies, including the turning of redundant oil and gas fields in carbon sinks.
Climate anxiety is the driver for oil and gas companies turning themselves greener.
The oil and gas industry needs a decommissioning strategy to help meet the UK’s Paris Accord commitments and the net zero carbon emissions by 2050 target, as the country moves ahead in its energy transition. Decommissioning is only one strand of the oil and gas sector’s efforts to reduce their carbon footprint and, at the same time, is an essential requirement to ensure continuing investor and government support in new North Sea projects.