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COVID-19 and investor demands are driving change in the oil and gas sector. Here are three ways the industry can play its part in the Great Reset.
A new report from BP has shown that the world has already passed “peak oil” demand, and that demand for it could fall as much as 50% over the next 20 years.
The oil and gas industry is facing unprecedented challenges in 2020 – but the responses the industry has deployed in the past may not be sufficient today.
BP plans to cut its oil and gas output by 40% by 2030 and spend $5 billion a year on low-carbon projects, to become one of world's biggest green power producers.
A study looks at how much global average temperatures will increase by in the long-term following a doubling of carbon dioxide concentrations.
Blocking funding for gas energy projects in Africa could hinder countries' development and the transition to clean energy. Here are a dozen reasons why.
Demand for oil is falling, and investors are turning away from the sector. Here's how companies can turn this risk into a long-term business opportunity.
Growing scepticism about long-term oil demand in a post-coronavirus world is putting pressure on big oil companies to change how they do business.
The effects of COVID-19 on commodities has been dramatic, with oil prices plunging and demand predicted to drop more than ever before.
The Arab region is reeling from the shocks of COVID-19 and the fall in oil prices - but this crisis offers states a chance to build economies fit for the future
COVID-19 and the subsequent collapse in oil prices have created an opportunity for unprecedented global collaboration on a sustainable energy transition.
As demand for oil reaches an all-time low, many countries are shutting down production as there is nowhere left to store it.
As lockdowns forced factories to close and people to stop travelling, global demand for oil has reduced by 29 million barrels a day.
The price of crude oil has reached a record low - caused by a surplus in supply and a significant drop in demand, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The double shock to oil markets of coronavirus and an international price war could keep prices low for many months - but there may be a silver lining.