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Western economies are using Africa's natural gas energy whilst its own nations are disenfranchised, unable to build infrastructure to power green economy.
We need a global approach to developing measures against plastic pollution and regulating the petrochemicals industry.
Gas flaring is an environmental disaster and a waste of precious resources. Here's how to meet the World Bank's goal to end routine flaring by 2030.
Extreme winter weather in Texas caused energy shortages and threatened health and safety. A mix of energy sources could be the way forward, say two experts.
Demand for oil and gas is likely to remain, albeit lowered, for the foreseeable future, so the challenge is how to invest in the lowest emitting options.
From 1880, the Earth's average surface temperature has risen by 0.07°C every decade, significantly fuelled by human developments such as industrial revolutions.
The oil and gas sector must start planning and working together as it faces an increasingly uncertain future – and doing so will unlock new opportunities.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a dramatic effect on the price of metals, energy and food, with record lows for oil and highs for gold. Here's the World Bank's forecast for their recovery.
How can investors separate the oil and gas industry's climate leaders and laggards? Here are five metrics that can help investors make the right decisions.
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.