Eni is using solar energy as a hybrid power option across a series of their oil and gas operations in emerging countries.
In 2018 Petrobras announced its support for the World Bank’s Zero Routine Flaring by 2030 initiative.
Total launched its US$300 million Energy Efficiency Plan in 2018, aiming to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its refining and chemicals operations by around one million tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
Equinor has eliminated 2 million tonnes of annual CO2 emissions from its Norwegian operations over the past decade through energy efficiency initiatives.
Having reduced upstream operated carbon intensity by 20% since 2014, Eni is on track to achieve its company target of 43% reduction by 2025.
Chevron’s new solar plant is expected to provide approximately 80% of energy needs at the Lost Hills oil field
The Cracker of the Future consortium plans to develop technologies that can heat 800°C+ furnaces with electricity instead of fossil fuels.