The East Coast Cluster, including Net Zero Teesside, has been named as one of the UK’s first carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) clusters following a successful bid to the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
TotalEnergies, a founding member of the OGCI, has announced the deployment of Qnergy’s innovative methane reduction technology at their Barnett gas field in the United States.
OGCI has published its updated performance data, covering the four years to 2020. It shows continued progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
OGCI’s report looks at the value and opportunities for deployment of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS), as China works towards carbon neutrality by 2060.
OGCI has revised its collective upstream targets for 2025. These near-term targets support OGCI’s new strategy to accelerate both ambition and action, and reflect progress made in reducing aggregate greenhouse gas emissions since 2017.
In a new strategy to drive deep reductions in greenhouse gases, all OGCI companies announced they share the ambition to achieve net zero emissions from their operations, within the timeframe set by the Paris Agreement. The 12 companies will also leverage their influence to achieve the same in their non-operated assets.
bp announced plans to develop the UK’s largest clean hydrogen production facility in Teesside. It will use the carbon transport and storage facilities that are emerging as part of the Net Zero Teesside hub to transform natural gas into hydrogen, capturing and storing the carbon dioxide produced in the process in the hub’s collective offshore storage facility.
Chevron announces new intensity targets and additional low carbon spending plans
The CO2 transport and storage company Northern Lights JV DA was formally launched in Norway, as an equal partnership between three OGCI member companies – Equinor, Shell and Total
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