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
OGCI focuses on practical actions to address the climate challenge.
OGCI member Shell set out its strategy to accelerate the company’s transformation into a provider of net-zero emissions energy products and services, powered by growth in its customer-facing businesses.
OGCI published its annual Progress Report this month outlining the progress it made over the year in key areas like reducing methane and carbon dioxide emissions, advancing its CCUS KickStarter hubs and working to accelerate the decarbonization of transport.
OGCI Climate Investments’ Daniel Palmer talks to experts about using satellites to monitor methane emissions.
OGCI‘s 2020 progress report aims to show how we are fulfilling the pledge we made in our Open Letter in May of this year, to continue urgent and practical action on climate change. Our focus is on action that has real impact now and delivers on decarbonization in the coming decades.
Our latest progress report, Delivering on a low carbon future, summarizes OGCI’s initiatives and achievements in 2020.
OGCI member Occidental announced a target to reach net zero emissions associated with its operations before 2040 and an ambition to achieve net zero emissions associated with the use of its products by 2050. Occidental is the first US oil major to announce a net zero ambition that includes Scope 3 emissions.