Some things are certain in the quest for a low-carbon energy system. Wind and solar will have a major role to play, for example. Hydrogen and carbon capture, utilisation and storage will be key for hard-to-abate sectors. But then there are areas where there is still a question mark. Nuclear energy is one of those.
It’s that time of year when we lay down plans for the next 12 months—and second-guess movements in an ever-changing market.
Much has been written about this year’s 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP26. A success or a failure, depends on who you listen to.
For oil and gas leaders, the challenge is how to go from villain to hero without resorting to self-immolation. A case in point: should we increase investment in natural gas when the European Investment Bank thinks “gas is over”?
There has been much talk about natural gas as a transition fuel, but is there any evidence that explorers are now targeting more gas in exploration?