All articles by Juliet Martin

Juliet Martin

How can miners determine the best mix of water-energy usage for their unique constraints?

Copper miners are facing an increasingly complex operating environment with variable weather, a rapidly evolving energy market, and sustainability goals. Thankfully, water modelling can help the industry better understand the relationship between water and energy and better adapt to the challenges of tomorrow.

Investing in Europe’s post-pandemic net zero future

Emilio Zito, Head of Mergers & Acquisitions and Head of Investors & Markets at EDF Group, discusses investing in the European renewable energy sector.

A material problem: decarbonising hard-to-abate materials in the MENA region and beyond

Lowering emissions is the first step in the energy transition, but reducing CO2 alone is not enough to achieve carbon neutrality, says Professor Emmanouil Kakaras of NEXT Energy Business at MHI and Dr Alexander Fleischanderl of Primetals Technologies.

A material problem: decarbonising hard-to-abate materials in the MENA region and beyond

Lowering emissions is the first step in the energy transition, but reducing CO2 alone is not enough to achieve carbon neutrality, says Professor Emmanouil Kakaras of NEXT Energy Business at MHI and Dr Alexander Fleischanderl of Primetals Technologies.

Commercial-scale methane pyrolysis: The key to carbon-negative hydrogen

International industry leader Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. has joined forces with ambitious innovator Monolith to develop its world-first commercial-scale methane pyrolysis facility, to produce carbon-zero and even carbon-negative hydrogen