Oil and Gas

Exclusive: How just 25 oil companies are set to blow the world’s 1.5°C carbon budget

The future oil and gas extraction plans of just 25 companies are set to blow the world's 1.5°C carbon budget,…

World’s largest asset managers block climate action amid anti-ESG backlash 

While 2022 was the hottest year on record for a number of countries globally, the world’s largest asset managers' progress…

Why banks aren’t taking responsibility for a huge share of their scope 3 emissions

If banks are going to reach net-zero emissions by 2050, they will likely have to set targets to reduce their…

How to achieve a just transition for fossil fuel workers

Poland produces more coal than any other country in the EU. For southern Polish towns like Libiąż, coal runs as…

Gas in Australia: The elephant in the room

Since swooping to power in late May, the Anthony Albanese-led Labor government in Australia has moved quickly to implement key…

The ten countries that produce the world’s dirtiest electricity

Electrification is at the heart of decarbonisation, but it only makes sense if those grids are powered by clean energy.…

Weekly data: How one field has transformed Norway’s oil fortunes

The global energy supply crisis has been kind to Norway. With the EU scrambling to source alternative energy sources after…

Why banks are key to turning the tide on oil and gas

At the end of October, just ahead of the COP27 climate conference, Lloyds Banking Group – the UK’s biggest domestic…

Energy efficiency projects for gas infrastructure are an overlooked solution

https://youtu.be/TQzKcX3wjqs Energy Monitor reporter Dave Keating (right) speaks with Marco Baresi, institutional affairs director at Turboden, at COP27's Italian Pavilion…

Brussels pleads with countries to stay in the Energy Charter Treaty

These days, it is hard to find anyone arguing with a straight face that the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) has…