Trade

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…

Opinion: Dam, that’s a lot of men

Port Evolution, headed up by James Sutcliffe, made a name for itself back in 2007 after it oversaw the development…

Opinion: Shipping industry to IMO – No. More. Excuses.

At COP27, industry actors from a major, carbon-intensive sector very publicly stepped up their commitments to decarbonise. Private sector leaders…

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…

Argentina’s troubled road towards green hydrogen

Argentina has pledged a green recovery back from unsustainable debt and Covid-19. However, there are contradictions. On the one hand,…

Can Russia pivot its energy market away from Europe and towards Asia?

A couple of months after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin gave a press conference on the status of…

The Energy Charter Treaty has not aged well

Over a year ago, the International Energy Agency (IEA) called for an immediate end to fossil fuel expansion if the…

Opinion: The global LNG boom US exporters are chasing won’t materialise

The US liquified natural gas (LNG) export industry is in the middle of a charm offensive meant to greenwash its…

Opinion: US LNG is becoming a zero-sum game

Last week’s explosion at the Freeport LNG export plant in Texas has thrown into stark relief the trade-offs inherent in…

Maersk: turning around an emissions super-tanker

Maersk is serious about tackling climate change. Earlier this year, the shipping giant announced it will bring forward its target…