Saturday , February 24 2024

Gas

Technology to drive oil, gas industry methane emission targets

The launch at COP28 of the landmark Oil and Gas Decarbonization Charter (OGDC), a global industry Charter dedicated to speeding up climate action and achieving high-scale impact across the oil and gas sectors, firmly put the spotlight on the millions of tons of methane (CH4) pumped into the atmosphere during …

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Getting oil and gas working for Africa

Issued by: Wood Mackenzie Africa is yet to see anything close to a full return on its massive oil and gas resources. With one-third of the continent – almost 500 million people – still having no access to electricity, ending energy poverty across Africa is among the planet’s most urgent …

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RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR: Scramble for gas set to benefit Mozambique, Tanzania gas projects

Russia’s attack on Ukraine has given investments in Africa’s liquefied natural gas projects fresh impetus as Europe seeks to find new energy sources to starve Russia of funds to fuel the war. In  Mozambique, which has huge deposits of hydrocarbons, the government is receiving interest from companies in its latest …

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‘GIP brings established global capabilities to the Pluto Train 2 JV’

ASX-listed Woodside CEO, Meg O’Neill, has revealed that the company is looking forward to developing Pluto Train 2 in close collaboration with GIP as they bring vast global capabilities.  Woodside Energy has completed the sale of a 49% non-operating participating interest in the Pluto Train 2 joint venture (JV) to …

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The African Oil & Gas Sector Needs An Energy Boost

The past 18 months have torn through industry and sector globally, leaving behind complex layers of economic instability and financial growth uncertainty. For the oil and gas sector, these months have hit the bottom line like a hammer – as the African Energy Chamber (AEC) Africa Energy Outlook 2021 report …

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EITI will help the country combat flow of illicit funds-Govt officials

Some officials believe that Uganda’s signing up to the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) will help the country combat the flow of illicit funds. Uganda became a member of EITI on August 12, thereby committing to making public some of the payments from its extractive industry. While addressing a multi-stakeholder …

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