by on July 21, 2021
Wesley Johnson, Energy Knect The pressure to shift towards a low carbon future is certainly not a novel concept. Pressures to save our planet from ‘doomsday’ has been around for decades and the discovery of global warming dates back to the late 18th century. So why the sudden change? ...
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by on June 23, 2021
The O&G Industry- so much pressure, but little know-how. Wesley Johnson, Energy Knect. The Oil & Gas industry is under increasing pressures to reduce its carbon footprint, not next month, not tomorrow, but now. ...
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by on June 18, 2021
CMS Legal Asia-Pacific, European Union, Global, Middle East, South Africa, United Kingdom June 17 2021 After an extraordinary year of health and economic challenges, the global oil and gas sector has an essential role to play in the economic recovery. The same could however be said of any economic recovery and expansion over the past 100 years – during this time oil and gas companies have provided most of the primary energy that has fuelled huge economic growth. But this time does look dif...
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by on June 18, 2021
June 17, 2021 Global efforts to reduce carbon emissions are accelerating and most industries are searching for new ways to reduce their carbon footprint in the years and decades to come. Shipping is also under scrutiny and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has set a carbon intensity reduction target, proposing strict technical requirements that are scheduled to be approved this year and take effect from 2023. One of the effects of these new requirements is likely to involve slow-s...
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by on June 14, 2021
March 9, 2021- Rystad Energy The energy world is changing, and quicker than most experts predicted only a year ago. The adaptation of renewable energy technologies is accelerating, even during the pandemic, and three contenders – carbon capture and storage (CCS), battery storage and hydrogen – have begun a competitive race to reduce emissions and assist the increasing number of countries, industries and companies that are setting net-zero targets. To address the energy transition and ident...
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by on June 14, 2021
Slowing down as electric vehicles accelerate, oil demand set to peak at 101.6 million bpd in 2026 April 21, 2021 The adoption of electrification in transport and other oil-dependent sectors is accelerating and is set to chip away at oil sooner and faster than in our previous forecast. As a result of this transition, Rystad Energy is downgrading its peak oil demand forecast to 101.6 million barrels per day (bpd), a pinnacle that will come in 2026, earlier than thought, plateauing before fal...
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by on June 14, 2021
Highlights from Renewable Energy Trends Report May 2021 Rystad Energy, June 2021 Utility solar PV PPA prices are up 2% from $55/MWh in 2020 to $56/MWh in April 2021. A total of 7.1 GWAC of solar PPAs have been signed year-to-date. ...
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by on June 4, 2021
The energy landscape is undergoing a fast transformation, and the hydrocarbon value chain’s very fabric is being tested as it will continue to be over the coming years. To help make sense of the changing energy landscape, Siemens prefers to explain the main drivers behind energy transformation using the 4-D model of “Decentralization, Digitalization, Decarbonization and Democratization” Decentralization affects the midstream sector at both ends of the pipeline. Growth in unconventional upstre...
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by on September 11, 2020
Wesley Johnson- Managing Director- Energy Knect   Introduction  ...
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