Representatives from ExxonMobil and various government agencies – including Dutch minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy Eric Wiebes, Port of Rotterdam CEO Allard Castelein, and, from the US Embassy, Shawn Crowley – gathered at the Port of Rotterdam to mark the start-up of ExxonMobil’s new advanced hydrocracker facility at the port. Continue reading ExxonMobil celebrates new Rotterdam hydrocracker installation
CWL Energy has unveiled new plans for what could become the UK’s biggest onshore wind farm.
ExxonMobil, through its Mobil lubrication brand, has released its new MobilGard M420 oil for medium-speed marine engines.
This 20BN oil has Continue reading Mobil adds MobilGard M420 to its marine range
ExxonMobil CEO, Darren Woods, has told shareholders that he expects the company’s downstream earning’s potential to more than double between 2017 and 2025 based on 2017 adjusted returns. Continue reading ExxonMobil to double downstream earnings
According to the Global Wind Industry Council, the continent of Africa will see its wind power generation capacity double over the coming four years. Continue reading Africa to see accelerated wind power uptake
Two unnamed industry sources have told Reuters that Russia’s oil production has continued to fall in the wake of April’s discovery of contaminated oil shipments in the Druzhba pipeline to Europe.
Some five million tonnes of Continue reading Russian oil output falls further on oil contamination
According to a new report for the UK Government by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), UK wind power would need to grow by almost 10 times if the country is to get to a state of net-zero carbon emissions by Continue reading UK wind power could grow tenfold
According to Rystad Energy, an independent energy research and business intelligence company, US onshore production is set to grow by around 16% this year – an increase of between 1.1 million and 1.2 million barrels per Continue reading US shale oil production to grow substantially
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has said in its monthly report that it expects rising US oil production to offset the declining production in Venezuela and Iran.
The US Government recently decided to Continue reading IEA releases monthly report
The British power sector managed to supply electricity for an entire week without burning any coal for power. This marks the first week without coal-based electricity since 1882, when the first coal-fired power plant opened at Continue reading British power goes whole week without coal