Cyclists who perform their own bicycle maintenance will know what an awkward and messy business it can be to lubricate the chain, yet Continue reading New bike chain lubrication aid seeks funding
The US Energy Information Administration has projected in its 2019 Annual Energy Outlook that tight oil, which is also often referred to as shale oil, production will continue to grow and drive increasing US oil production long into the future.Continue reading Tight oil to continue driving US production growth
People in the US who live near wind turbines prefer to keep them rather than swap them for a fossil fuel power plant or a solar installation, according to new analysis published in Nature Energy for an existing large-scale survey.Continue reading Survey reveals positive attitude towards wind turbines
After nearly 20 years of operation, Blyth Offshore Wind Farm, which was the UK’s first wind farm situated offshore, will be decommissioned according to its operator, E.ON Energy.Continue reading Britain’s premier offshore wind farm to go offline
US oil companies ExxonMobil and Chevron have both sharply raised their production forecasts for their upstream operations in the Permian Basin. They claim that improvements in drilling technology means that these operations can turn a profit, even with lower oil prices.Continue reading US oil majors raise Permian production forecasts
ExxonMobil has announced a new affiliation with Microsoft to apply its cloud-based services to ExxonMobil’s operations in the Permian Basin, where it plans to quadruple production by 2025. It will be the largest gas and oil acreage so far to implement cloud technology.Continue reading ExxonMobil looks to the cloud for Permian operations
ExxonMobil has built on its previous success offshore of Guyana by making two new discoveries at its Tilapia-1 and Haimara-1 wells. The company has now made 12 discoveries Continue reading ExxonMobil makes two finds offshore of Guyana
Oil giant ExxonMobil has taken important steps towards realising the ambitious investment plan it announced last year.
The company plans to Continue reading ExxonMobil moves forward with growth plan
The island community of North Uist in Scotland’s Outer Hebrides is set to build a community windfarm following a successful crowdfunding campaign.
The renewables project plans to Continue reading North Uist to get community windfarm
Figures from Drax Electic Insights, backed up by the National Grid, show that wind power met just over a third of British electricity demand, some 15 gigawatts, for an Continue reading British wind power sets new record