The production of green hydrogen may be cost-competitive with natural gas-based hydrogen by 2035, according to a new study from the Norway-based accredited registrar and classification society DNV GL.Continue reading Green hydrogen may be economically feasible by 2035
Google has announced on its company blog that it has successfully managed to boost the value of its generated wind power by 20%, thanks to installing artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms in some of its facilities.Continue reading Google boosts wind power efficiency with AI
ExxonMobil, as part of its joint venture with Qatar petroleum, has discovered a large gas field off the south coast of Cyprus.Continue reading ExxonMobil makes big gas find south of Cyprus
The boom in US oil production continued apace as the country reached the 12 million barrels per day (bpd) mark in the week ending February 15, according to weekly petroleum data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA).Continue reading US oil production hits 12 million bpd threshold
High winds in February have helped the UK wind power industry to set a series of new records.Continue reading UK wind power sets new records
Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil are to build on their existing partnership by investing $10 billion in a new project to export exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) Continue reading ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum give go-ahead to LNG project
Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC), which is state owned, will invest $50bn in the country’s oil and gas industry this year to raise production. It is Continue reading Libya to invest tens of billions in oil production
Oil major ExxonMobil has announced that its lubrication blending and packing plants have received Zero Waste to Landfill Silver validation from UL, a Continue reading Mobil receives validation for cutting landfill waste
According to EnAppSys, an energy market analyst, renewable energy will supplant fossil fuels as the UK’s dominant form of energy generation in 2020.
Scottish Power has become the first UK energy company to rely solely on wind power following the sale of some of its other generating assets to rival energy company Drax.