LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Big Oil’s life is about to get tougher. One of the key stumbling blocks for investors trying to work out if a crude producer faces impending ruin is the lack of a reliable
EGEB: Big Oil still investing in Big Oil, CO2-emitting countries — some surprises, calcium batteries, more
• Oil and gas companies investing $50 billion in projects that won’t help fight climate change. • The countries that produce a greater proportion of CO2 emissions than their proportion of the global population.
LONDON (Reuters) - Major oil companies have approved $50 billion of projects since last year that will not be economically viable if governments implement the Paris Agreement on climate change, think-tank
EGEB: 5 green energy takeaways from CNN climate-crisis town hall, Rutgers University on states, equity, and green energy,
• 5 green energy standouts from the Democrats’ climate-crisis town hall • Rutgers University releases new study on states, equity, and green energy. • 3 ways cities are improving the energy efficiency
Redburn, the equity research house, has removed all “buy” ratings from the biggest integrated oil companies, arguing that the industry faces an “existential risk” as long-term forecasts for oil demand