Historic moment for Türkiye as first pipes for giant gas project go into the sea

Türkiye’s national oil and gas company TPAO has started laying pipes in the Black Sea as part of its giant Sakarya gas field project development. TPAO has also named its fourth drillship. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript … Read More

In focus: More countries opting for renewables instead of fossil fuels

More and more countries around the world are preparing to shift to renewable energy and gradually quit the fossil fuel game with dozens of new commitments, projects, and initiatives announced in the week behind us. Premium content Checking for account. … Read More

Industry invited to help develop renewable energy zone in Australia

Energy project developers and businesses with large electrical loads have been invited to express their interest and take part in developing a major renewable energy zone in Australia. The government of the New South Wales (NSW) plans to deliver the … Read More

Saipem vessel coming to work on ‘one of the largest energy projects ever in Turkey’

Saipem and its pipelay vessel are preparing to begin working for Turkish oil and gas company TPAO on the giant gas development in the Black Sea. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium … Read More

In focus: G7 puts fossil fuel financing in crosshairs, commits to electricity sector decarbonization

The latest meeting of the G7 ministers for climate, energy, and environment has resulted in further commitments from the world’s most developed countries to curb the rise in global temperatures to 1.5°C and assist the countries affected the most by … Read More

German Chancellor: “LNG remains the central bridge to climate-neutral future”

Liquefied natural gas (LNG) remains the central bridge to Germany’s climate-neutral future if the country may have to resort to coal in the short term, Olaf Scholz, Chancellor of Germany, pointed out during his speech at the BDEW Congress in … Read More

Operators gearing up to sanction two of the largest undeveloped discoveries in UK

Following the extensions of licences for two of the largest undeveloped discoveries off the UK, operators of these two projects are laying the groundwork for their final investment decisions. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your … Read More

California’s bill facilitating bid for Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub clears State Senate

On 26 May, the California Senate passed a bill that would mobilise funds from the State Treasury to support clean hydrogen projects and match federal funds granted to a regional clean hydrogen hub. Premium content Checking for account. You need … Read More

G7 launches Hydrogen Action Pact. Will offshore wind help reach its ‘green’ ambitions?

The Group of Seven (G7) has launched the G7 Hydrogen Action Pact (G7-HAP), a joint initiative on low-carbon and renewable hydrogen, and its derivatives such as ammonia. The pact comes on the heels of the recently signed declarations through which … Read More

In focus: Out with the oil, in with the new! Or is it?

The keyword in energy transition is transition, a process that often involves constant tweaking and going back and forth between the gains and benefits of the old, and the betterment that will come with the new. In the energy sector, … Read More