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How oil companies could thrive under the climate law

1 week 6 days ago
The package includes breaks that could allow oil producers to benefit from one of the industry’s worst-ever years At first glance, the Inflation Reduction Act would seem like a financial problem for the U.S.
E&E News

Judge Tosses Air Permits For $9.4 Billion Louisiana Plastics Plant

2 weeks ago
Citing a litany of failures by Louisiana environmental regulators, including their analyses of environmental justice and climate impacts, a state judge has thrown out the air permits for a giant plastics manufacturing complex to be located 55 miles west of...
InsideClimate News

China’s Mingyang to power global growth of offshore wind – IEEFA

2 weeks 1 day ago
An overseas expansion by China’s largest private wind turbine maker Mingyang could boost offshore wind power globally, according to IEEFA Tech Renewables 14 September 2022 China’s Mingyang to power global growth of offshore wind – IEEFA An overseas...

Copenhagen was supposed to be the climate leader. What happened?

2 weeks 1 day ago
By Kirstine Lund Christiansen and Inge-Merete Hougaard 4 minute Read The city of Copenhagen, often celebrated as one of the world’s greenest for its cycling culture and other initiatives, recently defaulted on its pledge to become carbon-neutral by 2025 .
Fast Company

Suck It Up | Sierra Club

2 weeks 1 day ago
Suck It Up Everyone's in favor of carbon dioxide removal-including the fossil fuel industry, which sees it as a lifeline By Paul Rauber June 14, 2022 Illustrations by Miguel Porlan SINCE THE DARK, satanic mills of the Industrial Revolution began spewing co...
Michigan Chapter | Sierra Club

Future-Facing Commodities

2 weeks 2 days ago
CoalFuture-Facing Commodities---The new buzz expression for Australian mining companies that are leaving fossil fuel assets behind to chase greater profits is: “future facing commodities.” No virtue signaling here — it’s all about long-term shareholder...
Clean Technica

Carbon Capture Not Good Enough To Achieve Decarbonization

2 weeks 3 days ago
A new study reviewed 13 carbon capture projects – 55 percent of the total worldwide capacity – and found both the technology and regulatory framework wanting A new study by the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) reviewed 13 carbo...

Solar Saves EU €29B in Summer Gas Costs, Set to Surge in Asia

2 weeks 3 days ago
Solar saved the European Union up to €29 billion in gas imports this past summer, and is poised for “exponential growth” across five of Asia’s biggest economies, according to two separate analyses released last week by the UK-based Ember think tank.Solar...
The Energy Mix

Gas producers snap up CCS permits

2 weeks 4 days ago
Australian oil and gas companies Woodside and Santos have joined with a range of European, US and Asian partners in the industry’s biggest push yet towards carbon capture and storage CompaniesEnergyEmissionsPrint articleGas producers snap up CCS permits...
Australian Financial Review

Is carbon capture a doomed technology?

2 weeks 5 days ago
As the world barrels toward a climate precipice, there’s a technology advocates say could buy us time.  Known as carbon capture and storage (CCS), the process promises to suck carbon emissions from industrial smokestacks, effectively decarbonizing everythi...
The Mirror
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