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Shell's Pennsylvania petrochemical complex: Financial risks …
Complex is likely to be less profitable than expected and face an extended period of financial distress.
June 04, 2020
Tom Sanzillo, Kathy Hipple
IEEFA U.S.: Shell Pennsylvania likely to be last hurrah for big …
Shell Pennsylvania likely to be last hurrah for big …
March 01, 2022
Tom Sanzillo
If Chevron, Exxon and Shell can’t get Gorgon’s carbon capture and storage to …
27 April 2022 (IEEFA): At a cost of more than A$3 billion, Gorgon, the largest carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the world has failed to deliver, underperforming its targets for the first five years of operation by about 50% finds a…
April 26, 2022
Press Release
IEEFA report: Financial risks loom for Shell’s Pennsylvania petrochemicals complex
June 04, 2020
Press Release
Despite the talk, Shell and Total are still investing much more in fossil …
July 23, 2020 (IEEFA) – While Shell and Total are shifting towards renewable energy …
July 23, 2020
Press Release
Carbon Capture and Storage
IEEFA update: Australia’s gas-led recovery is flogging a dead horse
With polluting emissions from LNG 13% higher than gas, and Australia’s primary export destinations targeting net zero emissions and therefore less dirty LNG, Australia’s gas-led recovery is looking increasingly like the Australian government…
November 03, 2020
Press Release
PCI coal for steelmaking soon to be impacted by decarbonisation
10 May 2022 (IEEFA): Steel-making companies are exploring replacing Australia and Russia’s increasingly expensive and supply-challenged PCI coal with green hydrogen as an early pathway to reducing emissions in the steel industry, finds a new…
May 10, 2022
Press Release
Killing blows for Driftwood LNG?
The Driftwood LNG project suffered twin setbacks last week, further weakening the prospects for a proposed LNG export project that has waited six years for a green light.
September 30, 2022
Clark Williams-Derry
Oil supermajors’ trajectory towards renewables needs to scale up and speed up
Even though the oil supermajors are shifting towards renewables, they need to have new ambitious goals to be net zero carbon emitters by 2050.
July 24, 2020
Clark Butler
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