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Will the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) ever be built?
Will the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) ever be constructed?
November 17, 2022
Gerard Kreeft
As Europe tries to cut Russian ties, dependence on imported LNG deepens
The European Union has reduced the volume of natural gas from Russian pipelines, but its imports of liquefied natural gas have increased sharply.
January 10, 2023
Ana Maria Jaller-Makarewicz
Russian oil volumes down, but revenues soar sky-high due to prices
An update on fossil fuel exports shows major oil companies, utilities and petrochemicals are still buying fuel from Russia. Study finds major oil companies, utilities, petrochemicals still tied to Russian oil
June 13, 2022
Tom Sanzillo
India needs to increase renewables tender issuance to meet clean energy targets
16 February (IEEFA India & JMK Research): Variable renewable energy tenders issued annually in India have fallen from 40 gigawatts (GW) in 2019 to about 28GW in 2022.
February 18, 2023
Press Release
European LNG Tracker
IEEFA’s European LNG Tracker is a publicly available interactive data set to visualize Europe’s LNG buildout, including LNG flows to and through Europe.
December 09, 2022
Carbon capture and storage is about reputation, not economics
Even though supermajors have emphasized the role of CCS in meeting net-zero objectives, there is no financial justification for investing in CCS.
July 03, 2020
Clark Butler
Blue hydrogen costs 36% higher than UK’s 2021 estimate, would increase gas import dependency
May 24, 2022 (IEEFA Europe)—Blue hydrogen is not a low-cost solution in the ongoing gas price crisis, with the projected cost of production now 36% higher than the UK Government estimated in 2021, a new report by the Institute for Energy…
May 24, 2022
Press Release
Carbon capture’s methane problem: New report shows technology doesn’t live up to the hype
August 1, 2022 (IEEFA)— As companies continue to tout the benefits of carbon capture technology and the Department of Energy (DOE) invests heavily in carbon capture projects, a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial…
August 01, 2022
Press Release
In Q1, Four of Five Oil Majors Paid More Cash than They Made from Operations
Four of the world’s five largest oil and gas companies spent more cash on dividends and share buybacks during Q1 than they generated from their core business operations.
May 01, 2020
Clark Williams-Derry, Tom Sanzillo, Kathy Hipple...
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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