The aerospace industry is preparing for flying with hydrogen. In Hamburg, the world's third-largest aviation centre, a new development platform is being launched to test the new technology from as early as 2022.
As the world continues to progress multiple energy transitions, the numerous top-down roadmaps on climate-related action require humanising, with more detail about their actual implementation, an influential voice on energy and sustainable development said.
The voice of the oil and gas industry today labelled a new levy of $0.48 per barrel on all offshore oil producers as over the top and extreme.
The latest Resources and Energy Quarterly shows that it is the resources sector, including the Australian oil and gas industry, continuing to drive the nation’s economy.
APPEA says moves by some politicians to vote down regulations expanding the investment remit of ARENA (Australian Renewable Energy Agency) are short-sighted and will slow Australia’s march to reach net-zero emissions targets.
The Mammoet-Haisla Joint Venture has completed the pile handing scope for the LNG Canada project through JGC-Fluor Joint Venture in Kitimat, British Columbia.
Mammoet-Haisla said it had provided offloading services for incoming pipe piles throughout the pandemic, completing the scope in March.
Australian Resources and Energy Group AMMA has congratulated its former longstanding President Richard Owen for being awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for his services to business in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
The European oil majors (Shell, BP, TotalEnergies, Eni and Repsol) benefitted dramatically from elevated oil and gas prices in the first quarter of 2021 as income returned to near pre-pandemic levels.
That’s according to data and analytics company GlobalData, who said the European oil majors saw large losses in 2020 as long-term oil and gas price forecasts were revised lower resulting in multi-billion-dollar asset impairments. However, far rosier dispositions have returned in 2021.
Low-carbon hydrogen could become a US$50 billion to US$90 billion export industry for Australia in 2050, says Wood Mackenzie.
APPEA says a Parliamentary committee led by the Greens has ignored good science in an effort to further ostracise the gas industry for political gain.
APPEA Chief Executive Andrew McConville said the recommendations made by the Environment and Communications references committee on the impact of seismic testing on fisheries and the marine environment fly in the face of science and reason.