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ExxonMobil Sees Carbon Capture Market at $4 Trillion by 2050

Apr 20, 2022

ExxonMobil Corp. estimates there will be a $4 trillion market by 2050 for capturing carbon dioxide and storing it underground, the company said in a presentation on Tuesday.That is about 60% of the $6.5 trillion market the U.S. largest crude producer estimates for oil and gas by then.Carbon capture is an important emissions reduction technology, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). It involves the capture of CO2 from fuel combustion or industrial processes…

UWA Engineers Supporting Worley's Enhanced Subsea Gas Tieback Project

Jun 03, 2022

To develop stranded gas reserves in remote regions, chemical engineers from The University of Western Australia are cooperating on novel cost- and carbon-reduction technology.Professor Zachary Aman, Chevron Woodside Chair in Long Subsea Tiebacks…

Palantir, Trafigura to Track Carbon Emissions for Oil, Metals industry

May 24, 2022

Palantir Technologies Inc and global commodities trader Trafigura have set sights on a new market, their chief executives told Reuters on Monday: tracking carbon emissions for the oil, gas, refined metals, and concentrates sector.The companies…

Australia's LNG Industry Takes Risky Bet on Carbon Capture: Russell

May 18, 2022

Australia's vast liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector is betting its future on carbon capture and storage (CCS), a technology it says is vital to decarbonization and is proven.Convincing everybody else is going to be the tricky part, especially…

Hyundai Heavy Gets ABS Approval for CO2 Injection Platform

May 03, 2022

American Bureau of Shipping has granted its Approval in Principle (AIP) for the carbon dioxide injection platform developed by Hyundai Heavy Industries.The platform has been designed to store carbon dioxide that has been captured on land, liquefied at high pressure…

ExxonMobil Working to Store CO2 in Depleted Offshore Fields in Australia's Gippsland Basin

Apr 14, 2022

U.S. oil major said ExxonMobil said Thursday today was undertaking early front-end engineering design studies (pre-FEED) to determine the potential for carbon capture and storage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from multiple industries in the Gippsland Basin…

SNC-Lavalin to Assist with Shore-power Connection for ADNOC's Offshore Platforms

Apr 14, 2022

File Photo: ADNOCSNC-Lavalin has won a four-year advisory and engineering services contract from Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) to support its offshore operations power project. A high-voltage, direct current (HVDC-VSC) subsea transmission…

Climate Activist Sees More Shareholders Pressing ConocoPhillips on Emissions

Apr 13, 2022

An activist shareholder who last year convinced a majority of ConocoPhillips investors to approve a measure calling for emission cuts said the oil major did not fully follow through and said he expects to win even more support this year for a similar proposal…

Pilot Takes Over WA 481P Offshore Block in Australia

Apr 05, 2022

Australia's Pilot Energy Limited has increased its interest in the WA 481P offshore exploration permit off W. Australia to 100% following receiptof final approval from the National Offshore Petroleum Tenures Administrator (NOPTA) of Pilot’s…

dCS, JX NOEX File Bid for Offshore Carbon Capture & Storage Project in Australia

Mar 16, 2022

Australian carbon capture and storage firm deepC Store (dCS) said Wednesday it had with JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corporation (JX NOEX) submitted a joint bid for a Greenhouse Gas Assessment Permit for a Greenhouse Gas Storage Acreage Release Area in offshore Australia…

Japan's Inpex to Spend Up to $38B in Growth Areas Over 9 years

Feb 09, 2022

Japan's biggest oil and gas explorer Inpex Corp said on Wednesday it will invest up to 4.4 trillion yen ($38 billion) in growth areas over the next 9 years, 1 trillion of which will be spent on decarbonization areas including hydrogen and ammonia…

Petronas, MOL Sign Liquefied CO2 Shipping MoU

Feb 09, 2022

Malaysia's state energy firm Petronas said on Wednesday it has signed an agreement with Japanese shipping company Mitsui O.S.K Lines (MOL) to explore opportunities in liquefied carbon dioxide (CO2) shipping in Asia Pacific and Oceania regions…

Australia: Santos Bullish on Prices after Reaping Record Revenue

Jan 21, 2022

Australian gas producer Santos Ltd booked record sales revenue for 2021, pumped up by soaring oil and gas prices, and expects to reap big gains following its $6.2 billion takeover of Oil Search amid a surging energy market.After approaching Oil Search with an offer in the middle of last year…

COVID Accelerates Offshore Energy’s Digital Path

Jan 14, 2022

With an annual R&D budget in excess of a billion Euros, Siemens Energy is well-positioned to drive substantial digital evolution in the offshore energy space. From unmanned offshore rigs to optimized maintenance to decarbonization, digitalization sits at the center…

Petronas, Shell Exploring Offshore Carbon Capture And Storage in Malaysia

Jan 11, 2022

Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas has signed a collaboration deal with oil major Shell to explore opportunities and project collaborations in carbon capture and storage (CCS) space in Malaysia.The two companies will carry out a CCS Area…

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