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Shell to appeal against Netherlands climate ruling

Shell said that the court did not consider the details of its Powering Progress strategy when ruling that the company must reduce its global net carbon emissions by 45% by 2030 compared to 2019 levels.

Scavenging for sustainability

Dr Malcolm Todd and Michael O’Brien, ChampionX, explain how a North Sea operator achieved a range of cost and efficiency benefits through the use of a hydrogen sulfide scavenger.

Ardyne and Equinor form well decommissioning JIP

Equinor and Ardyne are jointly funding the £1 million project, which will aim to develop a well decommissioning technology that will reduce the economic and environmental impacts of slot recovery and decommissioning.

 

OGUK sets out plan to tackle methane emissions

OGUK's Methane Action Plan for the North Sea includes targets to reduce methane emissions by 50% compared to 2018, committing to 0.20% methane intensity by 2025 and stopping all routine flaring by 2030.


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OGTC becomes the Net Zero Technology Centre

Last year, the Centre transitioned its seven existing solution centres into one Net Zero Solution Centre, with three core programmes, focused on reducing emissions, developing integrated energy systems and unlocking a digitised offshore energy sector.

Schlumberger commits to net zero by 2050

As part of its decarbonisation strategy, the company will use a Transition Technologies portfolio to address fugitive emissions, flaring reduction, electrification, well construction emissions, and full field development solutions.

Proserv buys Dron & Dickson Abu Dhabi business

The acquisition will enable Proserv to target greater service activity within gas and petroleum processing plants, so extending its current predominant focus on upstream support, both on and offshore, into midstream and downstream areas.