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Oil Industry Eyes Renewable Energy for Future Growth

Oil and gas majors may be committing up to a fifth of their total investment in green energy projects after 2030 as hydrocarbons production declines.…

Oil & Gas | Renewable Energy | Europe | Statoil | Shell | Wood Mackenzie

Industrial Info

Tue Jun 20 2017

Europe Rejects Trump's Offer to Renegotiate Climate Deal

The European Union (EU) has rejected a call by U.S. President Donald Trump to renegotiate its role in the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Trump's…

Europe | Paris Climate Agreement | Trump | Climate Change

Industrial Info

Mon Jun 05 2017

Methanol Projects Slide Even As Project Development Remains Optimistic

Methanol has been a star of the Chemical Processing Industry over the last several years, due to the tremendous levels of spending being designated for…

Chemical Processing | Methanol | Methanol-to-Olefins | Engineering | Gasoline Blending | China | Europe

Industrial Info

Sat Sep 03 2016

Oil Industry Eyes Renewable Energy for Future Growth

Oil and gas majors may be committing up to a fifth of their total investment in green energy projects after 2030 as hydrocarbons production declines. A growing number of key oil and gas players are starting to invest in renewable energy projects but analysis from Wood Mackenzie Limited (Edinburgh, Scotland) suggests that major energy companies like Royal Dutch Shell plc »

Europe Rejects Trump's Offer to Renegotiate Climate Deal

The European Union (EU) has rejected a call by U.S. President Donald Trump to renegotiate its role in the historic Paris Climate Agreement. Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the landmark 2015 Paris Climate Agreement has resulted in a backlash from most European nations, large businesses and even a number of key U.S. states and »

Methanol Projects Slide Even As Project Development Remains Optimistic

Methanol has been a star of the Chemical Processing Industry over the last several years, due to the tremendous levels of spending being designated for its production. The U.S. has an upper hand in methanol production because of the domestic availability of cheap natural gas feedstock. In the U.S., methanol is primarily used as a stepping stone toward »