Norway’s Equinor must lift its climate ambitions, minority investors say

(Reuters) Norwegian energy major Equinor (EQNR.OL) must set tougher near-term targets for reducing the company's climate impact when it presents a new strategy next week, minority shareholders said. Chief Executive Anders Opedal, who took the helm late last year with a promise to speed up the state-controlled firm's renewable investments, also faces demands for climate action from... Continue Reading →

Port of Suape (PE), to receive US$ 3.8 billion in investment in a green hydrogen plant from Qair Brasil

(TNPetroleo) The government of Pernambuco began technical and economic feasibility studies for the implementation of a green hydrogen production plant at the Port of Suape. The project belongs to the company Qair Brasil, of French origin, whose main activity is the independent production of electricity from alternative sources. The initiative, named Pernambuco Green Hydrogen Plant,... Continue Reading →

Lawsuit Challenges ExxonMobil’s Exploration and Production Activities in Guyana

(Reuters) A landmark lawsuit filed against Guyana's government, arguing that oil production fuels climate change, could bolster legal action as court cases involving energy companies and state authorities surge, according to lawyers and environmentalists. The constitutional claim - the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean - asserts that oil exploration and production led... Continue Reading →

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