Porto do Açu is the first port in Brazil to obtain international EcoPorts certification

(TN) Porto do Açu became the first port in Brazil to receive EcoPorts certification, the sector's main certification initiative. The seal, obtained this week, incorporates the main internationally recognized environmental management standards, such as ISO 14001. One of the network's objectives is to standardize good environmental management practices in the port sector through cooperation and... Continue Reading →

Baker Hughes, Schlumberger count on clean energy for growth

(Reuters) - Oilfield service firms Schlumberger (SLB.N) and Baker Hughes (BKR.N) are counting on newer energy transition businesses like carbon capture and hydrogen fuel for growth, and expect these clean energy units to rival some of their more traditional units by the next decade, executives said on Wednesday. Schlumberger estimates that global investments for industries moving away from fossil... Continue Reading →

Offshore energy will power the world: 2021-2040 FPSO forecast – Special Focus

(World Oil) Operators are strategically navigating the changing dynamics of the energy market with continued investment in the floating offshore sector. The offshore energy market is in flux. Economic effects from the Covid-19 pandemic, changing global attitudes toward energy, and the growing importance of ESG matters have disrupted the ways that companies do business. Although... Continue Reading →

Emerging oil nations reject climate curbs on exploration, pursue rapid development

(Reuters) - The world's newest oil-producing nations grabbed the spotlight at this week's Offshore Technology Conference with ambitious plans to tap oil and gas discoveries in a race against a global energy transition to lower-carbon fuels. At the conference highlighting renewable and cleaner-burning fuels and investors moving bets away from fossil fuels, Brazil, Ghana, Guyana,... Continue Reading →

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