Total strengthens its commitment to reduce methane emission with OGMP 2.0 initiative

factory 1509853 640Total, partner to the initiative since 2014, has joined the second phase of the Oil & Gas Methane Partnership (OGMP 2.0) of the United Nations Environment Programme, which brings together industrial companies, governments and NGOs to better monitor and report methane emissions to reduce them

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US$400bn could be unlocked for green and blue hydrogen projects

Rystad2Rystad Energy industry analysis reveals that hydrogen projects that are poised to be developed could unlock US$400bn worth of spending for the service industry between 2020 and 2035

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New energy markets to improve geopolitical stability and promote a more prosperous world, says Dr Fatih Birol

ADIPEC clean energyAs the global oil and gas industry continues to experience rapid transformation, energy partnerships could have a “halo effect on political and diplomatic areas” across the world, according to Dr Fatih Birol, executive director of the  International Energy Agency (IEA)

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Frank Fannon, assistant secretary, US Department of State speaks on transformations in geopolitics of energy sector

oil and gas techniquesFrank Fannon, assistant secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources, US Department of State, gave a keynote speech during ADIPEC Virtual 2020 on diplomacy and transformations in the geopolitics of energy sector

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ADIPEC session: How COVID-19 changes world’s long held assumptions on global growth

paul kruggmanPaul Krugman, 2008 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences and distinguished professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, speaks at the ADIPEC Virtual 2020 session on how the COVID-19 changes the world’s long held assumptions on global growth and how to manage the long-term effects of the economic downturn and stabilise markets worldwide

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