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Does Oil & Gas Merger Boom Cast Doubt on Global Clean Energy Transition?

Published: April 19, 2024 by Andrew Baxter

Governments and regulators should recognize oil and gas mergers as an inflexion point to ensure environmental harm is minimized and emissions reduced.

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MethaneSAT brings key tool to oil & gas operators, gives stakeholders unprecedented transparency

Published: February 29, 2024 by Andrew Baxter

MethaneSAT will bring unprecedented capabilities to the existing set of methane-detecting satellites, in a new era of transparency, accountability.

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A Tale of Two Resolutions: Exxon versus Coterra, What Investors Got Wrong

Published: November 2, 2023 by Dominic Watson

World’s largest asset managers publicly disclosed voting records on climate shareholder resolutions, and the results indicate a worrisome trend.

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Riding the Rails: Can Intermodal Transport Help Decarbonize Freight?

Published: October 19, 2023 by Andrew Howell

An often-overlooked opportunity – shifting truckloads to rail through the use of intermodal transport.

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Unlocking Geothermal Energy: Overcoming the Obstacles

Published: October 18, 2023 by Andrew Howell

Companies are coming together around innovation in geothermal energy that could give it a foundational role in the emerging clean power grid.

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Exploring Private Equity’s Sustainability Challenges

Published: August 22, 2023 by schowdhary

Many private equity groups are taking steps toward sustainability – but the industry must do more about the risks and opportunities of climate change.

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Carbon Conundrum: The Curious Case of Financed Emissions

Big banks have made progress in setting climate commitments recently, but disclosure of their portfolio emissions are inconsistent and unclear.

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Why we need leadership to close the transferred emissions loophole

Published: November 30, 2021 by Andrew Baxter

Oil and gas companies, investors, and policymakers all have important roles to play to solve the problem of transferred emissions.

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