The Future of Oil and Gas Needs New Perspectives on Technology
Former BP CEO John Browne's new book creates links between the engineering principles that brought society where it is today with the principles needed to solve society’s most pressing problems—from climate change to privacy and data security.
Forbes: Policies or Technology? The Key to a Sustainable Energy Future
Policies can be very effective at driving behavior, but they must work in concert with enabling technology to realize the outcomes we desire, including increased energy efficiency and reduced emissions.
Women in Climate Change
Interviews with three women who are working to develop solutions to climate change.
CO2 and You
Tackling climate change is the key issue for the oil and gas industry in the years ahead. How will you respond?
Carbon Capture and Sequestration: A Potential “Win-Win” for the Oil Industry and the Public
The authors review the reasons for capturing CO2 and possible applications such as enhanced recovery and sequestration.
Antarctica: Recording and Experiencing Climate Change
Antarctica is the storehouse of the world’s oldest ice-borne climate records, preserved in the Antarctic deep freeze for millions of years. But Antarctica is also a living laboratory in which the decadal effects of climate change can be directly observed.
Using Technology for Carbon Emission Control and EOR
Neeraj Gupta of the Battelle Memorial Institute and Nigel Jenvey of Maersk Oil and Gas comment on technology applications for carbon emission control and enhanced oil recovery.
Energy Companies and Climate Change
Editor-in-Chief Anthony Onukwu discusses energy companies and how they are responding to climate change.
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29 April 2020