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Rating agency S&P warns 13 oil and gas companies they risk downgrades as renewables pick up steam

Rating agency S&P warns 13 oil and gas companies they risk downgrades as renewables pick up steam

Ben Butler: Wed 27 Jan 2021

Rating agency S&P has warned 13 oil and gas companies, including the some of the world’s biggest, that it may downgrade them within weeks because of increasing competition from renewable energy. On notice of a possible downgrade are Australia’s Woodside Petroleum as well as multinationals Chevron, Exxon Mobil, Imperial Oil, Royal Dutch Shell, Shell Energy North America, Canadian Natural Resources, ConocoPhillips and French group Total. read more

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Shell acquires 51% stake in Irish floater

Shell New Energies is to acquire a 51% stake in Simply Blue Energy’s Kinsale floating wind venture.

Kinsale was set up to develop the Emerald project, a floating wind farm in the Celtic Sea, off the south coast of Ireland.

The new JV will be operated by Simply Blue Energy supported by Shell floating wind experts, with the project office based in the Cork City Docklands rejuvenation area.

The partnership combines Simply Blue’s track-record in developing floating wind projects and local knowledge of the Celtic Sea environment with Shell’s offshore experience, floating wind expertise and ability to develop large complex projects. read more

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Work starts on world’s first carbon capture storage plant

Work starts on world’s first carbon capture storage plant

“What we are doing is essentially establishing the business of managing other people’s emissions in a safe way and storing it.”

27 JAN 2021

Northern Lights, a partnership between Equinor, Norway’s majority state-owned energy company, Royal Dutch Shell, and the French oil major Total, is responsible for transportation and storage.

Work has begun in Norway to build the world’s first business that aims to capture industry’s carbon emissions and then store them beneath the North Sea. read more

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