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As US Ratifies Paris Climate Deal, Pressure Mounts on Oil & Gas to Shrink Carbon Footprint

The oil and gas industry is in a transitional phase. The sector is under increasing pressure in the US and abroad to reduce its carbon footprint. It’s also facing significant cost pressure as low energy prices persist. Shell’s chief energy adviser Wim Thomas recently said the global oil oversupply, which … Read more »

Is Big Oil’s Transportation Fuel Dominance Coming to an End?

Is Big Oil’s Transportation Fuel Dominance Coming to an End?

Big oil has dominated the transportation fuel market for decades. But according to Lux Research, its days are numbered. “Oil’s dominant position in transportation fuels has proved impregnable for more than a century, but real threats abound now,” said Brent Giles, Lux research director and lead author of the report, … Read more »

What Does the Dow-DuPont Merger Mean for Biomaterials?

What Does the Dow-DuPont Merger Mean for Biomaterials?

Chemical giants Dow and DuPont agreed to merge late last year, forming a $130 billion company that will split into three companies focusing on agriculture, material science and specialty products such as biomaterials. But new analysis shows this may not be the “merger of equals” touted by Dow and DuPont. … Read more »

Green Tech Grows Mining Spending 600% in Last Decade

Green Tech Grows Mining Spending 600% in Last Decade

Mining has embraced new green technology over the past 12 years, driving capital spending up 600 percent to $100 billion in 2012, a Lux Research report says. Spending will fall 24 percent to $76 billion this year on a cyclical downturn, but the long-term trend will remain up due to … Read more »