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Carbon Capture Project Aims to Reduce Oil Sands’ Carbon Footprint

FuelCell Energy has signed a contract with investment firm Alberta Innovates for an engineering study on fuel cell carbon capture at a Husky Energy-owned heavy oil thermal facility near Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada. The engineering study is part of a multi-phase project to show how commercial-scale fuel cells carbon capture can … Read more »

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World’s Largest Companies Decoupling Emissions, Business Growth

Greenhouse gas emissions data from the world’s 500 largest companies shows that for the first time, the Global 500 are beginning to grow their businesses and manage their emissions at a rate that follows the global scientific consensus on the risks of climate change, according to a Thomson Reuters report. … Read more »

GE, Devon Sign Technology Collaboration Agreement

General Electric Oil & Gas and Devon Energy have signed a technology collaboration agreement to research and improve unconventional oil and natural gas technologies. Under the agreement, GE will collaborate with Devon on advancing innovations in three specific technology areas including: Artificial lift systems used for increasing the flow of … Read more »

Big Oil, Major Firms Plan for Carbon Price

Big Oil, Major Firms Plan for Carbon Price

Walmart, BP, ExxonMobil, General Electric and about two dozen other major US companies have already integrated a price on carbon emissions into their long-term business plans, according to a CDP report. In 2013, 28 companies based or operating in the US disclosed that they use an internal carbon price in … Read more »

CDP Global 500: 10% of Largest Companies Produce 73% of GHGs

CDP Global 500: 10% of Largest Companies Produce 73% of GHGs

BMW, Daimler, Philips Electronics, Nestlé, financial firm BNY Mellon, Cisco Systems and utility Gas Natural SDG — all with perfect 100 disclosure scores and A performance ratings — top the CDP’s list of the world’s best companies in terms of climate change disclosure and performance. Honda, Nissan, Volkswagen, Hewlett-Packard and … Read more »