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Wind Propulsion Technology Could Reduce Shipping Fuel Costs 10%

Wind Propulsion Technology Could Reduce Shipping Fuel Costs 10%

In a project that could help major corporations reducing shipping fuel costs and emissions, Shell, Maersk Tankers, Norsepower and the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) are collaborating to test wind-powered technology on a product tanker vessel.

Davos 2017: Auto, Energy Giants Pledge $1.5 bn Hydrogen Investment, Multinationals Partner on Supply Chain Traceability, TerraCycle Recycles Cigarettes

Davos 2017: Auto, Energy Giants Pledge $1.5 bn Hydrogen Investment, Multinationals Partner on Supply Chain Traceability, TerraCycle Recycles Cigarettes

Environmental management is taking center stage at the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Can 3D Printing Drive Oil & Gas Climate Gains?

Can 3D Printing Drive Oil & Gas Climate Gains?

Oil majors are turning to 3D printing to improve efficiencies and profits in this era of low oil prices. But what does this new technology mean for the old-school industry’s environmental footprint? That’s more of a mixed bag.

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 »

industrial plant emissions

Oil Giants to Invest $1 Billion in Carbon Capture, Low-Emissions Technologies

Oil and gas giants including Shell, BP, Statoil and Total today said they will invest $1 billion in low-emissions technologies including carbon capture over the next 10 years.

stock market

Dow Jones Sustainability Indices Additions, Cuts Announced

Cisco Systems, Shell and Adobe are the three largest additions to the 2016 Dow Jones Sustainability Indices. to the annual sustainability benchmark. Intel, Samsung Electronics and British American Tobacco are the largest deletions to the annual sustainability benchmark.