bp and Microsoft join forces to strengthen digital energy transformation and net zero goals

The collaboration between the tech and energy giants will focus on consumer energy, smart cities, clean energy parks and industrial IoT solutions

bp to help Aberdeen cut emissions and become ‘climate-positive’ city

The local authority and the oil giant will work together on developing and implementing green energy solutions in the area

‘Hydrogen is more than hype – it must be seen as a global business case’

That’s the suggestion from Constantine Levoyannis, Head of Policy at Hydrogen Europe, who spoke to FNZ about the transformative power of the energy source

Scaling up hydrogen technologies ‘could unlock £18bn for the UK by 2035’

A new report suggests Britain could see the creation of 75,000 new jobs by 2035 if the government placed hydrogen in the heart of its green recovery strategy

bp sets outs plan to spend $5bn on low carbon energy every year by 2030

The oil giant has also pledged to increase its renewable power generation to 50GW and shrink oil and gas output by 40% compared with 2019

BP’s Aral to build more than 100 ultra-fast charging points at filling stations in Germany

The first phase of the roll-out will see chargers installed and connected at about 30 sites

Consortium of oil giants sets collective average carbon intensity target for 2025

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative with member including BP, Chevron, Eni, Equinor, Exxon, Repsol, Shell and Total aim to reduce CO2 to a level between 36 and 52 million tonnes every year

BP to sell petrochemicals business to INEOS for $5bn

The sale is expected to deliver the energy giant’s target for agreed divestments a year earlier than originally scheduled

BP, Eni, Equinor, Shell and Total form ‘UK’s first net zero cluster’

The energy giants will accelerate the development of the Net Zero Teesside project, which aims to capture industrial emissions and store them underneath the North Sea

BP commits to net zero by 2050

The energy giant has pledged to invest more in low carbon technologies and less in oil and gas after acknowledging ‘the world’s carbon budget is finite and running out fast’