Cutting methane emissions from oil and gas sites is vital to limiting global warming to 1.5C, the International Energy Agency said today.
A new study has found that hydrogen made from fossil fuels could delay UK decarbonisation.
A resident in the Surrey village of Bletchingley has accused fossil fuel company IGas of “misleading greenwash” over its plans for a local hydrogen production site.
IGas has revealed it wants to produce hydrogen from methane at its Bletchingley site in Surrey.
IGas has unveiled plans to produce hydrogen from methane at two of its sites in Surrey.
Plugging leaks in oil and gas infrastructure would significantly cut methane emissions at little or no cost, according to a major new UN report on tackling climate change. But expansion of the use of natural gas was not compatible with climate targets without “massive-scale deployment of unproven carbon […]
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A six-day methane gas release at Cuadrilla’s fracking site near Blackpool had the same carbon footprint as 142 flights from London to New York, new research has concluded.
IGas has announced a partnership with a US company to turn methane extracted from sites in south east England into hydrogen.
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