The global oil and gas industry encompasses a large and diverse range of players: from small, specialised operators to huge national oil companies. These producers face pivotal choices about their role in the global energy system amid a worsening climate crisis fuelled in large part by their core products.

This report documents the milestones for carbon capture and storage over the past 12 months, as it is increasingly adopted globally, and defines the key opportunities and challenges for the coming years.

India’s renewable sector is booming but just not fast enough to become 1.5-degree Celsius compatible, and the country is heading in the opposite direction entirely when it comes to phasing out coal power, a new report by Climate Action Tracker claimed.

The Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals necessitate a move towards a developmental convergence point where all are safe, prosperous, and live in peace. Such a future partly hinges upon the timely development, deployment, and rapid diffusion of technologies, particularly emerging technologies.

Analyzing the potential of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS) to secure a low-carbon environment for Asia and the Pacific, this Asian Development Bank (ADB) compendium features 11 CCUS technologies and tools.

The Global CCS Institute’s latest thought leadership report, which evaluates the role of CCUS in supporting India’s climate ambitions, highlights the authorisation of India’s carbon credits trading scheme, and assesses the release of the Indian government’s detailed report on CCUS.

The growth of the Indian petrochemical industry can be made sustainable only by mitigating the emissions from it. This study examines the decarbonisation potential of India’s petrochemical sector until 2050 through low- or zero-emission technologies.

COP28 in the UAE needs to send a clear signal towards ambitious climate action. It requires a phase-out of oil and gas production, new global targets on renewables and fewer distractions from topics like CCS or co-firing old combustion technology with synthetic fuels from renewable sources.

This study estimates the theoretical CO₂ sequestration potential in different geological formations in India, considering above-ground constraints such as no-go zones and population density.

The importance of steel in supporting India’s growth will increase with economic development, infrastructure build-out, and urbanization in India. The emissions from the sectors are estimated to grow by 200 percent by 2050. This requires decarbonizing the steel industry to ensure India meets its economic ambitions and climate mitigation goals.