About half of the world’s oil and gas is produced by “middle-income” developing countries. These countries could face a significant drop in government revenue due to the global shift away from fossil fuels.

This issue brief presents the case for natural gas pyrolysis as an alternative method of hydrogen production. Incumbent ‘grey’ hydrogen production by steam methane reformation (SMR) inherently produces process CO₂ emissions, as the carbon in natural gas is converted to CO₂.

European and global natural gas markets are not yet out of the danger created by Russia’s cuts to pipeline deliveries of gas. If gas exports from Russia drop to zero and China’s LNG imports rebound to 2021 levels, there is a risk of a shortfall gas supplies in 2023.

The "Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics" presents updated comprehensive statistics on various aspects of Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas sector. The data on international developments in respect of the key parameters of Petroleum and Natural Gas sector have also been captured in the publication.

Global carbon emissions from energy will peak in 2025 thanks to massively increased government spending on clean fuels in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to this analysis by the International Energy Agency.

The African Energy Chamber has launched ‘The State of African Energy: 2023 Outlook,’ a consolidated report providing global investors and energy companies with the insights they need to make informed decisions in 2023 and beyond.

Allocating India’s additional domestic gas supply to the power sector would enable some stranded and underutilised gas-based plants to serve as flexible generation – providing an interim solution to firm variable renewable energy while battery storage scales up and becomes cost-competitive, according to this new report by the Institute of Energy

Limiting global warming requires significant and urgent reductions of greenhouse gas emissions by the petroleum sector, in line with the Paris Agreement. The majority of the sector’s emissions arise downstream from the end use of petroleum products by thousands of industries, hundreds of countries and billions of individuals.

This Report of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas deals with the action taken by the Government on the recommendations contained in the Eleventh Report (Seventeenth Lok Sabha) of the Standing Committee on Petroleum and Natural Gas (2021-22) on the subject "National Gas Grid including PNG and CNG” of the Ministry of Petroleum and

Analysis from Ceres and Clean Air Task Force benchmarking the relative emissions intensity and total reported methane, carbon dioxide, and nitrous oxide emissions of more than 300 U.S. oil and gas producers finds dramatic variations between companies and basins.

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