Green is the new Black is a multimedia series of webinars, articles and podcasts exploring the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy generation in the oil and gas sector.
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Webcast Recording | Green is the new black: Oil & gas and the race...
As net zero ambitions escalate, the oil and gas sector needs to double down on efforts to decarbonise and become as energy efficient as possible.
Five digital trends for the oil & gas sector
How sector must embrace big data analytics, 3D printing, robotics and more.
Ports, shipping and the journey to net zero
"Ports are becoming the future generation hubs of clean energy" said Mustafa Mirza, port electrification analyst, Power Technology Research.
New quay unlocks renewables potential at Scottish port
New quay will enable historic port of Nigg to boost its work in the fast-expanding floating offshore wind sector.
Solar park to power LNG terminal in Wales
New 9MW solar farm will provide electricity to Dragon LNG terminal in Milford Haven.
Webcast Recording | Green is the new black: Decarbonising ports & shipping
Ports have an important role to play as decarbonisation hubs for the shipping industry and potentially further afield.
Is Green the New Black? Proteus founder Prof James McCallum weighs in
We are in the beginnings of probably the most exciting phase for the energy industry since the 1970s, and the pathway to energy transition is going to get really exciting.
Webcast Recording: Green is the new black | Unlocking the potential of floating offshore...
Turbines located miles from shore and in ever-deeper waters is the new frontier for the windpower sector, as regions around the world double-down on their efforts to accelerate the deployment of renewables.
Digitalisation – Key to the new dawn for oil and gas
"We are in the beginnings of the most exciting phase of the energy industry since the 1970s, and it's going to get really exciting over the course of the next decade." - James McCallum
Do oil and gas businesses have a future?
To give you the short answer: For now, yes they absolutely do have a future.
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