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How the United States is regulating greenhouse emissions

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is requiring large business to report on their (indirect) Scope 3 emissions. This reporting obligation comes in addition to company reporting on the carbon impact of its own activities and the power it consumes. Key takeaways A company’s reporting obligation would depend on a number of specific factors, which … Continue Reading

How fossil fuel companies are adopting carbon-neutrality during green transition

Can carbon-neutral fossil fuels can gain credibility and scale up through voluntary efforts, or will market adoption have to be compelled through mandatory regulation? Key takeaways1. Fossil fuel producers are looking for interim solutions during the green energy transition2. Use of the carbon-neutral label is susceptible to being seen as ‘greenwashing’3. A global regulatory regime … Continue Reading

EU to step up taxation of carbon at the border

In this article, we take stock of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM), and similar initiatives in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, South Korea, and China, and what they mean for the energy sector. Key takeaways: Importers will pay more to bring carbon-intensive goods into the European Union The EU CBAM is expected … Continue Reading

Energy transition – An evolving journey

On the back of unfortunate geopolitical developments this year, which have drastically changed the path to a carbon-neutral economy, we are pleased to present “Energy transition – An evolving journey” – a thought leadership campaign containing practical insights on the trends, opportunities and challenges in the energy industry going forward. Please see link to the … Continue Reading