Bakken field leaking methane at 275 mtpa, less than satellite and EPA estimates

WASHINGTON D.C. -- The Bakken oil and gas field is leaking a lot of methane, but less than what some satellites report, and less than the latst EPA inventory.  READ MORE

Non-OECD energy use to increase CO2 emissions by one-third by 2040

WASHINGTON D.C. – A report by the U.S. Energy Information Administration suggests that global energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are projected to increase by one-third between 2012 and 2040. READ MORE

Wood Mac: U.S. gasoline demand to fall due to electric vehicles

HOUSTON – A new report from Wood Mackenzie suggests that the U.S. gasoline demand will fall decline 5% to as much 20% by 2015 due to increasing use of electric cars. READ MORE

EIA: Fossil fuels still dominate U.S. energy consumption despite recent market share decline

WASHINGTON D.C. -- Three fossil fuels—petroleum, natural gas, and coal—have provided more than 80% of total U.S. energy consumption for more than 100 years. READ MORE

Barclays: Climate change risk to fossil fuel industry could be $33 trillion

NEW YORK – The risk to the fossil fuel industry, as a result of environmental action to leave fossil fuels in the ground, could be as much as $33 trillion. READ MORE

IEA: Low oil prices are hurting energy efficiency trends

PARIS -- An updated analysis from the International Energy Agency has confirmed that the current oil price environment has had a negative impact on oil investments, hurt energy efficiency. READ MORE

EU insists on 37% emissions cut for Britain, despite Brexit

BRUSSELS -- The EU has unveiled national targets for cutting greenhouse gases by 2030, insisting Britain is still required to meet its UN goal despite set to leave. READ MORE

Carbon Reports

Nordic countries aim for carbon neutrality through EV, biofuels

STOCKHOLM -- Through regional cooperation, Nordic countries can achieve a near carbon-neutral energy system by 2050, while contributing to European decarbonization. READ MORE

EIA: Record natural gas withdrawal for summer power generation

WASHINGTON D.C. -- Record-high consumption of natural gas for electric power generation drove withdrawal of 6 Bcf for the week ending July 29. READ MORE

Climate initiatives pose $100 trillion threat to fossil fuel industry

Large-scale resource abandonment translates into an eye-watering $100 trillion in foregone fossil fuel revenues by 2050. READ MORE

BP: Emissions growth rate will decline, but level of carbon emissions continues to grow

LONDON – The growth rate of carbon emissions more than halves during 2014-2035 relative to the previous 20 years, driven by faster efficiency gains and the changing fuel mix: 0.9% per annum, compared with 2.9%. READ MORE