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    Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon

    03.04.2018· Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon Economy. Deborah Gordon, Madhav Acharya. April 03, 2018; Article; Source: Getty. Summary: It is critical to assess how shifting to a low-carbon economy will impact oil refining—piecemeal or isolated policy efforts could lead to unintended consequences. Related Media and Tools. Full Text ; Print Page; 1; Sign up for weekly

  • oil shake-up: refining transitions in a low-carbon

    Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon

    Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon Economy August 27, 2019 Senior Fellow Deborah Gordon and Madhav Acharya recently co-authored a piece looking at why it is critical to assess how shifting to a low-carbon economy will impact oil refining.

  • oil shake-up: refining transitions in a low-carbon

    OIL SHAKE-UP: REFINING TRANSITIONS IN A LOW-CARBON

    OIL SHAKE-UP: REFINING TRANSITIONS IN A LOW-CARBON ECONOMY There’s a loud buzz about the coming demise of internal combustion engines, an outcome that would significantly reduce gasoline and diesel consumption. But just how such disruptive transport innovations might ripple through the petroleum sector has not been adequately explored.

  • oil shake-up: refining transitions in a low-carbon

    Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon

    Oil Shake-Up: Refining Transitions in a Low-Carbon Economy It is critical to assess how shifting to a low-carbon economy will impact oil refining—piecemeal or isolated policy efforts could lead to unintended consequences.

  • oil, gas and the ′long transition′ to a low-carbon economy

    Oil, gas and the ′long transition′ to a low-carbon economy

    Environment Oil, gas and the 'long transition' to a low-carbon economy. Oil and gas industry representatives are gathering in Norway for the biennial ONS energy conference.

  • transition to a low-carbon economy: how are high

    Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy: How Are High

    Established in 2017, TPI defines what the transition to a low-carbon economy looks like for companies in high-impact sectors such as oil and gas, mining, and electricity generation. TPI then relays the information to asset owners and other stakeholders. In just three years, TPI has done well. Sixty-seven funds representing nearly US$19 trillion in Assets Under Management, are now using TPI’s

  • commentary: that low-carbon future for singapore isn’t so

    Commentary: That low-carbon future for Singapore isn’t so

    But a green economy does not preclude the petrochemical and refining industry altogether, and there are multiple scenarios of a low-carbon transition for Singapore.

  • moving to a low-carbon economy: the financial impact of

    Moving to a Low-Carbon Economy: The Financial Impact of

    Transitioning from oil to low-carbon transport could also result in a positive impact on the financial system over the same period, with an esti- mated impact ranging from a negative impact of $2.5 trillion to a net benefit of $3.5 trillion, depending on policy choices.

  • enabling a just transition to a low-carbon economy in the

    Enabling a just transition to a low-carbon economy in the

    A just transition one that captures a social, environmental and economic approach is crucial. There is broad agreement on the concepts a just transition should focus on namely jobs, social welfare, individual wellbeing and financial sustainability. However, specific policies vary depending on the sector, geography and local economy

  • north sea co2 storage will support transition to low

    North Sea CO2 storage will support transition to low

    North Sea CO2 storage will support transition to low-carbon economy by Rebecca Bell, policy and research officer, Scottish Carbon Capture & Storage (SCCS) 21/12/2018, 10:48 am Updated: 21/12/2018