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Exxon quits ALEC category
July 13, 2018
Source: Chron

Exxon quits ALEC

Exxon Mobil yesterday informed about discontinuing its membership of American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Exxon had a public argument with ALEC last year over climate-change policy. Exxon's departure has come in light when corporate giants like Ford Motor Co. and Expedia Group Inc. have already departed the lobbying group, owing to ALEC's stance on climate rules, renewable energy and other issues.

Keynote speech at World Gas Conference gathering attention category
June 27, 2018
Source: Think Progress

Keynote speech at World Gas Conference gathering attention

Energy Secretary Rick Perry delivered a keynote speech yesterday at the World Gas Conference 2018, organized in Washington. Perry, while addressing thousands of industry personnel from around the world, pushed natural gas as an environmentally friendly fuel amidst concerns raising over a study that found natural gas to be far more destructive to the climate than previously thought.

ExxonMobil to limit flaring to reduce emissions affecting climate category
May 27, 2018

ExxonMobil to limit flaring to reduce emissions affecting climate

In an attempt to reduce emissions affecting the climate, ExxonMobil Corp. plans to reduce the amount of natural gas it burns by a quarter within two years. It is reported that the efforts shall be focused on oil wells off the coast of West Africa for in that region gas produced alongside crude is routinely burned – the process called flaring – because there’s no way to haul it to markets.

GHG levels of Britain fall as Coal fired plants plummet and investment in renewable increases category
April 1, 2018

GHG levels of Britain fall as Coal fired plants plummet and investment in renewable increases

Latest data from the Britain government showed that Britain's GHG emissions fell by 3% from 2016 levels owing to decline in coal-fired power generation plants. Britain is the second largest heat-trapping gases emitter behind Germany. The report also revealed that Britain's GHG emissions have fallen 43 percent since 1990. A significant investment in renewable energy has resulted this drastic change.

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