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BP takes hit of up to $17.5bn as it forecasts cheaper oil

BP says it expects oil prices to be lower than expected from now until 2050 as governments speed up plans to cut carbon emissions in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

read more... 15/06/2020


Post-COVID recovery brings decarbonisation opportunity

The world's response to COVID-19 is also an opportunity to meet strategic goals that include reducing carbon emissions and attaining a healthier, more sustainable environment, while ensuring economic recovery, the leaders of the Canadian Nuclear Association (CNA) and World Nuclear Association said yesterday.

read more... 08/06/2020


EU Bank offers €18m loan to Polish solar sector

The PV plants are expected to save 47,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.

read more... 29/05/2020


Daily (26.06.2020): German forward prices increased by over 2% on Monday tracking stronger carbon prices

Oil markets were relatively quiet with no significant movements on Monday due to Memorial Day in US and Spring Bank Holiday in the UK. However, o firmer demand and output cuts lent support to prices.

read more... 26/05/2020


Daily (21.05.2020) European carbon prices rallied above €21 on Wednesday

Oil prices extended the bullish run on Wednesday due to a fall in U.S. crude inventories and recovering demand following the ease of lockdown measures. Brent crude settled $1.10, or 3.2%, higher at $35.75 a barrel. West Texas Intermediate futures ended $1.53, or 4.8%, higher at $33.49.

read more... 21/05/2020