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BP and Japan’s ITOCHU among new firms joining Hydrogen Council

That brings the total number of companies to 60, collectively representing more than €2.6tn in revenues

Greenpeace activists climb back on board BP oil rig

After police removed two protestors who had spent 70 hours blocking the rig from leaving Cromarty Firth, two more have replaced them

Greenpeace protestors board North Sea oil rig in protest against BP

Two climate activists climbed aboard the 27,000-tonne platform as it was towed out into the North Sea

Greenpeace BP protest
Greenpeace activists shut down BP offices ahead of AGM

Climate campaigners have locked themselves in heavy containers placed to block all entrances to the energy giant’s headquarters

BP-backed energy supplier Pure Planet cuts prices

Customers will see their energy bills reduce by £24 a year

BP and partners to invest $6bn in Azeri oil project

The new development is designed to process up to 100,000 barrels of oil per day

LNG-to-power facility in Brazil granted $288m

The project consists of a 1.3GW CCGT plant, an LNG import terminal, a transmission line and the expansion of an existing substation

BP commits $100m for emissions reductions

It will support new projects that will generate additional emissions reductions in its upstream oil and gas operations

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BP, Drax, Shell and Tata Steel join UK carbon capture Advisory Group

They will provide advice on the potential incentives and regulations needed for the development of a new CCUS market in Britain

BP and Environmental Defense Fund target methane emissions

They will work on projects that test technologies and emerging strategies to continue to improve methane management