National Grid plans £10m project to test hydrogen heating for UK homes

A facility will be built in the North West of England to test how hydrogen could be used to warm homes and slash emissions from industry

Bottoms up! Thousands of litres of expired beer fuel wastewater treatment plant in Australia

By adding around 150,000 litres of expired beer to the plant’s digester, a water utility was able to generate enough biogas to power 1,200 homes

Global gas flaring in 2019 ‘hit highest level in a decade’

Russia, Iraq, the US and Iran are the four biggest flarers and account for almost half of global gas flaring, according to a new report

Camel cull in Australia aims to alleviate drought and protect Aboriginal communities

Around 10,000 camels will be shot and killed following complaints that they are drinking too much water

New partnership mooves to convert dairy methane to natural gas

Dominion Energy and Vanguard Renewables have announced a partnership worth more than $200m to generate the renewable fuel

Scottish Government bans fracking

Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse confirmed the government will not issue any licences for unconventional oil and gas projects

Fracking shale gas ‘causing atmospheric methane levels to spike’

Researchers at Cornell University believe rising levels of the potent greenhouse gas are linked to emissions from the shale oil and natural gas industry

Methane emissions from US industry ‘100 times higher than reported’

Researchers suggests any leaks along the natural gas supply chain could make it a more significant contributor to climate change than previously thought

Oil giant Chevron ties executive pay to emissions reductions

It has pledged to reduce methane emissions and flaring intensity

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World’s largest pork producer goes the whole hog for climate change

Smithfield Foods will work with Dominion Energy to capture and use waste methane