[ad_1] U.S. President Joe Biden meets with Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa’s president, not pictured, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., US, on Friday, Sept. 16, 2022. Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images A landmark agreement to shift away from fossil fuels thrusts U.S. policy into the global spotlight, with campaigners demanding that President Joe Biden’s administration should lead the charge toward cleaner energy technologies. For the first time in nearly…"What the COP28 deal means for the U.S. amid record oil and gas output"
[ad_1] The past few years have seen a number of business leaders talk about blending hydrogen into natural gas infrastructure. Nicolas Economou | Nurphoto | Getty Images A host of solutions — including blending hydrogen into natural gas infrastructure — will be needed to meet decarbonization goals, according to the CEO of Italgas. “Recently, there has been a little bit of change in the view of the future of the energy transition,” Paolo Gallo…"CEO on why natural gas infrastructure must be ready for clean hydrogen"
[ad_1] In this feature, part of a series exploring the fight against trafficking in the Sahel, UN News focuses on the illegal fuel trade in the region. Transported by criminal networks and taxed by terrorist groups, illegal fuel flows along four major routes snaking across the Sahel towards ready buyers, siphoning millions from nations on the road to stabilizing their security-challenged region, home to 300 million people. “Fuel trafficking is undermining the rule of law;…"Gas lighting — Global Issues"
[ad_1] Former Tonight Show host Jay Leno was in good spirits during a new interview about the recent garage fire that burned his face, chest and hands. Leno, 72, sat down with Today host Hoda Kotb to discuss the gasoline fire at his Los Angeles home that left him hospitalized for over a week. The comedian said he and his friend Dave Killackey were working on a 1907 steam car — one of many beloved…"Jay Leno ‘got a full face of gas’ in fire that burned his face, chest and hands – National"
[ad_1] Leaders from Poland, Norway and Denmark have attended a ceremony in Szczecin to mark the opening of the new Baltic Pipe, a key stage in the drive to wean Poland and Europe off Russian gas. The pipeline will transport natural gas from the Norwegian shelf via Denmark and through the Baltic Sea to Poland. It is the centrepiece of a Polish strategy to diversify away from Russia that began years before Moscow’s February invasion of Ukraine triggered…"Baltic Pipe: Norway-Poland gas pipeline opens in key move to cut dependency on Russia"
[ad_1] SINGAPORE — There’s no debate, the $5.83 Californians are paying on average for a gallon of gas stings. But how would you feel if you were charged $10.90 a gallon? That’s what Stimson Ho is confronted with when he pulls up to his usual Esso station in Hong Kong’s Kowloon neighborhood. Filling up his compact SUV will set him back $120. Prices have been so high in the Asian financial center that Ho no longer…"Gas prices are much higher in many countries around the world"
[ad_1] The military conflict in Ukraine could have a big impact on gas prices everywhere. MCCAIG As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues, gas prices across the US keep rising. On Thursday morning, the national average was $3.54 a gallon, according to AAA, and by Saturday it had reached $3.60. In comparison, the average US gas price was about $2.65 one year ago. The national average could easily click past $4 a gallon by mid-March, Tom Kloza, an…"Gas Price Spike: How High Will Costs Soar After Invasion of Ukraine?"