Number: 6


  • Biomass availability and sector competition

    The present version of the report is a draft sent out for review by selected stakeholders. Subject to exposing our findings to review comments during a webinar June 2nd 2022, the report will be prepared as a final version. The aims of this project have been to: - Provide an overview of recent scientific consensus on future potentials of biomass that are estimated to be sustainably available for non-food/feed purposes, i.e. as feedstock for energy, fuels and materials/chemicals - ...

  • DNVs UK Energy Transition Outlook

    The first edition of DNVs UK Energy Transition Outlook (ETO) 2022 highlights that the nation will miss its net zero ambitions and achieve an 85% reduction from 1990 levels by 2050, with significant emissions from the buildings and transport sector still impeding overall success. In this report, DNV provides a detailed forecast of the demand and supply of energy towards 2050 and delves into the specific opportunities, challenges, policy, and financing impacting the likelihood ...

  • Maritime Decarbonization Strategy 2022

    The Maritime Decarbonization Strategy reviews the progress of the transition in the shipping sector so far and outlines the actions the industry must take to move closer to the Paris 1.5°C trajectory. The conclusions and recommendations presented in the report are based on analyses and modelling work done by the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Centerfor Zero Carbon Shipping, outcomes from workshops with center partners and other stakeholders across the maritime industry, and the results ...

  • Net-zero emissions: glossary of terms

    Since the Paris Agreement, IPIECA has continued to work on the topic of low-emissions pathways highlighting the fundamental role and contribution of the oil and gas industry in addressing the challenge of a transition to a low-emissions future. The concept of net-zero emissions is a key element of the discussion around low-emission pathways and the energy transition required to meet the aims of the Paris Agreement. This glossary was developed to support the oil and gas industry ...

  • Short-haul flying and sustainable connectivity

    The emergence of global targets to decarbonise have brought with them increased scrutiny of transport and of aviation in particular. One proposed means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from transport is a modal shift from air to rail. This has been encouraged both through investment in rail infrastructure, and by bans and taxes on short-haul air journeys. Oxera has been commissioned to assess the environmental impacts of air and rail and the factors that need to be taken ...

  • The crucial role of low-carbon hydrogen production to achieve Europe’s climate ambition: A technical assessment

    Hydrogen has emerged as a central narrative of the European Green Deal. With the legally-binding objective of climate neutrality by 2050, set by the European Climate Law and the increased climate target for 2030, the need to speed up the efforts towards climate change mitigation is evident. The EU is therefore relying on hydrogen as a way to decarbonise energy-intensive industries, energy and transport sectors. The EU hydrogen strategy, published in July 2020, highlights that ...

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