Press Conference: New Report Reveals North Sea Countries’ Oil and Gas Plans Breach Paris Agreement

March 5, 2024By Valentina StacklNorth Sea, Press Releases

Join us for a critical press conference addressing the failure of the five major North Sea oil and gas-producing countries – Norway, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark – to fulfill their climate commitments. The press conference will unveil a comprehensive report and set of benchmarks rating North Sea countries’ oil and gas production policies by their level of alignment with the Paris Agreement developed by Oil Change International.

Countries make joint statement on shifting fossil fuel subsidies towards renewable energy at COP28

December 9, 2023By nicolePress Releases, Stop Funding Fossils

“Today’s announcement from the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Canada and many of their peers is a disappointment. At a time when we need rich country leaders to concretely expand their past ambition to secure a fair deal, these ministers are just regurgitating promises and initiatives that are now more than a decade old and have been so ineffective that fossil fuel handouts and profits continue to reach record levels.”

Response: The UK’s decision to lift its fracking ban flies in the face of climate science and will not solve its energy crisis

September 8, 2022By nicoleEnergy Transitions & Futures, Global Policy, Press Releases

Contacts Nicole Rodel: nicole [at] priceofoil.org Silje Lundberg: silje [at] priceofoil.org Today, Prime Minister Liz Truss announced the reversal of the UK’s fracking ban, despite advice from the government’s own advisors that such a move will not help lower energy bills or support long-term energy security. The decision to remove the moratorium on fracking, which … Read More

True climate leaders must take decisive action to stop fossil fuel expansion at Biden’s Climate Summit

April 21, 2021By LaurieBlog Post

Rich countries at this week’s Climate Summit need to take decisive action to stop the expansion of oil and gas production, both at home and abroad, both to protect the global climate and local communities. True climate leadership means breaking away from destructive oil and gas and investing in real solutions and green jobs that will help people and the planet thrive.