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Gyrating European gas price forecasts leave companies in the dark

ANALYSIS-Gyrating European gas price forecasts leave companies in the dark Repeats to additional subscribers Forecasts still volatile after 2022 gas price spike Governments forced to guess size of energy subsidies Companies face tough choices on restarting production Energy-guzzling fertiliser and steel firms hit hard By Kate Abnett and Susanna Twidale BRUSSELS/LONDON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - Dramatic swings in forecasts for European gas prices this year have left companies and governments struggling

New Petrobras strategy signals reboot for Brazil fertilizer plans

New Petrobras strategy signals reboot for Brazil fertilizer plans By Ana Mano SAO PAULO, Jan 27 (Reuters) - New strategic planning at Brazil's state-run oil firm Petrobras likely spells a reboot for a national fertilizer production plan drawn up last year, according to people familiar with the industry. Petroleo Brasileiro SA PETR4.SA , as the state firm is formally known, said on Tuesday that it was calling off talks to sell a nitrogen fertilizer unit nearly bought by Russia's Acron .

European gas savings success hides darker reality

BREAKINGVIEWS-European gas savings success hides darker reality The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are her own. By Lisa Jucca MILAN, Jan 27 (Reuters Breakingviews) - Europe has tamed its energy cravings. War in Ukraine severely curtailed flows of Russian gas to the 27-nation bloc last year, pushing up the price of the fossil fuel and forcing households and businesses to quickly figure out ways to use energy more sparingly.

Yara CEO says green tech investors looking at U.S., not Europe

LONDON, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Europe is not providing sufficient incentives for companies such as fertiliser producer Yara YAR.OL to transition to green technologies in stark contrast to the United States, the chief executive of the Norwegian company said. "From a business perspective it would make much more sense to expand in the U.S. and that is what is happening now across the board," Svein Tore Holsether said in an interview.

How industry is depending on carbon capture technology for climate goals

By Cassandra Garrison Aug 29 (Reuters) - Norwegian carbon dioxide (CO2) storage company Northern Lights and its owners have agreed to store emissions captured at fertiliser-maker Yara's YAR.OL Dutch operation from 2025 in what they say is a commercial breakthrough for the business. The joint venture founded by oil firms Equinor EQNR.OL , TotalEnergies TTEF.PA and Shell SHEL.L plans to inject CO2 from industrial plants into rock formations beneath the North Sea ocean floor.


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