All articles by Kit Million Ross

Kit Million Ross

Kit Million Ross is a Feature Writer for GlobalData's energy titles with an MA in Radio Documentary. Having previously written about LGBTQ+ news and the finance sector, they now draw upon their passion for technology and advancements in clean energy.

Carbon capture: progress that’s getting the industry buzzing

Carbon capture technology has been hailed as a revolution that will accelerate decarbonisation. Kit Million Ross explores advances in carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology and policy that are exciting the industry.

UK sanctions trader for trafficking in Russian oil

Paramount Energy & Commodities SA owner Niels Troost is one of 50 individuals and companies sanctioned in the UK Government’s latest attempt to limit the flow of funds into Russia.

Appeals court reviews Willow oil project approval

A coalition of environmental groups, as well as grassroots organisation Sovereign Iñupiat for a Living Arctic, claims that the project had not fully considered the impact on local wildlife.

Shell joins Renewables for Subsea Power project

Shell joins other industry giants in the mission to power subsea equipment with renewable wave power.

EnQuest subsidiary granted North Sea drilling licence despite previous fines

Campaigners have criticised the UK Government for awarding the company, which is owned by a major political donor, a new drilling licence despite a major fine in 2022.

Longboat JAPEX Norge completes sale of Norwegian stakes

The Japanese-Norwegian joint venture (JV) has also announced the acquisition of its first producing assets in the area.

Tokyo Gas establishes LNG-to-power project in Vietnam

This is Tokyo Gas’ second liquefied natural gas (LNG)-to-power project in Vietnam.

Study shows AI could revolutionise carbon capture systems

Researchers from the University of Surrey hope that artificial intelligence (AI) could lead to huge efficacy and efficiency gains in carbon capture systems worldwide.

TotalEnergies investigates heating issues at Shetland Gas Plant

The French energy major is examining the cause of a major failure in part of the Scottish facility after a safety incident last week.

Saudi Aramco boss claims renewables can’t meet global power demand

The CEO of Saudi Aramco said that renewables are not “ready to shoulder the heavy burden of global demand” at an energy conference in London.