bp America comments on Washington State Department of Ecology Clean Fuels Program.
bp America comments to White House Council on Environmental Quality’s Guidance for Carbon.
bp America comments to Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, following Clean Fuels Program public workshop.
bp America letter of support – California 2022-23 Budget Augmentation.
bp America letter to California legislative leadership on Budget Augmentation of Offshore Wind Energy Deployment Facility Improvement Program.
Summary of key points made in response to Welsh Affairs Committee’s call for evidence to its inquiry into grid capacity in Wales.
Summary of key points made in response to Ofgem Hydrogen Village Trial Detailed Design Studies consultation.
bp responds to the EU commission Certification of Carbon Removals consultation. We support the introduction of an EU framework for carbon removals certification. We respond to the consultation with recommendations for what should be considered as part of the frameworks design.
bp responds to the EU Commission’s ‘renewable energy projects – permit-granting processes and power purchase agreements (PPAs)’ consultation. We suggest some regulatory changes that could be important to foster the deployment of corporate PPAs and we highlight the main barriers we encounter when entering into PPAs.
bp America comments on Washington State Department of Ecology on Clean Fuels Program.
bp America files slip of support of Illinois Senate Bill 3613 Hydrogen Economy Task Force.
bp America letter to Illinois Commerce Commission Beneficial Electrification Workshop on Electric Vehicle Charging.
bp America comments on Oregon Clean Fuels Program Expansion workshop.
bp letter to Iowa State Senators on House File 2128.
Summary of key points made in response to Crown Estate Scotland Leasing Information consultation.
Summary of key points made in response to UK government consultation on proposed amendments to Supply Chain Plans and CfD (Contracts for Difference) Delivery.
Summary of key points made in response to UK government’s call for ideas for its proposed Low Carbon Fuels Strategy.
bp responds to the Dutch government’s consultation on the market design for hydrogen.
bp responds to the public consultation on the EU Gas Regulation and Directive. We support decarbonization of European gas markets and highlight several key areas where we believe the proposals would benefit from further consideration and clarification.
bp responds to the public consultation on the EU Gas Regulation. We support decarbonization of European gas markets and highlight several key areas where we believe the proposals would benefit from further consideration and clarification.
bp responds to the public consultation on the EU Methane Regulation. We support the introduction of an EU regulation to tackle methane emissions. Our feedback highlights two key areas in which we believe the proposal would benefit from further consideration and clarification.
bp testimony to the Washington House Transportation Committee on House Bill 2219.
bp testimony to the Washington Senate Transport Committee on Senate Bill 5874.
bp America comments in support of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to deny petitions for Small Refinery Exemptions.
bp America comments in support of the US Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal to set Renewable Fuel Standard volume obligations for 2020, 2021 and 2022.
bp joins members of the CEO Climate Dialogue in calling on congressional leadership to prioritize climate action in 2022.
bp supports reducing methane emissions in efforts to combat climate change – Mary Streett on LinkedIn.
Summary of key points made in response to the UK government’s Climate Compatibility Checkpoints consultation.
bp America comments on Draft Chapter 173-446 WAC, Climate Commitment Act Program Rule.
Joint comments of bp America and Equinor Wind US LLC on the Carolina Long Bay Area Proposed Sale Notice (BOEM-2021-0078).
bp calls for Congress to refocus on Build Back Better climate provisions.
bp America comments on the EPA’s proposed standards of performance for new, reconstructed, and modified sources and emissions guidelines for existing sources: Oil and Natural Gas Sector Climate Review (EPA-HQ-OAR-2021-0317).
bp America comments following the California Air Resources Board LCFS workshop.
bp joins more than 260 companies in a letter to congressional leadership urging action on the Build Back Better Act.
Summary of key points made in response to Scottish government’s Draft Hydrogen Action Plan
bp responds to the consultation on EU Commission’s AFIR proposal and welcomes the views on decarbonizing the transport sector. Recommendations to the Commission are provided. This is part of the EU Fit for 55 Package.
bp welcomes the EU’s proposed target to increase the overall share of renewables to at least 40%, underpinned by sectoral targets. Recommendations to the EU Commission on how to better reach the target are included. This is part of the EU Fit for 55 Package.
bp welcomes the EU Commission’s proposal for a sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandate as a pragmatic tool to ramp up production and consumption of SAF. We respond to the consultation with recommendations provided to the EU Commission. This is part of the EU Fit for 55 Package.
bp welcomes the FuelEU Maritime proposal to introduce a GHG intensity reduction target for the energy used on ships and, in the response to the consultation, encourages more ambition. This is part of the EU Fit for 55 Package.
bp America comments in support of the Council for Environmental Quality’s Phase 1 proposed revisions to the National Environmental Policy Act implementing regulations.
bp America joined other businesses and eNGOs in signing a letter to US congressional leadership in support of provisions to advance low and zero carbon hydrogen production.
bp America comments on Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s RM21-17-000 transmission advanced notice of proposed rulemaking.
bp America joined a broad group of businesses supporting climate provisions in the budget reconciliation bill in a letter to congressional leadership.
bp America supplemental comments in advance of EPA’s proposed regulation of methane emissions from existing sources in the oil and gas industry.
bp America white paper on methane detection technology, provided as input in advance of EPA’s proposed regulation of methane emissions from the oil and gas industry (non-rulemaking Docket).
bp welcomes the proposal and presented some recommendations on the mass
balance approach to the Commission.
In a new report, the Green Jobs Taskforce, to which bp contributed, called for government, industry and the education sector to take action to deliver on the promise of a green industrial revolution and net zero.
bp becomes a member of the Electric Vehicle Fleet Accelerator (EVFA). The EVFA outlined a series of actions needed from both industry and government to help accelerate the mass adoption of electric vehicles across the UK.
bp response to the Open Public Consultation on the Hydrogen and Gas Market Decarbonisation Package.
bp comments on the draft delegated act on Article 8 of Regulation (EU) 2020/852 (‘Taxonomy Regulation’).
bp America comments to the Securities and Exchange Commission on the request for public input on climate disclosures.
bp submission to Hīkina te Kohupara – Kia mauri ora ai te iwi, a Green Paper for Consultation on the decarbonization of road transport by the New Zealand government.
bp response to the consultation on legislation to measure and mitigate methane emissions in the energy sector.
Oral testimony at the Washington State Ways & Means committee supporting the proposed Climate Commitment Act (time 90:00), which included provisions for a cap and invest carbon pricing programme.
bp response to the Consultation on the Review of Directive 2018/2001/EU on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources.
Oral testimony at the Washington State Senate Environment, Energy & Technology committee supporting the proposed Climate Commitment Act (time 24:18), which included provisions for a cap and invest carbon pricing programme.
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