Policy and Regulation

Regulatory Round-up: EU plans to slash methane emissions, Japan publishes code of conduct for ESG data providers

The European Council has agreed on a proposal to reduce methane emissions in the energy sector. Under its measures, oil and gas companies operating in the EU would be required to disclose their methane emissions and have their reports checked by independent bodies. The new rules also propose that ...

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