UK Minister for Energy Security and Net Zero announced as headline speaker for ETIDEX 2023.
BDO, one of the UK's leading accountancy and business advisory firms, provides services to a broad range of clients across different sectors, ranging from small enterprises and individuals to complex multinational organisations.
The most recent Decommissioning Cost and Performance Report published by the North Sea Transition Authority (“NSTA”) on 9 August 2023 showed that the total cost estimate for decommissioning remaining oil and gas infrastructure on the UK Continental Shelf ("UKCS") is over £40 billion.
Carbon Capture Storage (CCS) is set to play a vital role in the UK’s drive to net zero.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), approximately 1.8 million people suffered from a work-related illness in the UK in the fiscal year 2021/22.
In today's political and economic climate, there are numerous issues facing the North Sea Oil and Gas industry. Problems such as falling production, lack of positive government support, and rising operating and business costs seem insurmountable. But what if there was an easy solution based in the UAE?
Energy Voice's third annual Future North Sea event made its in-person debut at Aberdeen's P&J Live today.
With the energy transition in full swing, the future of upstream oil and gas development in the North Sea is no longer clear.
A rebound in the oil price is unlikely to derail future hydrogen investments, industry experts have predicted.
In today's fast-moving world, a striking photograph still has the power to make us pause and ponder.
GlobalData expects 36 upstream projects to start operations in Indonesia between 2021 and 2025, with natural gas developments making up around two-thirds.
The UK energy market is transitioning, oil and gas is in slow decline, decommissioning is focussing on single lift solutions and the renewables market is in significant growth mode, albeit very cost driven.
In this week’s episode, in collaboration with OGUK, Energy Voice’s three April fools, Ed, Hamish and Mark, put the jokes to one side for half an hour and take a stroll through the last week’s top tales.
North Sea firms will need to “come together and work differently” in order to take full advantage of the UK Government’s transition deal.
Asia remains the world’s largest and fastest expanding energy demand centre. Significantly, regional investments in the transition towards a cleaner energy system have maintained pace during the coronavirus pandemic.
Anglo-Dutch supermajor Shell has received a notice to proceed (NTP) for a proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) import scheme in the Philippines.
France’s Total will join FueLNG - a joint venture between Keppel O&M and Anglo-Dutch major Shell - and Pavilion Energy, as a licensed LNG bunkering provider at the port of Singapore.
Chevron has spilled an unknown quantity of oil from one of its pipes, at the Dumai Port in Riau, Indonesia, that is used to ship hydrocarbons from its Rokan Block.
Energy Voice's latest monthly supplement has been published with The Press & Journal.
Malaysia’s Petronas is almost doubling its yearly capital investment spend on new energy initiatives this year as it eyes a slow measured diversification away from the traditional oil and gas business.
Russian gas independent Novatek is set to export more than 3 million tonnes per year (t/y) of LNG to China from the Arctic LNG 2 project as part of its latest deal with Shenergy Group.
Australia’s Woodside Energy is reducing its presence in Myanmar and expects to fully demobilise its offshore exploration drilling team over the coming weeks following reports of human rights violations in the Southeast Asian nation.
Asia Pacific-focused Jadestone Energy is preparing to re-issue a tender for a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel for its planned gas development at Nam Du and U Minh off Vietnam.
From trading houses in Geneva to Wall Street banks, much of the oil world agrees that global markets could use some more barrels. The big question is whether OPEC+ will provide enough of them.
Petronas MPM reckons there is at least 6 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe) waiting to be discovered in Malaysia’s deep waters.