A flagship energy event is to take place in Aberdeen next month after Omicron restrictions were scrapped in Scotland.
A further two energy events have been forced to alter their plans due to the ongoing spread of Omicron across Europe.
In May 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released Net Zero by 2050: a Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector, the first comprehensive study of how to transition to a net zero energy system by 2050, while ensuring stable and affordable energy supplies, universal energy access, and enabling robust economic growth.
A list of finalists for the prestigious 2022 Subsea Expo awards has been released.
Organisers of Aberdeen’s SPE Offshore Europe conference say there is no change to their plans to run a physical event in February, as the UK proposes tighter restrictions in the face of rising cases of a new variant of COVID-19.
The oil and gas industry's top talent will be recognised for their talent, innovation and accomplishment this week.
Africa Oil Week (AOW) and Africa Energy Week (AEW) are due to go head to head once more in 2022, this time in the same city.
Africa Oil Week (AOW) and African Energy Week (AEW) have gone head to head, competing for interest and delegates to come to Dubai and Cape Town respectively.
The timing is right for ADIPEC in person, conference organisers dmg Events have said, with people eager to get together – and coming just after the COP26 event in Glasgow.
Wind sits at the centre of any credible plan to build a net zero economy by 2050. The technology for large-scale offshore wind is proven. Moreover, it has become one of the cheapest forms of electricity, with costs falling by two thirds in the last five years.
Sir Ian Wood has joined an array of high-profile speakers attending the Energy Voice event that will raise the curtain on the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
As COP26 - UN Climate Change Conference is gearing up for the start of November, the Energy 2050 Summit | COP26 EDITION prepares to convene energy industry leaders on the 20th – 21st October 2021 to discuss, debate and collaborate on the future of energy globally.
The long-awaited UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) kicks off in Glasgow in November when world leaders arrive in Scotland to seek agreement on how to tackle clime change collectively.
Hundreds of people are to gather in Aberdeen next month to celebrate diversity and inclusion in the energy industry.
Some of the North Sea oil and gas industry’s biggest players, including Neptune Energy, BP and TotalEnergies, are in the running to pick up a gong at the OGUK Awards.
Government and industry leaders to gather this month for the return of the Uganda International Oil & Gas Summit.
EnQuest has stated a “great future” is in store for its Magnus platform after severing ties with West of Shetland gas.
The way in which oil and gas companies rallied together in order to respond to Covid-19 has been held up as a “great example” of collaboration in the industry.
“Corporate Darwinism” could come to the fore as the energy industry tries to overcome challenges by finding new and innovative ways of working.
The chief executive of the OGA has said he is frustrated by companies “mucking around in commercial disputes” while a climate emergency is ongoing.
The COP26 climate conference could pave the way for a “three figure” carbon price, a senior political figure has said.
A senior figure at BP has hailed net zero for offering the oil and gas giant a chance to become a “better company”.
A senior executive at Baker Hughes and chair of this year’s Offshore Europe has told the conference that the industry is well aware of its “responsibility” to net zero and “didn’t need COP26 to prick our conscience”.
The oil and gas industry is “not doing enough” to fight climate change, according to the UK Government’s top adviser on the issue.
Success in the ScotWind offshore leasing round for BP will be worth up to £40million annually to the local Aberdeen economy and create up to 120 jobs, the company has claimed.