The UK will continue to subsidize fossil-fuelled power plants into the second half of this decade with operators paid a record fee to stay open.
The eagerly anticipated annual Geothermal Seminar, organised by SPE Aberdeen, is set to take place on 21 – 22 February.
European natural gas futures fluctuated near technical levels that signal the contracts may have been oversold.
Shell Plc (LON:SHEL) is looking to sell part of its stake in a wind farm it built off the coast of the Netherlands as the company aims to drive more value for shareholders.
“We don’t believe we are going to energy transition now, not when even countries like the UK are awarding exploration licences. At UNOC, we want to see how other countries are coping with the transition.”
On Friday, February 2, 2024, P&J Live will host the P&J 275 Charity Gala in association with Cala. The event promises an unforgettable evening, celebrating the charities that are making a profound impact on our communities.
One of the main options being considered by the UK Government in a planned shake-up of electricity market arrangements threatens jobs, cheaper energy and new wind projects, a new report warns.
Specialist oil and gas well logging firm READ Cased Hole is targeting a jobs and growth boost from upgrades to its Viking House headquarters in Aberdeen's Bridge of Don.
Small and medium-sized enterprises, from two to 149 employees, are invited to apply.
Shell (LON: SHEL) expects to receive approval for its plans to decommission the legs of the Brent oilfield in 2024, a spokesperson has told Energy Voice.
Aberdeen oil field equipment supplier AISUS Offshore has announced a strategic partnership with Brazilian engineering firm SIMEROS.
The current Chief Executive, Bob Buskie, joined the Port of Cromarty Firth ten years ago and will retire in 2024. The Executive Search business, Odgers Berndtson, have been selected to find Bob’s successor.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) have launched a call for emissions measuring and monitoring technology to feature in a new roadmap.
SLB has launched a new screening and ranking solution designed to assess the capacity and economic viability of carbon storage sites during the ADIPEC conference in Abu Dhabi.
Norwegian company AF Gruppen (AFG) has secured a key decommissioning contract for a North Sea platform.
Former BP (LON: BP) CEO John Browne expects the British supermajor to move on from its governance scandal “quite quickly” and stick with its current strategy.
Climate change protesters from Extinction Rebellion (XR) poured fake oil and set off smoke grenades in a targeted protest at the headquarters of the Labour Party in London.
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” might be good advice in some situations but when it comes to operating critical systems offshore, a run-to-fail policy is far from optimal.
A lack of offshore wind bids for the AR5 CfD auction would be the "biggest failure" in UK green energy since 2015, industry figures have said.
STC INSISO, a leading provider of risk control and assurance software and services, has announced the launch of its latest COMET suite product, COMET Supply Chain, previously known as Vendorse.
Greenpeace should not be given "a seat at the table" in Whitehall discussions of climate-related issues following an anti-oil protest targeting Rishi Sunak's home, Downing Street has said.
SSE’s team in Aberdeen are road testing First Hydrogen’s new hydrogen-powered van, the first UK utility to do so.
The Tories were keen to criticise Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer after he appeared to soften his position on domestic oil and gas production.
Equinor says "The world is far from being on track" to meet the net zero goals laid out in the Paris Agreement.
As of 30 May, Westwood Global Energy reports that there is one appraisal and three exploration wells active on the NCS.