In a year like no other, we present a rundown of some of Energy Voice’s biggest headlines of 2022.
As “another extraordinary year” in the energy sector comes to an end, outgoing chief executive of Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), Deirdre Michie, reflects on the last 12 months and her time at the helm of the trade body.
Without putting too fine a point on it 2022 has been a disaster for pretty much everyone who didn’t run a hedge fund, is a shareholder in an oil and gas or other energy company or works in a bank and is due a bonus.
As a leading voice for its 270-plus members, Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG) is gearing up for its 20th year, and with a strong focus on ensuring a just and equitable transition, the size of the prize has never been more evident.
So, unlike the majority of turkeys, you’ve survived another Christmas of excess; and thoughts are probably returning to those same old clichés and noble ideals.
North Sea operators will deliver 'near-record' cash margins in 2022, according to Wood Mackenzie, amid higher oil and gas prices and following 'brutal' cuts of previous downturns.
The oil and gas sector will enter 2022 with record cash flows amid high commodity prices, but increasing pressures on finance in the wake of COP26 make for an uncertain outlook.
After nearly two years in which we have all faced challenges operationally, economically, and personally, there is much to look forward to for the underwater sector in 2022 and we prepare for the new year with confidence. There is much to be optimistic about in terms of the energy transition and the blue economy.
Organisers of Subsea Expo 2022 are urging members of the industry to set their calendars for one of its first post-pandemic international events.