Two research projects have kicked off to look into the colocation of offshore wind and CCS as Aberdeen University picks up 'Project Colocate'.
Treasury documents released last week could spell good news for North Sea decommissioning and CCUS investment, but tax uncertainty remains.
A huge energy transition opportunity awaits, meantime Aberdeen needs to retain its oil and gas skills base.
Aberdeen University is working on a project where hydrogen could be “banked” in depleted oil and gas reservoirs in the UK North Sea.
Apache has brought forward plans to end Forties, a foundation of North Sea production since the 70s, by 11 years.
Energy giant Shell (LON: SHEL) is funding five energy transition scholarships for masters students in the Granite City.
Meanwhile, on the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland programme, David Whitehouse, CEO of OEUK, said the plan risks “importing the energy transition”.
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Researchers at Aberdeen University have published in-depth analysis of divergent tax rates on UK oil and gas spending.
November’s changes to the oil and gas windfall tax have had a “significant impact” on the profitability of new projects, analysis has found.
Hundreds of North Sea oil and gas discoveries could be abandoned as companies battle with uncertain headwinds.
Energy transition expert says industry must use ‘data and facts’ to combat ‘image problem’ following oil protest
Aberdeen University’s energy transition lead believes academia faces an uphill struggle in setting out the merits of the oil and gas industry to some students.
ProtoTAU, Aberdeen University's Shell Eco-Marathon team are set to attend Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group's (AREG) Energy Futures Conference today.
An Aberdeen University petroleum economist has been honoured with an international recognition from the energy industry.
Extinction Rebellion holds ‘die in’ at Aberdeen University with demands to abandon oil and gas research
Climate protestors Extinction Rebellion have taken to Aberdeen University demand it stops supporting new oil fields and abandon research into the industry.
News that Equinor is pushing ahead with the development of a major North Sea oil and gas field appears to have split opinion at Aberdeen University.
Aberdeen University has bagged £220,000 to boost a project aimed at creating a process for obtaining hydrogen from organic waste.
With its potential as an energy carrier that supports an increasingly renewable electricity grid, hydrogen can complement and accelerate other technologies required to deliver net-zero by 2050.
Development pledges and new policing powers on CCUS, hydrogen and decommissioning have been unveiled in the UK Energy Security Bill, marking the “biggest reform” of its kind in a decade.
TotalEnergies is stumping up tens of thousands of pounds to help put students through energy transition courses.
Centrica has submitted an application to reopen Rough, Britain’s largest gas storage facility, as the country seeks solutions to a harsh winter ahead.
Rough, the UK’s largest gas storage site which controversially closed in 2017, is to “reopen within months” according to a report.
Windfall tax measures announced by Rishi Sunak could "accelerate" major UK oil and gas projects like Cambo and Rosebank, according to experts.
Oil and gas companies in the north-east have been challenged to alter the narrative around the industry in order to dissuade talent from relocating.
There has been a general uptick in the number of students applying to degree programmes at Aberdeen University revolving around renewable energy.