Storegga has unveiled new branding ahead of its chief executive's appearance at the COP 27 conference in Egypt this week.
Harbour Energy (LON:HBR) reported strong nine-month performance in 2022 as production rose by more than a quarter, but again took aim at the impact of the UK’s windfall tax measures.
The UK Government has snubbed a meeting with the team behind a carbon capture project that promises to deliver thousands of north-east jobs.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could create and underpin thousands of green jobs in the north and north-east of Scotland in the coming years.
The developers of the Acorn project say they hope the scheme can be online by 2027 but are wary of further delays to government support packages, as ministers met this week to discuss decarbonisation efforts.
Over a third of the UK’s carbon emissions are generated by the 80 percent of domestic homes currently using natural gas for heating and cooking.
The UK’s first ever Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) licensing round is just a week away, mooted by the regulator to “kickstart the next phase of this great industry”.
We need urgent action now if the UK is to seize its golden opportunity to lead the world in carbon capture
The government is rightly pressing the urgency of the country’s energy security challenge. It is imperative we also use this as an opportunity to make large and purposeful strides towards our net zero obligations. In his recent letter to the oil and gas industry - 'Accelerating investment to protect Britain’s energy security' - Kwasi Kwarteng calls for the industry to “double down on investments in the clean energy transition”. Key to this is the acceleration of our home grown decarbonisation industry.
UK carbon capture developer Storegga has appointed Michael Alsford into the new role of head of corporate finance and investor relations.
The UK’s bus and lorry fleets, plus many homes, could be running on low carbon hydrogen within two decades thanks to green technologies now being pioneered in three UK regions renowned until now for their carbon-intensive industries.
Plans for new north-east low-carbon power station - that could create and support scores of green jobs - have taken a “major step” forwards.
Shell has unveiled new plans in a bid to get its rejected Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea back on track.
Scotland would be up to £6.7 billion better off with investment in carbon capture technology, the energy minister has said.
The UK Government’s decision to put the Acorn project on a reserve list offers “no advantage”, says a world-leading carbon capture expert.
It is feared that Nicola Sturgeon’s recent comments on North Sea oil and gas may harm a key Aberdeenshire decarbonisation project.
Storegga, a major partner in an Aberdeenshire decarbonisation project, has entered into an agreement to explore carbon capture and storage (CCS) across the North Sea.
The US-headquartered oil major will invest $15 billion in new and “aggressive” emissions reduction plans.
For those working across the energy industry, COP26 has been a hot topic for the last several years. Now, the conference is finally underway and, like everyone reading this, I am hopeful that it will see significant breakthroughs in the fight to tackle climate change globally.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has come under fire for “failing to provide much needed clarity” on future carbon capture projects after a snub for the Acorn project last week.
Boris Johnson has insisted the north-east’s Scottish Cluster carbon capture bid “still has strong potential” despite the UK Government choosing to reject the project.
The UK Government has announced its choice of the East Coast Cluster and HyNet North West to develop as the UK’s first Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage (CCUS) clusters by the mid-2020s. The Scottish Cluster has been named as a reserve project.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has granted Harbour Energy (LON:HBR) a carbon capture and storage (CCS) licence for its V Net Zero project in the Humber.
There is just a fortnight to go until the UK Government could reveal the two projects that will form its carbon capture and storage (CCS) vanguard.
Scottish business leaders have joined forces with billionaire Sir Ian Wood to demand the North-east is made the centre of plans to decarbonise the UK energy system.