An "unprecedented" declaration has been signed by five former UK and Scottish Government ministers urging support for the oil and gas industry.
Former energy minister and home secretary Amber Rudd is joining the board of Scottish Gas owner Centrica.
A data leak suggests that former energy secretary Amber Rudd was a director of two companies based in the Bahamas before becoming an MP.
The revolving door of energy ministers has rotated once again, after Prime Minister Theresa May named Amber Rudd her new Home Secretary.
Plans to build the first new nuclear power plant in a generation have not been affected by the Brexit vote, Energy Secretary Amber Rudd said.
National Grid should lose its role of managing the nation’s power network and be replaced by an independent operator.
Amber Rudd vowed to return to Aberdeen more regularly as she made her first visit to the UK's energy capital after more than a year in her ministerial post.
The UK Energy Secretary’s absence from Aberdeen since taking up office more than a year ago has been “unjustifiable”, an MP said.
The Government has promised greater security of North Sea oil and gas as part of its mission to deliver affordable, secure and clean power for Britain as the Energy Bill comes into law.
Leaving the European Union could push up bills and threaten the UK’s energy security, Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd has warned.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has refused to accept a £100 wager to guarantee further public subsidies will not be offered to a delayed nuclear power station.
Scotland's Energy Minister Fergus Ewing has said the UK Government has failed to keep the country's power stations open and protect energy security after Westminster brought forward plans to ensure there is enough electricity to meet peak demand.
As many as 2.1 million households have been hit by large late bills in the last year because energy suppliers initially undercharged them, according to estimates from Citizens Advice.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd will chair a new ministerial group on oil and gas.
An Aberdeen MP has written to Secretary of State Amber Rudd over the Brae Alpha platform leak in the North Sea. Aberdeen West politician Callum McCaig has called for more powers to be given to the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) and the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to allow operators to be hit with sanctions.
A Government decision to award £175 million in public subsidies to support diesel power will mean family energy bills go up, Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has admitted.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has been accused of contradicting David Cameron over the potential of technology to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
The UK Government is being urged to outline how it will support a world-leading north-east gas project after the energy secretary announced plans to phase out coal by 2025.
A Government “assault” on Britain’s clean energy industries must come to an end because it is putting thousands of jobs at risk, the shadow energy secretary has warned.
Oil & Gas UK chief executive Deirdre Michie has welcomed the UK Government's energy policy which has gas playing a central role in future power generation.
At last, one sensible decision from energy secretary Amber Rudd. I am among those who welcome the shutting down of all UK coal-fired plant by 2025, unless retrofitted with CCS. That seems clear and unequivocal. Since no-one is prepared to invest in heavy-duty clean-up technologies, the operators of the remaining coal-fired plant effectively wrote the death warrant themselves. On Tuesday evening, there was a fascinating documentary on the box about UK power generation. Basically the focus was Ferrybridge in Yorkshire, which is operated by Scottish & Southern Energy and clearly on its last legs.
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Amber Rudd is to signal the end of polluting coal-fired power stations in the UK - but will say it is “imperative” new gas plants are built.
The UK could need to build more than 25 power stations in the next 20 years in order to meet its power demands. The Energy Secretary Amber Rudd is expected to say Britain’s energy security will be under threat unless old nuclear and coal power stations are replaced.
One day, it would be great to write something positive about the current UK government in the energy context. But so long as it carries on the way it is, that won’t happen. Last month, I laid into chancellor George Osborne for the nuclear deal cooked up with the Chinese. The sycophantic fawning that occurred during the state visit of Xi Jinping (“Xi Dada”, or Uncle Xi), with yet more major UK opportunities peddled in Beijing’s direction was nothing short of disgusting. Indeed, Osborne, with his haircut reminiscent of the BBC’s casting of “I Claudius” donkey’s years ago and which one is advised signifies power, has rather dominated the energy stage of late.
An agreement between EDF and its Chinese partner China General Nuclear Corporation (CGN) will create a infrastructure "fit for the 21st century" according to the UK Energy secretary. Conservative politician Amber Rudd said the government was tackling a legacy of under-investment in the UK. The deal was signed amid a landmark visit from Chinese President Xi Jinping where he has met with both politicians and dignitaries.