Verification agency Bureau Veritas (EPA: BVI) has won a multimillion-pound deal to support dozens of Shell platforms in the UK.
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”.
A flagship North Sea project has finally achieved first gas after being beset by a series of delays.
“Scotland will become the offshore wind capital of the world, I think that’s inevitable,” says Martin Dronfield, chairman of the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), "but the East of England can and will become the integrated energy exemplar in the UK.”
“It's been a tough journey but we're very, very close now,” IOG chief executive Andrew Hockey reflects.
IOG said it is working closely with Bacton Terminal operator Perenco to deal with “frustrating” slow progress towards delivering first gas from its Saturn Banks project.
An in-depth feasibility study to identify the value of creating an energy hub on the Norfolk coast has been launched.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has signed a deal which it said will be a “key step” to giving the green light to its flagship “Core Project” in the North Sea.
Energy giant Shell has announced today that it will partner with energy storage firm Anesco at the Bacton gas terminal near Norfolk.
A £62 million project to re-route gas from the Clipper South field has been completed, licence partners said.
Shell has confirmed that it is mulling whether to send gas from the Shearwater platform via the Segal pipeline system.
The largest new gas field to be discovered in the southern North Sea for 25 years is expected to lead to an economic boost across the east of England and a“massive benefit for UK industry". Gas will start flowing into Bacton later this year from the Cygnus field, one of the biggest projects in the southern North Sea for years.