Developer Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has been granted planning permission for the proposed 90-MW Llanbrynmair wind farm in Powys, mid-Wales, after more than a decade of legal challenges.
UK governing body Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning (OPRED) has announced the appointment of its chief executive.
Activist group Greenpeace has lost its court battle to block production from the Ithaca Energy and BP Vorlich oilfield in the North Sea.
Plans have been unveiled for a state-of-the-art subsea cable manufacturing facility, designed to boost the UK offshore renewables sector.
The boss of an energy industry body has said her team warned the Government and Ofgem that the sector was fragile at least two years ago.
A Greenpeace challenge to the UK Government over a decision to allow BP to drill for oil in the North Sea is "largely procedural and opportunistic", a court has heard.
Environmental campaigners were "substantially prejudiced" by the UK Government's failure to follow procedures for publicising an oil company's application for drilling consent, a court has heard.
Greenpeace is launching a court challenge against the UK Government, Ithaca Energy and BP over permits for a North Sea oilfield.
An Aberdeen MP has branded the UK Government a “disgrace” as oil and gas medics have been left in employment limbo by Brexit red tape.
The chief executive of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has written to the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, issuing a jobs warning over “high-profile negative campaigns” against the Cambo oil field.
A group of climate campaigners have received approval to take the UK Government to the High Court over its North Sea oil plans.
Trade unions and climate campaigners have called for the creation of an “offshore training passport” to help workers move between the oil and gas and renewables sectors more easily.
The top job at the environmental and decommissioning activity regulator for the UK offshore oil industry is up for grabs.
Regulators are considering a “ScotWind”-type leasing round in the North Sea for wind projects to power oil and gas platforms.
Scottish greenports will ‘level playing field’ with England on offshore wind work – Cromarty Firth boss
Creation of “greenports” will let Scotland compete with England for offshore wind manufacturing work, according to a Cromarty Firth boss.
The joint heads of a taskforce are “absolutely confident” the group’s work will help stimulate an imminent ramp-up in North Sea oil-well decommissioning activity.
Big businesses have been told to pay small suppliers within 30 days as the Government strengthened the Prompt Payment Code.
Alok Sharma has been appointed by the Prime Minister to be the full-time president of the UN Cop26 climate conference, with Kwasi Kwarteng promoted to Business Secretary.
The UK Government’s decision to green light plans for a major offshore wind farm has sparked concerns about the potential impact on sea birds.
Offshore platforms in the UK North Sea “face the risk of production shut-ins” due to oil storage constraints, according to leading analysts.
The Government plans to launch an investigation into the major power cut that affected almost one million people in England and Wales.
Fears have been raised of “another false dawn” for north-east jobs on carbon capture and storage (CCS) as the government risks falling behind on delivery plans.
A government consultation has been launched on how to strengthen the UK’s oil and gas decommissioning capabilities.
Spirit Energy has handed in draft decommissioning proposals for two installations and associated pipelines at its South Morecambe field in the east Irish Sea.
The UK Government last night refuted claims it has made a decision on whether to back Shell’s plans to leave large parts of three oil and gas platforms on the seabed.