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.
Nearly £1 billion worth of security has been squirreled away to protect UK taxpayers from being slapped with excessive decommissioning bills, a UK Government official said.
Energy minister Claire Perry has revealed the offshore wind sector deal is in the “final stages” of being agreed.
Demonstrators have chained themselves together and superglued themselves to a Government building as part of an environmental protest.
The UK government has warned that oil and gas suppliers are an ‘attractive espionage target’ for hackers.
Steps have been taken in Westminster to make sure one of the key planks of the Wood Review is put in place, the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) said.
The UK Government today unveiled a new package of support measures for shale gas developments, including the creation of a £1.6million fund.
Insulation and energy efficient heating systems could be installed at the homes of 900,000 poorer families under plans being considered by the Government.
In reaction to a slump in the small-scale energy sector, ten member organisations have joined forces to call on the UK Government to set out the future of the Feed-in Tariff.
A UK Government consultation has been launched today to alter the definition of remote island wind energy in an effort to encourage investment.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has announced that there is a share of £4million available for a series of feasibility studies for nuclear reactor designs.
ScottishPower Renewables has announced that it has been given approval from the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), to begin work on a 1.2GW windfarm of the coast of Norfolk
This year saw an end to the Department of Energy and Climate Change after it was scrapped by Prime Minister Theresa May.
A Tory MP has told Business Secretary Greg Clark to drop the words “industrial” and “strategy” from the Government’s industrial strategy.