The most significant legislative development for employers in the Oil & Gas sector this year is the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (the “Bill”).
Without putting too fine a point on it 2022 has been a disaster for pretty much everyone who didn’t run a hedge fund, is a shareholder in an oil and gas or other energy company or works in a bank and is due a bonus.
A shortage of skilled workers is already costing the UK dear as various industries try in vain to attract staff.
Brexit has “posed challenges” to development of renewables in the UK, according to a new report into the country’s energy transition.
I have long been an advocate for the renationalisation of energy. My father was a veteran of both the pre-WW2 private electricity industry and post war nationalisation.
Brexit is undermining the battle against the climate emergency, a senior SNP government minister warned.
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.
To say that the oil and gas industry has had a lot to contend with over the past year would be putting it lightly.
Advice on how subsea companies can navigate export and trade controls, including changes in place following Brexit, will be the focus of a webinar organised by Subsea UK and the Department for International Trade (DIT) this month (Wednesday, April 28).
Calls have been made for the Scottish Government not to “ignore” the concerns that face Aberdeen and the Highlands during Thursday’s budget announcement, after an oil and gas downturn and thousands of job losses have plagued the region.
The head of a small North Sea start-up company has said he is “frightened” by rising export costs due to Brexit.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has welcomed the new Brexit deal which has been passed into law at Westminster.
The UK Department for International Trade (DIT) will hold the Africa Investment Conference on January 20, 2021.
With less than 30 days to go until the end of the Brexit transition period at the end of December, many questions remain unanswered as to what the impact will be on waste management in the UK.
The theme for this issue of Energy Voice is looking back on 2020 and looking forward to 2021 – I think most of us can’t wait to put 2020 behind us, so I thought I would focus on the future. One thing the future holds for us is Brexit.
A boss at Schlumberger has said Covid-19 was a “good test” for the oilfield service giant as it “braces” itself for the end of the Brexit transition period.
The Scottish Government has claimed its ability to exercise climate powers is “under threat” over the lack of movement on a UK Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS).
It’s official: Jim Ratcliffe, the UK's richest person and majority owner of chemicals giant Ineos, is now a Monaco resident.
The leader of Shetland Islands Council has said the region wants “to retain more of that tax take” from oil and gas revenues in its self-determination bid.
Lord Ian Duncan has raised concerns that a lack of money post-Covid could leave governments unable to make the policy interventions needed to drive the energy transition.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has urged the UK Government to be “mindful” of any additional costs to the sector as it plans new Brexit customs charges.
Brexit has “got in the way” of the UK collaborating on a major North Sea wind “island” complex, according to one of the project’s main partners.
The Scottish Government has argued that delaying Brexit would “remove further instability” for the struggling oil and gas sector.
Energy sector leaders have welcomed the UK Government’s intention to replace an EU emissions-busting scheme with its own version which “goes further” on reductions.
The threat of a no-deal Brexit is back -- and with it the risk that the U.K. economy’s shaky recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will be hobbled.