Scottish decarbonisation group North East Carbon Capture Utilisation and Storage (NECCUS) has appointed a renewables heavyweight as its new chief executive.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS)
Low-carbon energy projects in the north-east could create up to 20,600 jobs in the next ten years, a new report has predicted.
Trade body the Carbon Capture and Storage Association (CCSA) has announced the appointment of its new chief executive.
UK firm Carbon Clean has been selected to carry out the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) services for Aberdeenshire's Acorn carbon capture and storage (CCS) plant.
Capturing greenhouse gas emissions and burying them underground is one way the world is hoping to slow global warming.
There is potential for Government’s net zero targets to be hampered by offshore wind and carbon capture and storage (CCS) tussling for space in the North Sea.
Neptune Energy has signed a number of agreements in order to progress its plans for a blue hydrogen – CCS scheme on England's east coast.
Italian oil and gas major Eni has announced its participation in the UK Government’s first carbon capture and storage tender.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has thrown its backing behind a trailblazing north-east carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
As many as 10,000 new green industrial jobs could be created by the middle of the decade if carbon capture utilisation and storage is immediately scaled up.
A new industry report has described blue hydrogen as an “essential” part of the UK’s net zero ambitions.
Supermajor BP and renewables giant Orsted are going head to head over the same patch of the North Sea, according to reports.
A new company tasked with realising Sir Ian Wood’s vision of an Energy Transition Zone in the south of Aberdeen has found its CEO.
Storegga Geotechnologies, the driving force behind Aberdeenshire’s Acorn project, is eyeing up carbon capture and storage (CCS) opportunities across the pond.
More than half of offshore workers could be involved in low carbon energy activities by the end of the decade, according to new research.
Europe’s oil refiners have big plans to boost the use of green hydrogen to help them make fuel, an important component of the petroleum industry’s plans to cut its operational carbon emissions.
A new cross-sector group, featuring leading oil and gas firms, has been launched to pressure governments to get behind decarbonisation technology.
Plans for a new low-carbon power station in the north-east, which would support hundreds of jobs during the construction and operation phase, have been unveiled.
Westminster is being urged to put an Aberdeenshire project at the heart of its plans to roll out carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Crown Estate Scotland is tendering a contract, worth tens of thousands of pounds, to study the carbon capture and storage (CCS) market.
Preparations are underway for a carbon storage facility in Iceland designed to receive emissions from overseas.
Oil and gas firms Shell and Harbour Energy have struck a deal to become equal-equity partners alongside Storegga in an Aberdeenshire carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
Equinor and SSE Thermal have announced plans to develop a pair of “first of a kind” low-carbon power stations in the UK.
The UK North Sea is next on the list of growth targets for Ineos Energy, according to executive chairman Brian Gilvary.
A senior boss at Chrysaor has projected a “huge amount of activity in the North Sea” for offshore platform electrification in the coming years.