Norway’s plan for a full-scale carbon capture and storage project could end up a financial disaster, according to a new report that includes an increased cost estimate for the venture.
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Scotland’s ‘golden opportunity’: Nicola Sturgeon’s adviser urges North Sea sector to move into carbon capture
Nicola Sturgeon’s key economic adviser has said the North Sea sector must move into carbon capture technology to overcome the low oil price and recover from Covid-19 economic damage.
A north-east carbon capture and hydrogen production project has reached key milestone with the appointment of a major contractor.
With the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP26, postponed to 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK Government now has a unique opportunity to take action and lead the world in its response to climate change through this period.
DNV GL recently produced a position paper Heading For Hydrogen. It is the findings of a survey of more than 1,000 senior oil and gas professionals covering safety, infrastructure, CCS and policy.
The Chancellor gave a tantalising hint that an emissions-busting project near Peterhead could be in line for a huge cash injection.
Bringing about the energy transition needs to make “economic sense” and be socially and environmentally sustainable, according to Shell’s chief technology officer.
As we enter a new decade, I’m sure I’m not alone in reflecting on matters that are personally important, together with major issues that impact on society, the environment and the economy.
Boris Johnson sought to deflect attention from the UK Government’s “woeful” response to major flooding across Yorkshire with a raft of announcements on technology and energy investment last night.
Infrastructure firm Costain's Aberdeen team will work on contracts worth £4 million for a range of projects, including North Sea oil and gas, nuclear and carbon capture.
A partnership between Scotland and Japan will inject £21m into six projects designed to tackle the next wave of challenges in the subsea industry.
Fears have been raised that new energy technologies in the north could be “held to ransom” by the SNP and Green Party.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is now firmly on the agenda as a way of mitigating at least some of the impacts of climate change.
Equinor has signed memoranda of understanding with seven European companies to develop value chains in carbon capture and storage.
The chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has urged “pace” on research into low carbon options to reuse North Sea infrastructure.
A north-east MSP has called for assurances that UK carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects won’t hit the buffers following the Cabinet reshuffle.
Scotland’s energy minister has said carbon capture and storage (CCS) is not a “wishlist” item and that government and industry must deliver the technology.
A pioneering north-east project for tackling carbon emissions received a huge funding boost today.
Oil and gas doyen Sir Ian Wood said yesterday a “major energy transition park” could help Aberdeen capitalise on the switch to a low carbon economy.
More work must be done to develop Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) so that the North Sea sector can make the transition to a low carbon economy, energy experts have said.
I read with interest Luke Warren’s (CEO Carbon Capture and Storage Association) article criticising my previous Energy Voice piece where it was stated ‘but Tom misses the essential point about the very nature of CCUS technology when he says we should “bypass CCUS” in order to decarbonise our economy and stimulate investment in hydrogen’.
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has urged the UK Government to fund carbon capture and storage facilities as she called for a “shared national endeavour” to tackle climate change.
Many of the UK's heavy industries could close unless the Government kick-starts carbon capture technology, MPs are warning.
Norway has handed Equinor and partners Shell and Total a permit for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project called Northern Lights.
We have 12 years to clean up our carbon act on a global scale or face catastrophic climate change: that was the stark warning from the IPCC in October.