"We need more projects like Rosebank," says Offshore Energies UK, following news the project received has received the green light from the regulator.
Energy Secretary Grant Shapps has branded a suggestion not to provide new oil and gas licences as "bonkers policy".
The Green Party MP Caroline Lucas has claimed the electrification of the proposed Rosebank oil field from the Viking windfarm would harm energy security.
MPs challenged the government over its energy efficiency performance and the continued licensing of new oil and gas fields, while a government minister reiterated a continued need for fossil fuels.
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Rishi Sunak has reinstated a ban on fracking in England, in a reversal of his predecessor Liz Truss’ policy.
A senior North Sea figure crossed swords with the UK’s only Green Party MP during a heated discussion about the future of the energy industry.
Politicians have been accused of letting down offshore workers after plans for a training passport were voted down in Westminster.
Environmental campaigners and trade unions have called for MPs to back the creation of an offshore training scheme to help workers move between the oil and gas and renewables sectors more easily.
North-east Conservative MP David Duguid has thrown his support behind plans to fast-track the approval of six North Sea oilfields.
As the period for comments on UK Export Finance’s (UKEF) plans close, a campaigning group has highlighted a number of hydrocarbon projects in which the agency may play a role.
Wide-ranging plans to cut carbon emissions and boost the economy put the UK on the right track but more action is needed, the Government has been urged.
Labour and the Conservatives will be criticised for creating an “almost environment-free” General Election as the Greens take to the streets to raise concerns.
The announcement that the UK is phasing out coal has been widely welcomed, but plans to shift to gas power have been described as an alcoholic swapping one type of drink for another.