Experts from EY, Wood Mackenzie and NorthStone Advisers say setting renewable energy targets will be high on oil and gas firms' agendas.
The United Nations climate change conference which is to be held in Glasgow in November should be a source of inspiration and an opportunity for Scottish industry to showcase its Net Zero manufacturing supply chain.
This November, the world’s heads of state, climate experts and campaigners are expected to come together in Glasgow for the COP26 summit to discuss action to accelerate towards the goals of the Paris Agreement. Hosted by the UK this latest United Nations Climate Change conference will be a pivotal moment in history and comes at a time when the world faces the twin existential crises of climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.
CfD, floating offshore wind and supply chain concerns all in the spotlight as Energy Voice and EY’s 10 Point Pod gets underway
The UK Government’s commitment to developing offshore wind has been unequivocal.
The UK Government announced its 10 Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution amid much fanfare in November. The points laid out in the strategy pave the way to the UK’s net zero future. But what are they? Why have they been identified? And what impact will they have on the energy sector and the wider economy?
After a truly challenging 2020, hopefully 2021 will offer something to look forward to.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has announced plans to produce the “world’s first comprehensive roadmap” setting out how to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
In 2020, we collectively experienced rapid and significant changes to both our personal and work lives. The energy industry has been affected as much as any and the drop in oil price is always felt across north-east Scotland.
The world’s eyes will be on Scotland in November when global leaders are set to meet in Glasgow for the COP26 summit, a year later than originally planned.
Former UK energy minister Claire O’Neill has slammed the government’s “cavalier attitude” and in-fighting in the lead up to the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
With COP26 less than a year away, an intergenerational climate emergency requires intergenerational action. We have over 1,000 young energy experts that can help shape the climate debate, writes the Energy Institute’s Sinead Obeng AMEI
Energy bosses have been served a “fresh wake up call” that the sector needs to accelerate progress to tackle climate change in order to attract top talent.
The long-awaited United Nations Climate Change Conference will be a chance to “reset the benchmark” ahead of the worldwide push for net zero, according to one of the leading figures behind the event.
SSE, operator of the Peterhead Power Station, is facing backlash from various climate groups after being announced as one of the first sponsors of the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
In the “business-as-usual” version of 2020, global leaders should have been gathering this week in Glasgow for the most important meeting on climate since the Paris Agreement five years ago.
Leading voices from the world of industry will get to grips with the energy transition’s biggest questions at a free online event in one week’s time.
Costs involved with decarbonising the UK’s economy to net zero have fallen in the last year, according to the Committee on Climate Change (CCC).
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that climate change, not Covid, remains the “greatest long-term challenge” facing the world ahead of a key international summit in Glasgow next year.
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has defended the BP – Aberdeen net zero partnership against a claim it may be a “PR coup”.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has announced plans to publish a blueprint before the end of the year laying out the path for the UK to achieve net-zero.
The UK government is reconsidering its support for financing foreign oil and gas projects, following UK Export Finance’s (UKEF) commitment to the Total-led Mozambique LNG project.
Key international climate talks postponed as the result of the pandemic will now take place in the UK in November 2021, a year later than scheduled, it has been announced.
Green response to Covid-19 crisis ‘will deliver more jobs and financial returns’, economy experts claim
Ensuring measures to boost economies after the pandemic are "green" will create more jobs and better financial returns, as well as tackle climate change, experts have said.
A key climate summit in Glasgow has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.