Keir Starmer's Aberdeen visit has made "postive steps" for his relationship with the energy sector, however, it is "too little too late" for his political rivals.
The first King's Speech in over 70 years has outlined plans to "attract record levels of investment in renewable energy" - but experts say fresh measures are needed to achieve that.
Oil and gas sector representatives have welcomed the offer of dozens of new exploration licences across the North Sea as part of the 33rd Licensing Round.
A “colossal” £200bn could be spent in the UK North Sea by 2030, but about half of that is in investment doldrums over political uncertainty.
His comments come ahead of a rumoured government summit dedicated to reversing the flight of capital from the North Sea.
Making the most of the UK's resources is the best pathway to energy security and net zero.
North Sea trade body Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) hit out at a new report today from the Committee on Climate Change, describing the findings as "paradoxical".
An industry boss has questioned the UK’s ability to source the £1.4 trillion needed to zero out carbon emissions by 2050.
‘I relish the challenge’ says new OEUK chief executive David Whitehouse on winning over policymakers.
The new head of Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) says that despite record-breaking profits, Britain’s energy sector is struggling in the face of increasing taxes and a supply chain crunch.
Energy policy and legislation has dominated the political agenda at Holyrood and Westminster since parliamentarians returned in January.
A senior figure at North Sea operator CNR International has decided to call time on his career.
The managing director of CNR International UK has pointed to a controlled explosion at the Ninian Northern in Shetland, which raised safety concerns earlier this year, as a decommissioning “innovation”.