The UK’s energy regulator is looking into how to get households to use less when demand peaks or there’s little wind power, as part of efforts to decarbonise the grid.
As the world grapples with the pressing need to decarbonise, more and more countries are throwing the kitchen sink at the issue.
Notwithstanding all the rhetoric, pledges and promises, 27 COPs, as well as genuine progress and notable effort in some areas, the global energy mix has not really changed from an 80:20 fossil fuel to renewables ratio over the last 30 years.
Adapting North Sea platforms to run on green power is, to borrow a previously used analogy, the industry’s equivalent of open heart surgery.
North Sea chiefs challenged industry to change public perceptions around carbon capture and storage (CCS) during an OEUK event in Aberdeen on Tuesday.
The Western Australian government today signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) covering hydrogen, ammonia, low emission technology and decarbonisation.
A pair of leading European offshore wind developers have unveiled plans to support North Sea oil and gas decarbonisation.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could create and underpin thousands of green jobs in the north and north-east of Scotland in the coming years.
In recent years the debate around carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) has gained traction in Southeast Asia. However, the establishment of CCUS in the region is likely to be limited to gas processing and some industrial applications, reckons the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).
ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) and Pertamina, the state-owned energy company of Indonesia, have signed a joint study agreement to assess the potential for large-scale implementation of lower-emissions technologies, including carbon capture and storage (CCS), as well as hydrogen production.
Energy chiefs have given reassurance that while the pipeline of carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects is currently “modest”, it is “growing rapidly”.
Hooking up offshore wind farms directly to North Sea platforms could help oil firms into the renewable energy sector.
A North Sea oil firm has expressed concerns about the makeup of the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process.
‘Today is a milestone’ – BP and Aberdeen City Council form joint venture to develop green hydrogen hub
Energy giant BP is to form a joint venture partnership with Aberdeen City Council (ACC) in order to deliver a major low carbon project.
South Korea’s SK Group will invest $100 million in a joint venture with 8 Rivers Capital that will focus on the decarbonisation of Korean and key Asian markets. Significantly, this marks one of the largest single private investments in a carbon capture solutions provider to date, said 8 Rivers Capital.
Low carbon technology firm Storegga has appointed Nicola Cocks as its new head of policy and regulation.
We’ve agreed a net zero target by 2050 but have we agreed a technically deliverable plan to get there?
It is widely accepted that the way we fuel our cars, heat our homes and generate power, needs to change if we are to meet our decarbonisation commitments and address the developing climate crisis.
Christopher Langrill, Tenaris Commercial Director in the UK, looks back on 2021 and shares how Tenaris has consolidated its position in the region while looking to advance the energy transition.
It is feared that Nicola Sturgeon’s recent comments on North Sea oil and gas may harm a key Aberdeenshire decarbonisation project.
A “tough challenge” awaits if the UK is to replicate Norway’s successes in decarbonising offshore assets, Wood Mackenzie has forecast.
Survey finds over half of executives working in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use CCUS to bust emissions
More than half of businesses in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use carbon capture, utilisation and storage to tackle emissions, a new survey has found.
Sir Ian Wood has questioned Westminster’s decision to provide initial backing to just two carbon capture and storage (CCS) clusters.
Ineos is to invest more than £1 billion to reduce the environmental impact of its Grangemouth refinery.
Peterhead’s future as a crucial hub for the transportation of low carbon fuel and emissions was discussed by ministers in Westminster this week.
Oil and gas majors are being warned they must plan for a “major production drop” in order to hit the 1.5°C Paris Agreement target.