The Cambo furore comes at a time when the UK faces tough decisions about how to meet its energy needs and attract investment whilst burnishing its environmental credentials ahead of COP26 in Glasgow in November.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) was established in 2015 to maximise economic recovery (MER) from the North Sea. Five years later, it launched its net zero strategy.
The government has set a demanding timeframe to bring hydrogen into primetime – but crunch time is looming for the legal framework required.
One of Scotland’s most experienced energy industry dispute resolution lawyers, Malcolm Gunnyeon, is looking forward to taking part in a discussion of one of his pet topics in a prestigious online event next month.