A senior figure at the industry regulator has expressed his frustration over a lack of engagement from industry on managing wells.
East of England Energy Group (EEEGR)
Aberdeen’s claim as the jewel in the crown of the UK’s energy industry has been called into question.
Since the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) announced earlier this year that SNS would return for 2023 at the Norfolk Showground in Norwich on 24th and 25th May, anticipation for this year’s speakers has been building.
An energy transition boss at Petrofac (LON: PFC) has indicated the company would be keen to team up with others to progress a major decarbonisation project.
Industry trade body anticipate major announcement to complete investment hat trick at energy conference
The East of England Energy Group’s (EEEGR) SNS 2022 Energy Integrated in the East event will launch later this month on the 25th May, the same day the planning decision for Sizewell C is expected.
As energy prices skyrocket and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to dominate the news, the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR) say it’s a clear sign of the need to strengthen our capabilities at home, reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, and further develop the entire spectrum of our renewable energy infrastructures.
“Scotland will become the offshore wind capital of the world, I think that’s inevitable,” says Martin Dronfield, chairman of the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), "but the East of England can and will become the integrated energy exemplar in the UK.”
The decision by Oil & Gas UK to broaden its remit and change its name name to reflect the UK’s intended shift to low carbon energy pretty much across the board comes as no surprise.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) is dropping “oil and gas” from its name in a rebrand which will see its focus and remit broaden to new energy sources.
The transition to a lower-carbon energy sector will be the key topic of the flagship conference for the Southern North Sea next year.
As a mixed energy centre, the southern North Sea (SNS) is probably the busiest, most resilient part of the UK Continental Shelf.
Industry body, Subsea UK, is to bring subsea supply chain companies in Great Yarmouth together in the first networking event of its kind in the region next week.