The media and scientific papers are awash with reports on the transition to net zero energy supply options – hydrogen, CCUS, solar, wind, tide etc.
At a point when the world’s economic system is creaking and the oil market is suffering from its own supplementary crisis, it can be hard to imagine what may come next.
Households could save an average £270 a year on energy bills in 2035 with policies to drive more investment in efficiency measures such as insulation, experts said.
Shale gas should not be seen as a silver bullet for the UK's energy issues, a North Sea boss at oil giant Shell told business leaders in Aberdeen.
Statoil’s soon to be initiated ambitious Barents Sea drilling programme will be the start of the gradual road further up into Arctic regions
Research into how carbon captured from power stations could be used to increase oil recovery from the North Sea is expected to be given a £200,0000 boost today.
New guidance on the sensitive siting of windfarms was published yesterday.
SOME people used to call me Dr Gloom because of my economic forecasts for the Scottish economy. I felt that was unfair because I have actually had an accurate forecasting record over the last decade and rarely been more pessimistic than the actual outcomes.
The Arab Spring has disrupted investment plans in oil and gas projects as some governments in the region have shifted their focus to meet increasing demands from their population, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said today.