A change of approach is needed to ensure the UK can reap the benefits of the energy transition, according to a senior government official.
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A new UK Energy Supply Chain (UKESC) taskforce has been established to help companies to transition to a green economy.
A clean energy boss at BP has underlined the importance of regulatory structures in encouraging the widespread adoption of hydrogen.
Business intelligence company, Offshore Network, are next month hosting the Upstream Digital Transformation Conference, a digitalisation event, but not one that’s looking at technology. Instead the event focuses on the ‘people’ aspects of digital transformation, with sessions including discussions on culture change, skills and collaboration.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has appointed four new non-executive directors to its board.
Speakers talking about Mozambique at the Energy Industries Council’s (EIC) virtual Energy Exports Conference (VEEC) were keen to stress local benefits.
Sir Ian Wood has said diversifying into areas out of oil and gas is “absolutely what companies should be doing”.
UK oil supply chain firms are diversifying into non-energy sectors due to Covid-19 and low commodity prices, according to a new report.
The rapid global spread of Covid-19 has eclipsed other recent epidemics and market crises in size and scope.
The North Sea energy sector is making “eye-opening” progress in the development of hydrogen power, according to top industry bosses in Aberdeen.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) and the Energy Industries Council (EIC) have announced a partnership to offer a full year of paid Masters degree tuition to prospective future North Sea managers.
Over the next 10 years Aramco plans to invest US$500bn in the global energy market, presenting an unparalleled opportunity for the UK supply chain to win significant work on worldwide projects with one of the largest operators in the world.
A new programme is being launched by Robert Gordon University to accelerate the growth of supply chain firms in the energy sector.