Bridges and Bottlenecks is the latest podcast series by Energy Voice Out Loud in partnership with DNV. Each episode looks to address the hard-hitting issues within the energy transition. Technology exists that will be the bridge to take us there, but there are still a number of bottlenecks that stand in the way of progress.
Energy Industries Council (EIC)
For the first time since before the Covid pandemic, Offshore Europe returned to Aberdeen this week to mark its 50th anniversary with delegates and exhibitors singing the praises of the industry event.
Supply chain representatives send up warning “flare” over lack of work and slowing net zero progress.
There is a “groundswell” of energy industry opinion that the UK is going to miss its net zero emissions targets.
In a wide-ranging interview ahead of the Energy Exports Conference, Sir Ian also pressed for faster pace on the development of carbon capture and storage, including the Acorn project.
A new chairman has been announced for global trade association the Energy Industries Council (EIC).
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has been awarded the King's Award for Enterprise: International Trade, in recognition of its outstanding contribution to UK exports.
Arranged by the Energy Industries Council, CEO Stuart Broadley has been looking ahead to the showcase.
Aramco’s delegation to EIC flagship event focused on engaging with the UK’s energy supply chain.
Some $24 billion is expected to be spent on subsea and offshore pipelines in Asia Pacific over the next five years, data from energy research firm Wood Mackenzie shows.
An Energy Industries Council (EIC) report has found that the global demand for hydrogen is expected to fall behind production levels by the end of the decade.
Following the new Budget yesterday the Energy Industries Council (EIC) has said that raising taxes on net income could drive investments outside of the UK.
The best and brightest of the energy industry's supply chain has been celebrated in glamour at an awards bash from the EIC.
‘Do we really want to go back to the black trades?’: Developer sparks debate on UK wind manufacturing
A UK developer has sparked debate on capturing economic value from the country’s offshore wind boom, particularly on “black trades” and manufacturing.
Figures from the energy industry have added their voice to mourners around the world following the death of the Queen.
Vysus Group, in collaboration with the Energy Industries Council (EIC), is pleased to announce our upcoming business breakfast on Wednesday 21 September.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC) trade association has appointed a quartet of new board members.
Sir Ian Wood has said it is unlikely that the UK supply chain will take more than 20% of the major fabrication work in the early wave of ScotWind contracts.
The long-awaited UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) kicks off in Glasgow in November when world leaders arrive in Scotland to seek agreement on how to tackle clime change collectively.
A change of approach is needed to ensure the UK can reap the benefits of the energy transition, according to a senior government official.
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.