US LNG is almost four-times more carbon-intensive than domestic UK gas production.
The UK’s net zero ‘target’ is more than aspirational – the Secretary of State is subject to a legal duty to ensure that the UK reaches net zero by 2050.
Dozens of MPs have voiced opposition to approval of the Rosebank oilfield in a letter to the UK Government.
A top economist at oil giant Shell (LON: SHEL) has cast doubt on the value of Westminster’s move to dish out scores of fresh exploration licences.
The UK government unveiled a fresh attempt to bolster security of critical energy infrastructure like gas pipelines.
BP (LON: BP) has signed a long-term sale and purchase agreement with the Austrian firm OMV to supply 1 million tonnes of liquefied natural gas per year for the next decade.
Offshore wind champion tells industry to be ‘cognisant’ of security risks after Russian vessel sightings
Westminster’s Offshore Wind Champion has called for vigilance amid reports that critical infrastructure could be at risk of attack.
Energy Pathways, an independent working on the Marram gas field in the Irish Sea, talks about the region's importance for UK energy security and net zero.
Neptune Energy has hailed first gas from the 11th well at its flagship UK field, Cygnus, bolstering UK energy security.
Picture this: It’s 2050, the UK relies on other countries for all its oil and gas supplies. Our associated emissions have skyrocketed because of our reliance on higher carbon imported energy and LNG.
Orkney and Shetland MP Alistair Carmichael has raised concerns over a Russian tug vessel spotted near vital energy infrastructure around Shetland.
Shell Plc investors are showing more interest in energy security in the wake of the crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to Chief Financial Officer Sinead Gorman.
For the first time ever, the UK shelled out more than £100 billion on annual energy imports in 2022.
An energy entrepreneur says there are “definitely” more defence investors interested in the sector following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, launched a year ago today.
As Norway predicts Russian spies will target its energy sector, the UK oil and gas trade body said it is continuing with "regular engagements" with the UK government on any threats on this side of the North Sea.
The Norweigan police agency has predicted an increase in Russian spy activity targeted at the country's energy sector.
Saudi Aramco’s top official warned Sunday that an increased focus on climate was undermining investment in oil and gas to the point where it now posed a threat to the world’s energy security.
More than 100 bids have been lodged for the UK’s 33rd offshore oil and gas licensing round, the industry regulator has confirmed.
SNP Westminster chief Stephen Flynn claimed the Cambo oil field near Shetland should not be ruled out if it can successfully meet key climate change targets.
As we approach the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it is a further reminder that energy security will continue to have a major impact on oil and gas markets and how nations meet their energy requirements.
As “another extraordinary year” in the energy sector comes to an end, outgoing chief executive of Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), Deirdre Michie, reflects on the last 12 months and her time at the helm of the trade body.
From energy rationing to onshore wind, the newly appointed business and energy secretary, Grant Shapps, has voiced opinions on a range of topics in the sector.
The UK is on the cusp of securing a natural gas contract with Norway for as long as 20 years in a bid to stave off the risk of winter blackouts, people familiar with the matter said.
A month is indeed a long time in politics. Since I last wrote here, we have a new Prime Minister, a crashing pound and an unprecedented scale of intervention in the energy markets in an effort to stave off the worst impacts of impending price rises.
Increasing political and social pressures regarding energy transition and security has once again thrust the North Sea into a period of significant transformation.