A permanent feature of the West of Shetland for many years, the Foinaven vessel recently left the namesake BP field for the last time.
In September 2014 and in the face of mounting uncertainty over Russian gas supplies continuing to be available because of the then conflict over Ukraine, then European Energy Commissioner, Guenther Oettinger, suggested that Norway could play a fundamental role in shoring up EU energy supplies then and into the future.
Boris Johnson is demanding the offshore wind industry slashes the time it takes to build a wind farm in the UK.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine means climate security and energy security are “now synonymous”, according to the UK’s COP26 President.
The boss of Aberdeen-headquartered Plexus Holdings (LON: POS) is forecasting a “significant resurgence” in North Sea activity.
After a certain amount of time in this industry, you get a certain understanding for how the energy system works.
Recent months have underlined that energy security "still trumps" sustainability in the minds of politicians, the head of a trade body has claimed.
‘The North Sea is open for business’ – energy chief delivers blunt response to those wanting to axe oil and gas
The industry regulator won’t be swayed by “hysterical assertions” from people who “simply don’t understand” the intricacy of the UK’s energy mix.
Natural gas is to be classified as a “green” investment under proposals from business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, according to a report.
A leading analyst says the North Sea “could do with another Buzzard” to offset production decline and plug the import gap.
Neptune Energy has announced today it will spend more than $1 billion (£810 million) to help shore up the UK’s energy supplies.
Industry survey spotlights growing friction between energy security, affordability and sustainability
The results of a major survey showcasing the attitudes of energy industry leaders from across the globe have been released.
The global response to the tragic invasion of Ukraine has underlined the importance of energy security and the need for responsible, clean and reliable sources of energy for our country: a balanced transition is key as we look to secure a bright future for our industry and its workforce.
The Government has commissioned a review of the latest scientific evidence on fracking, as the debate over UK energy supplies intensifies.
I recently heard a BBC Scotland reporter state, almost as a throw-away “fact” about energy problems arising from the Ukraine war, that Scotland is, of course, unaffected because we produce more power than we consume.
Securing an extension to the Cambo licenses affords Siccar Point Energy time to find the right partner to progress the project.
An oil and gas veteran has been chosen to help the UK Government’s push towards energy independence.
The UK Government is poised to drastically ramp up its renewables targets, according to reports.
Back in the 1990s, a talking tortoise advertised power for British homes, with the famous slogan 'it's got to be easily turn off and onable.'
On the 24th February, the first of many Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine. And as Brian Wilson noted last week, some uncomfortable realities have kicked in here and across Europe.
India is set for the largest increase in energy demand of any country over the next 20 years. This underscores the potential for policies and investment to accelerate the clean energy transition, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a new report.
When you take the long view of history, trade wars become skirmishes and even Brexit will be seen as a ship that passed in the early 21st Century night.
The suspension of the Wylfa project in Wales is a “major blow” to the UK’s future prospects for developing nuclear power, according to leading consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
Norway is easily the biggest source of imported natural gas for the United Kingdom. In the first quarter of this year, when demand soared thanks to the now-forgotten Beast from the East, 60% of imports came by pipeline from Norway.
Recent events in the UK and Europe have highlighted important questions surrounding the provision and types of energy that will be required to fuel our future needs.