India defended its use of fossil fuels citing energy security priorities, even as the country vowed to remain committed to decarbonisation.
BP has published its Energy Outlook for 2023, predicting three potential scenarios in the global energy markets following a turbulent 12 months.
News this month that Cromarty and the Firth of Forth have been chosen to become Scotland’s green freeports was unquestionably a bitter pill to swallow for the energy sector in North-east Scotland.
Scottish Government plans to accelerate the decline of the oil and gas industry have been questioned by a top petroleum economist.
A former BP (LON: BP) chief executive has called for an end to “the demonisation of the fossil fuel industry by activists, politicians and the media”.
Headlines in 2022 were once again dominated by the commitment being made by many countries towards cleaner sources of energy. While there are manifold programs relating to renewable energy projects, a number of reports have indicated net-zero targets will be missed unless drastic actions are taken.
Karl Farrow, Founder and CEO of CeraPhi Energy talks about the opportunity Geothermal presents as part of the energy mix and how the skill set of the Oil and Gas sector can be harnessed in this transition.
We are heading into another challenging 12 months for the energy sector. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic, shrinking economies, severe weather events and geopolitical shocks, namely Russian’s invasion and occupation of Ukraine, are being felt keenly.
We sent a reporter to get hands-on with sea survival training for the offshore wind sector.
There are hopes a solid pipeline of offshore projects will push firms to invest in the next generation of energy workers.
A new report from leading risk and assurance business forecasts that the UK will not meet its legally binding net zero by 2050 target.
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.
Aberdeen-headquartered Plexus (LON: POS) plans a return to return to a market it left four years ago after another set of losses in its half-year results.
India is discussing a plan to keep old power stations running for longer, arguing that they’re needed to meet demand until enough energy storage can be built.
A massive $20 billion deal with the US and Japan will kick-start Indonesia’s drive to wean itself off coal power, though the country may still need trillions more to reach net-zero emissions while meeting growing demand for energy.
Indonesia’s state wealth fund signed a non-binding agreement to help fund the early retirement of a 660-megawatt coal-fired plant in West Java, the first deal to be made under a newly-set up energy transition fund.
Political instability has been flagged by the UK energy sector as the biggest obstacle to companies transitioning to net zero, according to a new report.
The global net zero transition offers a $3.5 trillion investment opportunity for Indonesia, according to a new report published Saturday at the BNEF Summit Bali by research company BloombergNEF (BNEF) entitled Net-Zero Transition: Opportunities for Indonesia.
Rishi Sunak said it is "pie in the sky" to pretend fossil fuels will not be part of the UK's transition to low carbon sources.
A major Scottish Government summit in Aberdeen has been deemed a success, with trade unions arguing doubt has been cleared on the creation of a skills passport for oil and gas workers.
Citing a recent report from the International Energy Agency (IEA), the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA), notes that Australian exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Asia would need to triple to support the region’s energy transition.
Melissa Fleming, UN under-secretary-general for global communications reported last month about how the UN has partnered with Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) to manipulate search results on climate change. “We own the science,” said Fleming, who has no meaningful scientific training.
A former chief executive of Shell told Energy Voice that the industry needs to focus on educating the public and politicians on the complexities of the sector, and use its people as "ambassadors".
President Xi Jinping has promised a slow and steady end to the growth of planet-warming emissions in China, with energy security taking top priority as the country contends with a flagging economy and tumult on global fuel markets.
The head of the UN weather agency has said the war in Ukraine "may be seen as a blessing" from a climate perspective because it is accelerating the development of and investment in green energies over the longer term - even though fossil fuels are being used at a time of high demand now.