Several young energy professionals have undertaken a voyage across Scotland to spotlight the country’s net zero offerings.
The era-defining shift from fossil fuels to clean energy will deliver an unprecedented new boom for commodities—and an opportunity for investors—as a range of relatively obscure materials become essential to delivering emissions-free power, transport and heavy industry.
Scotland’s cabinet secretary for energy and net zero says plans are in the pipeline for more offshore leasing rounds over the course of the current parliament.
Thai oil and gas group PTT has signed a joint venture deal with leading electronics producer Foxconn to make electric vehicles (EVs) as Thailand aims to become the region's top manufacturer and exporter of EVs. The move underscores the state-backed energy company's desire to diversify away from the traditional oil and gas business, which may have slower growth potential in the long run.
’40 years in the oil industry…but nothing has been as rewarding as this’: Boosting business with Grey Matters
“The opportunities to make a difference, to be involved in something that becomes a legacy…as you get older you realise those opportunities are not every day.”
The SNP has been urged to back the Cambo oil field off Shetland, ahead of a vote brought forward by the Scottish Conservatives.
Business advisory and accountancy firm Johnston Carmichael has a created a new expert team focussed on the energy transition.
Thailand’s PTT Exploration & Production (PTTEP) is working with Netherlands-based TechnologyCatalogue.com to find novel and proven technologies to reduce its carbon (CO2) footprint.
Oil and gas majors are being warned they must plan for a “major production drop” in order to hit the 1.5°C Paris Agreement target.
A leading union has taken aim at the owners of CS Wind after the company collapsed into administration on Wednesday.
A senior figure at BP has hailed net zero for offering the oil and gas giant a chance to become a “better company”.
The energy transition has brought an exciting shake-up to the oil and gas industry, with companies aiming to significantly reduce their emissions footprint as soon as possible to ensure compliance with government and regulatory bodies.
Collaboration rather than competition will “define the success” of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in the UK, an energy expert has predicted.
Westminster is to fund hotel quarantine stays for delegates travelling to COP26 from red list countries.
There are “hard truths” facing the future of the North Sea and the global oil and gas industry on the way to net zero, a key industry event has heard.
The SMEs of the energy sector – “Subject Matter Experts”, as Blaze Manufacturing refers to them - will have a key role to play in the transition to low carbon fuels and other industries.
Shell’s new North Sea boss has underlined the importance of collaboration within the energy sector to delivering a fair transition.
The old adage, ‘a picture tells a thousand words’ very much rings true when illustrating how the planet and our climate is changing.
The role that carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) will have to play in the future energy mix currently splits opinion.
Wood has appointed a new chief operating officer (COO) to replace long-serving incumbent Dave Stewart.
A leading technical body has lamented the Covid-19 pandemic as a “lost opportunity” for speeding up the energy transition.
An emissions busting technology that is being backed by several large oil and gas firms could be a “non-starter” in the short term, according to researchers.
Tengku Muhammad Taufik, chief executive of Malaysian national energy company Petronas, today told the Asia Future Energy conference, that the pathway to a sustainable energy system is not yet clear. Moreover, there will be many different paths to achieving a net-zero emissions energy system, he said.
European governments have ambitiously raised targets for the energy transition, aiming for a net-zero carbon economy by 2050. In turn, there has been a significant push towards renewables and other low-carbon energy solutions. As Pierre Georges, Sector Lead for EMEA Utilities at S&P Global Ratings, explains, utilities that are aligned with these objectives are set to perform better over the coming decade
More than £14 million invested in training opportunities in the north-east to boost a net-zero future
The Scottish Government has invested money to support north-east workers and businesses in their recovery from the pandemic and movement towards being net-zero.