Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) chief executive Deirdre Michie says the trade body will champion an “inclusive future” as it enters a new dawn.
For the team at Shepherd and Wedderburn, Aberdeen, the north-east and the north of Scotland is the land of opportunity, so much so that the firm recently reaffirmed its commitment to the region by investing in a new office in the city.
International School Aberdeen (ISA) is at the forefront of shaping education to meet the changing needs of the future global energy industry.
Amid the departure of Shell and the planned closure of the country’s largest gas field, producers in the Netherlands are calling for greater clarity over the future of the Dutch North Sea.
The UK’s business and energy secretary has defended the role of the oil and gas industry in the transition to net zero.
With the theme of ‘Oceans of Opportunity’, the much-anticipated Subsea Expo conference later this month will showcase the cutting-edge technologies and innovations of the sector. The UK’s subsea market produces some of the world’s most advanced technology for harsh and hard to reach environments. As the energy transition accelerates, there will be a significant opportunity for the transfer of this technology into growing clean energy sectors.
Momentum is building within the UK’s energy sector and the blue economy.
AIS Survivex is launching a series of events designed to highlight the pivotal role training will play in the energy transition.
The oil and gas industry is quickly reaching an inflection point. While there is broad consensus on the inherent value in decarbonisation and a pivot to renewable sources, taking such action has moved from an option to a strategic imperative in order to maintain a social licence to operate. Once facing a one-dimensional path to value creation, O&G companies now manage a broad array of stakeholders calling for action on carbon reduction and long-term conversion.
The mandate behind climate action is clear. The time for global businesses to turn net zero ambition into business action has arrived.
Reaction to news that the leading trade body for the North Sea, Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), is rebranding has varied from claims of it being a “PR stunt” to praise for a move that’s “not before time”.
The first candidates have been selected for X-Academy, a new training initiative backed by Sir Ian Wood and BP.
The world must prepare for ‘tangible economic implications’ if it is to cap global warming to the 1.5°C limit agreed in the Paris Climate Accord.
For many, the Covid pandemic has been a catalyst to press re-set on everything from our social values to health, well-being and sustainability.
‘Hot water is not as sexy as oil and gas – we are trying to change that’: Aberdeen awaits first major geothermal event
SPE Aberdeen’s inaugural geothermal event aims to highlight the potential in burgeoning sector, with a particular focus on how oil and gas skills can help drive transition in the field.
Every country is trying to figure out how to create a secure, clean and affordable energy system. So what’s the ideal low carbon energy mix for the UK?
Since early 2020, the challenges presented by Covid-19, coupled with increasing pressure to decarbonise operations, resulted in the oil and gas sector facing one of the most challenging, and transformative, periods in its history.
Aftermath of COP26 questions future of fossil fuels finance and what’s next for renewable energy investing
The COP26 climate conference in Glasgow should have made uncomfortable viewing for fossil fuel executives.
In May 2021, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released Net Zero by 2050: a Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector, the first comprehensive study of how to transition to a net zero energy system by 2050, while ensuring stable and affordable energy supplies, universal energy access, and enabling robust economic growth.
Oil majors should do more to break themselves up into separate low-carbon and fossil fuels businesses, according to Lord Browne, the former boss of BP.
If you work in the oil industry this feels like the mandatory, apologetic disclaimer required before being allowed to weigh-in on the energy transition nowadays.
BP's “long-term” commitment to Scotland is a key selling point for the company and its partner EnBW in winning ScotWind acreage, according to the bid’s top boss.
Christopher Langrill, Tenaris Commercial Director in the UK, looks back on 2021 and shares how Tenaris has consolidated its position in the region while looking to advance the energy transition.
So, unlike the majority of turkeys, you’ve survived another Christmas of excess; and thoughts are probably returning to those same old clichés and noble ideals.
The offshore supply chain is crucial for the energy sector’s goal of achieving net zero, with commitment to a smooth energy transition and relevant opportunities from industry leaders vital to reach carbon neutrality, writes David Hutchinson, director with engineering and manufacturing specialist Pryme Group.