Europe ploughed more than £37billion (€43bn) of investment into new wind farm projects in 2020, led by the UK, according to analysis.
The head of a small North Sea start-up company has said he is “frightened” by rising export costs due to Brexit.
With less than 30 days to go until the end of the Brexit transition period at the end of December, many questions remain unanswered as to what the impact will be on waste management in the UK.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called for negotiations over gas exploration rights for Turkey in the eastern Mediterranean as EU leaders consider sanctions.
The theme for this issue of Energy Voice is looking back on 2020 and looking forward to 2021 – I think most of us can’t wait to put 2020 behind us, so I thought I would focus on the future. One thing the future holds for us is Brexit.
BP and Danish energy firm Orsted will team up to develop large-scale green hydrogen production at a refinery in north-west Germany.
European Union foreign-policy chief Josep Borrell said EU relations with Turkey are at a crossroads as the bloc presses Ankara to halt controversial energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean.
European governments approved the most ambitious climate change plan to date, agreeing to pour more than 500 billion euros ($572 billion) into everything from electric cars to renewable energy and agriculture.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has urged the UK Government to be “mindful” of any additional costs to the sector as it plans new Brexit customs charges.
Brexit has “got in the way” of the UK collaborating on a major North Sea wind “island” complex, according to one of the project’s main partners.
I have just read about an “unintended consequence” of Brexit which involves sausages. Unless a derogation is achieved, Britain’s sausage makers will be unable to sell to the EU and Northern Ireland without a “special export health certificate”.
The European Union plans to dedicate a quarter of its budget to tackling climate change and has set up a scheme to shift one trillion euro (£856 billion) in investment towards making the economy more environmentally friendly over the next 10 years.
British special forces seized a supertanker off Gibraltar carrying Iranian oil to Syria in violation of European and U.S. sanctions against the war-torn country.
An oil tanker thought to be carrying Iranian oil to Syria has been detained by Royal Marines in Gibraltar.
Fears have been raised over the ability of the Home Office to process Brexit visa applications from EU nationals.
Ineos founder and Brexit-backer Sir Jim Ratcliffe has slammed the EU over expensive regulations and "stupid" green taxes he claims are choking Europe's chemicals industry.
The European Union unveiled its long-term vision on combating climate change in a push for more ambitious action on the environment just days after U.S. President Donald Trump rejected his government’s warning on the economic costs of global warming.
Aberdeen faces a “bleak future” after Brexit after new figures showed that nearly £65 million in EU funding has been given to city council projects over the last decade, it was claimed yesterday.
A new plan put forth by the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has warned that some energy contacts with EU countries "may be compromised" in the case of 'no deal' with Brussels over Brexit.
The European Union is encouraging enterprises to increase their business with Iran, as that country has been compliant with its nuclear-related commitments.
The UK and EU partners will move to block Donald Trump's sanctions on Iran in order to preserve peace, they have announced.
The European Commission revealed yesterday that it had set a new renewable energy target based on increased use across the continent.
An event is taking place in Aberdeen next week, highlighting the need for oil and gas companies to meet the requirements of a new EU law to protect critical infrastructure.
The EU clean energy package will introduce major changes that could transform how the energy market operates.
Customs charges for the offshore industry worth up to £145million which were set for to start in July have been pushed back by nearly a year.