A panel event on Intersectionality of Issues is to be held on 22nd August led by AXIS Network and AFBE Scotland UK.
The UK offshore services sector (OFS) has had a rough time over recent years, given the COVID-19 pandemic, declining oil and gas activity, political uncertainty and limits on the pace of the energy transition.
Reaction to the UK Government’s net zero strategy has been rather muted. Some reports call it “underwhelming” or “disappointing”, but are they being unfair?
One of the north-east energy sector’s top tax experts is heading for the exit door at EY after nearly three decades at the global professional services giant.
A new report has warned of the potential damage to the north-east of prematurely winding down Scotland’s oil and gas industry.
Internal combustion engines are being phased out over the next few years. However, the transition to EVs will require new ways of thinking, from regulators, from companies and even from drivers.
The UK must face up to the challenge of heating housing in low carbon ways, or will fail the legally binding 2050 net zero target. There are three main technologies for decarbonising domestic heating – heat pumps, hydrogen boilers and heat networks.
John Breakell, Partner at EY, talks through some of the challenges and opportunities of delivering decarbonised energy. You can listen to the second episode of the Net Zero Nudge podcast here.
An innovation expert has welcomed a move to up the incentive for big business to spend on R&D, saying it could be a boon in the UK’s quest to be a leader in the energy transition.
The latest podcast box set series from Energy Voice Out Loud and EY, the Net Zero Nudge, is leading the conversation on how to nudge behaviour – by consumers, government and industry - to drive the shift to net zero.
In the first episode of a new podcast boxset, Energy Voice and EY drill down into what is needed to move the UK’s decarbonisation plans forward. Up first is an examination of how changing our energy consumption may provide in that drive to net zero.
The Net Zero Nudge is coming soon, with EY taking a look at what is needed for the UK to achieve the goal of a green industrial revolution.
Windfall tax measures announced by Rishi Sunak could "accelerate" major UK oil and gas projects like Cambo and Rosebank, according to experts.
Leaders from across the energy sector praised measures outlined in the Queen’s Speech to accelerate renewables and net zero efforts, but decried a lack of efficiency measures and short-term support for consumers.
The reduction in fuel duty announced in the Chancellor’s spring statement highlights that in the short to medium term he will have to wrestle with the re-emergence of the energy trilemma: simply put, how does the government address the competing demands of energy affordability, energy security and sustainability?
‘Big four’ accountancy firm EY has launched a new division to support listed companies preparing net zero plans ahead of next year’s deadline.
On July 14, 2021 the EU unveiled its much anticipated ‘Fit for 55’ package of proposals to align the trading block with its 2030 emission reduction targets.
Simec Atlantis Energy shares have slumped in early trading after it called an emergency meeting to raise £341,000 to pay out a shareholder and replace its auditor, EY.
It seems fitting that the UK Government chose to round off its 10 Point Plan with a focus on what will fuel the energy transition – cold hard cash.
Environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria have quickly risen up the list of key priorities for businesses in recent years.
The role that carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) will have to play in the future energy mix currently splits opinion.
Though the energy system of the future will be a far cry from the one in place today, the demands of it will be broadly the same.
The EU Commission has announced a package of measures to enable the trading bloc to meet its 55% greenhouse gas emission reduction target that it has set itself for 2030.
The “big four” accountancy firm KPMG has appointed a former oil and gas partner at rival EY to its energy practice.
Advancements in international trade and travel in the last century mean that many enjoy a life that would have once been unimaginable.