Ten northern European countries agreed to deploy vessels and planes across the Baltic Sea region to protect critical undersea infrastructure in response to last month’s suspected acts of sabotage.
As Grant Shapps steps down as energy security secretary, the industry welcomes the third MP to take up the energy brief in less than 12 months.
The UK government has set aside more than £3.5 million in funding to limit the impact offshore wind farms have on the country's air defence.
The UK’s energy secretary has given the green light to proposals to redevelop an oil and gas field 178 miles south-east of Aberdeen.
Dozens of MPs have voiced opposition to approval of the Rosebank oilfield in a letter to the UK Government.
Making the most of the UK's resources is the best pathway to energy security and net zero.
"We need a stable and sensible fiscal environment,” said Harbour Energy’s CEO, in order to have confidence to invest long-term.
CATS terminal operator Kellas Midstream welcomed energy minister Grant Shapps to Teesside on Tuesday, the latest in series of ministerial visits as the government promotes ‘Energy Week’.
Minsters are expected to endorse a report by energy industry expert Nick Winser recommending how the UK can speed up its rollout of new transmission infrastructure.
Mr Shapps will also set out plans to protect “critical energy infrastructure” from disruptive protests as part of the controversial Public Order Act.
Support for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is planned as part of the UK Government’s upcoming Energy Week.
Campaigners are due in the High Court today for the first hearing in a judicial review over the government’s plans to continue offering licences for North Sea oil and gas exploration.
The UK government’s energy security secretary, Grant Shapps, has said that granting “every single conceivable licence to the North Sea” would be within the country’s net zero targets.
Energy Secretary Grant Shapps has branded a suggestion not to provide new oil and gas licences as "bonkers policy".
The UK government has announced a new multi-million funding package to help develop technologies for the space-based solar power sector.
The UK has gone a full year without importing any Russian gas, a move hailed by Westminster as a “blow to Putin” and a boost to energy security.
Britain should place higher taxes on natural gas than power to spur the country’s shift to a low-carbon economy, according to UK energy secretary Grant Shapps.
The Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) project in Aberdeenshire is a “leading contender” for development in a newly-launched funding round, the UK Government said today.
The UK is being left behind in the race to develop and deploy green technologies because of an unwillingness to invest in its industrial strategy, a leading thinktank has said.
British energy suppliers must pass on the benefit of falling wholesale energy costs to consumers in the form of cheaper tariffs, according to a senior government minister.
MP for West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Andrew Bowie said he welcomes the ‘challenges and opportunities’ of his new role within a reshuffled Department for Energy and Net Zero.
Calls are being made for the UK Government to disclose information about the “environmental harm” of a contentious North Sea oilfield.
Alongside offshore oil, gas, wind and hydrogen, the North Sea could play host to space-based solar collectors under plans proposed by a UK technology developer.
The MoU today demonstrates that “not only are we are strengthening our energy security and lowering bills for consumers in the long term, we’re unlocking huge opportunities for investment in British expertise and jobs in the process”.
The UK government said it’s confident Britain will have enough energy to get through next winter as liquefied natural gas flows boost supplies and demand is reined in.