Quebec has officially rejected a proposed LNG export project, citing the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) net zero report from May.
The Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior ship will be back in Aberdeen on Saturday to host a panel discussion on the need for a “just transition” for oil workers.
Campaigners brought a 42ft wind turbine blade to Aberdeen as part of the Greenpeace Just Transition Tour.
ExxonMobil’s chief executive Darren Woods says the company is “deeply apologetic” over comments caught on camera in a secret filming by Greenpeace that show one of the oil giant’s lobbyists saying a carbon tax the company has promoted for years is unlikely to happen.
A 13-metre wind turbine blade is being brought to Duthie Park in Aberdeen this Saturday as part of a Greenpeace climate campaign.
Trade unions and climate campaigners have called for the creation of an “offshore training passport” to help workers move between the oil and gas and renewables sectors more easily.
Environmental group Greenpeace has apologised after a daring stunt carried out by one of its activists at the Euros injured “several” fans.
Climate activists that failed in their attempt to stop oil and gas drilling in Norway’s Arctic are taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights.
A landmark International Energy Agency (IEA) roadmap says no new oil and gas fields should be developed – beyond those already sanctioned -- if the global energy sector is to achieve net-zero emissions by mid-century.
Government policy on developing hydrogen as a new clean energy source risks keeping the UK hooked on fossil fuels, climate campaigners have warned.
Campaigners have brought a legal challenge to the UK Government for supporting plans they claim are “unlawful” for North Sea oil and gas production.
Industry chiefs welcomed the North Sea Transition Deal last night and vowed to work with government to deliver a “homegrown” leap to net zero.
Energy giant Total said today that a report into its climate commitments contained “numerous inaccuracies and falsehoods”.
UK ministers are considering a ban on new oil exploration licenses in the North Sea as a move away from fossil fuels, a step that could hit jobs and the Scottish economy, the Telegraph reported.
Police Scotland has been offered use of an idle oil rig in order to train against a recent wave of protests in the North Sea.
Shell has launched a new “accelerated” strategy to get to net zero, and confirmed that oil production peaked for the company in 2019.
A Greenpeace investigation has named the five worst firms for flaring and venting in the UK North Sea, emitting nearly 20million tonnes of CO2 equivalent between 2015-2019.
Denmark will stop offering new oil and gas licenses in the North Sea and will phase out production all together in 2050 as part of the country’s goal to become fossil free.
First oil from a North Sea field has been hailed as an encouraging sign that the basin remains attractive.
A £200 million North Sea project that environmental activists repeatedly tried to thwart has delivered first oil.
Greenpeace has been told that its activism in the North Sea crossed "the line” and “put lives at risk”, during the inaugural ETIDEX event from Energy Voice.
Leading voices from the world of industry will get to grips with the energy transition’s biggest questions at a free online event in one week’s time.
Work is being carried out to remove “attic oil” from the Brent Bravo installation - which has been the subject of widespread environmental concerns - after Shell estimated none was there.
Greenpeace has failed in its legal move against government approval of a BP oil field in the North Sea.
World leaders were due to convene in Glasgow for the UN Climate Conference (COP26) in November for what was anticipated to be a transformational moment in the energy transition.