One of the world’s biggest offshore drilling contractors will go to court today seeking action against Greenpeace following a massive demonstration earlier this year.
Shell has won a court order preventing environmentalists from boarding unmanned North Sea installations.
BP’s North Sea boss has said Greenpeace activists told him they targeted the company because they believed BP “can actually make a difference” on climate change.
A court ruling on North Sea protests held by Greenpeace at Shell's Brent field has been delayed until next week.
The energy transition has to be “fair and just” and cannot "decimate jobs", Scotland’s First Minister said during a leaders debate last night.
Oil and gas giant Shell has been accused by Greenpeace of attempting to ban the climate activist group from further North Sea protests.
Greenpeace UK has criticised the Conservative Party's latest manifesto, calling it "half-baked" over its lack of action on North Sea oil and other polluting sectors.
It was the beginning of an exciting week when Greenpeace announced they had sent activists to the middle of the North Sea to climb the remains of Shell’s Brent platforms, brandishing signs of “clean up your mess”.
As someone with a keen interest in decommissioning decision making, I have followed the Brent decommissioning saga with that same keen interest.
Germany has said a special meeting on Shell’s Brent decommissioning plans will be the “litmus test” for a convention to protect Europe’s marine environment.
Climate activist group Greenpeace has halted its protest action at a Shell North Sea field, leaving a graffiti slogan on the Brent Bravo platform.
Greenpeace said last night that protestors would occupy two North Sea oil platforms for “as long as needed” to get their message across.
An academic has asked whether removing concrete structures within Shell’s Brent platform legs is the right thing to do as such an operation would include risk to life.
Greenpeace has announced it is carrying out “peaceful protests” at Shell’s Brent field in the UK North Sea.
Five Greenpeace protesters who occupied an oil rig for almost four days costing the operators and the taxpayer more than £500,000 have been spared a jail sentence.
Millions of people are set to take to the streets all over the world today in what could be the largest climate protest in history.
The Houston Ship Channel was partially shut Thursday after Greenpeace activists suspended themselves from a bridge spanning the key oil route in protest against the fossil fuel industry.
Greenpeace’s recent occupation of a North Sea rig highlights some of the immediate and practical concerns firms have on climate change, according to a lawyer.
The potential to extract shale gas from fracking in the UK could be significantly lower than previously thought, a study suggests.
Shell’s chief executive said yesterday that he welcomed the “mobilisation” of society in the crusade to meet global climate change targets.
Five protesters have admitted their parts in the Greenpeace occupation of an oil rig in the Cromarty Firth last month.
A recent North Sea protest row that erupted between BP and Greenpeace cost the taxpayer nearly £140,000 due to Police Scotland clocking up hundreds of hours of overtime.
It did not take long for declarations of a climate emergency to prompt the kind of episode they are assumed in some quarters to legitimise.
"No winners" have resulted from a 12-day North Sea standoff involving BP and climate group Greenpeace, accordinging to the representative body for the oil and gas sector.
Police Scotland is seeking to make further arrests as it attempts to bring an end to a bitter North Sea standoff between oil giant BP and the climate activist group Greenpeace.