Greenpeace is staging a “socially distanced protest” outside BP’s London headquarters as the energy giant is due to begin its annual general meeting.
The boss of BP’s North Sea business is being promoted as part of a management overhaul at the energy giant.
The “astonishing” changes in the world oil market have left the North Sea industry facing a “very tough” future, a top petroeconomist has warned.
BP’s new chief executive Bernard Looney revealed he has considered the possibility that peak oil demand could be one of the legacies of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Climate activist group Greenpeace has a “good chance” of challenging BP’s North Sea permit for the Vorlich field, according to the organisation’s director.
North Sea firms ‘misunderstood the world’ and have ‘been caught out’ by Covid-19 crisis, Greenpeace boss claims
North Sea oil and gas firms “misunderstood the world” and have now “been caught out” by the Covid-19 crisis, according to the UK boss of climate activist group Greenpeace.
Energy giant Shell has revealed its ambition to transform into a “net-zero emissions business” by 2050, at the latest.
The UK Government has been ordered to pay the costs of Greenpeace seeking a judicial review after it rubber-stamped BP’s drilling plans for a North Sea field without telling the public.
Greenpeace has targeted Barclays high street branches across the country over the bank's support for fossil fuels.
A judge will decide next month whether to punish an executive director of Greenpeace for his hand in a protest on board an oil rig last year.
Drilling contractor Transocean will today ask a Scottish court to slap Greenpeace with heavy fines and send one of its bosses to prison over a high-profile protest last year.
Greenpeace UK claimed its activists had "shut down" BP's corporate headquarters in central London this morning.
Climate activist group Greenpeace has been given the legal right to challenge oil giant BP over a North Sea drilling permit on the eve of the firm appointing its new chief executive.
The boss of energy giant Shell has said he sees “no reason” to change its investment plans for the North Sea, despite a number of climate protests against the UK oil and gas business.
The Norwegian government can hand out oil drilling licences in the Arctic, a court has decided.
Drilling contractor Transocean is understood to pushing for jail time and fines against Greenpeace bosses, despite receiving a favourable ruling halting any further North Sea action.
Regarding Greenpeace's call for drastic change, at least there are signs that the North Sea oil & gas industry – UK, Norway, Denmark and The Netherlands - recognises the challenges and is prepared to curb its emissions.
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”.