As we stressed in our evidence to the Select Committee, in continuing to support the removal of offshore oil and gas installations at end of life, Greenpeace is in line with the approach to decommissioning that was only months ago reaffirmed by all 15 countries that are party to the OSPAR Convention, including the UK.
Energy minister Claire Perry has revealed the offshore wind sector deal is in the “final stages” of being agreed.
It has been a long, controversial road to the start of "fracking" to extract shale gas from deep underground at Preston New Road, Lancashire.
Greenpeace activists have scaled Barclays Bank HQ in London's Canary Wharf in a protest over the funding of tar sands pipelines.
Greenpeace activists have crashed a drone into a French nuclear plant to highlight the lack of security around the facility.
Electronics giant Samsung has confirmed today that it will commit to 100% renewable energy across its company in the US, Europe and China by 2020.
Activist group Greenpeace has gate-crashed Total’s annual general meeting in Paris. Members were protesting the French energy giant’s plan to drill in the Amazon basin and French Guyana. It is reported that the event has been temporarily suspended. Police have been called to remove the protesters.
The UK Government today unveiled a new package of support measures for shale gas developments, including the creation of a £1.6million fund.
Norwegian energy firm Equinor, formerly Statoil, has defended itself against accusations by Greenpeace of “greenwashing” in a bid to obscure its oil and gas operations.
Statoil’s decision to operate under the rebranded name Equinor has been condemned as “nothing but greenwashing” by climate activist group, Greenpeace.
Greenpeace scientists claim to invalidated Total's plans for drilling offshore Brazil by proving the existence of a reef at the target oil block.
Greenpeace activists have brought to an end their protest on a Statoil-operated oil platform in Norway.
Greenpeace activists are protesting against Arctic oil exploration by taking to kayaks and attempting to board a rig.
Publishing an internal report on fracking could call into question the viability of the industry, the Government has said.
The Government has been accused of trying to “skew” planning policy in favour of fracking, after proposed changes to the system were unveiled.
The oil slick caused by the stricken Iranian tanker in the East China Sea has spread “noticeably,” raising the prospect for wider environmental damage from what could be the worst spill in decades.
A court in Norway has said the country’s government can hand out oil drilling licences in the Arctic.
The government of Norway’s decision to open up new oil drilling areas in the Arctic is to be challenged in court by groups Greenpeace and Nature and Youth.
Wide-ranging plans to cut carbon emissions and boost the economy put the UK on the right track but more action is needed, the Government has been urged.
The response to the UK Governments new strategy for a low carbon future has been met with excitement, confusion and disappointment from industry leaders.
Dallas pipeline giant Energy Transfer Partners is suing Greenpeace International and other protesters of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in a new effort to go on the offensive against environmentalists.
Norway's hydrocarbon exploration could be infringing upon the Paris Climate Agreement.
The Government is being urged to give reassurances about a planned nuclear power station in the UK after Toshiba’s nuclear unit, Westinghouse, filed for bankruptcy protection.
A shift to highly efficient LED light bulbs in homes could cut winter peak energy demand and curb fears about blackouts, campaigners have suggested.
A poll has shown support for the Hinkley Point nuclear power station is at an 'all time low', according to reports.