The Scottish Government has earmarked up to £80 million in a bid to bring forward the timeline for a key decarbonisation project.
The hydrogen BECCS innovation programme will support the development of innovative new technologies aimed at generating hydrogen from biomass and waste.
Aberdeen South’s SNP MP Stephen Flynn has slammed the UK Government over what he is calling the “great Scottish renewables robbery”.
The UK energy secretary has responded to a letter penned by 58 Aberdeen business leaders which called for a more “reasoned debate” on the future of oil and gas.
A new climate compatibility checkpoint is unlikely to impact on plans to develop a huge UK oilfield, according to the UK’s energy minister.
A consultation has been launched today on the design of a climate checkpoint that new North Sea oil and gas projects will have to meet in order to get approved.
Sir Ian Wood calls on UK Government to ‘reconsider’ decision to omit Scottish Cluster from first phase
Sir Ian Wood has called on UK ministers to “reconsider their decision” not to pick Scotland as an initial base for carbon capture and storage (CCS).
‘Catastrophic blow’: Tory ministers under fire as north-east misses out on carbon capture cash again
The UK Government is under fire after dealing another “bitterly disappointing” blow to the north-east’s bid to host a pioneering clean energy scheme.
‘Extremely disappointing’: Scottish Cluster misses out on first round of UK Government’s £1bn CCUS competition
A pioneering north-east carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) scheme will not form part of the UK Government’s initial vanguard.
The new UK energy minister has reaffirmed his support for the oil and gas industry as the COP26 climate summit beckons.
The UK’s energy minister has visited Europe’s oil and gas capital for the first time since he took up the role last month.
The UK regulator’s decision not to approve Shell’s Jackdaw plan could have been impacted by the ongoing Cambo storm, an analyst has claimed.
The UK’s energy minister has moved to reassure the North Sea sector after Shell’s Jackdaw was dealt a significant blow.
The UK’s new energy minister has described offshore wind as the “lynchpin” in bringing emissions down to net zero.