Scotland, along with the rest of the world, stands on the cusp of change as the energy transition accelerates, writes bp’s Richard Haydock who joins the panel of the Energy Voice New Energy Opportunities (NEO) event.
Oil and gas supermajor BP has confirmed the names of its planned new offshore wind projects in the Irish Sea.
BP has entered the UK offshore wind market with leases for a combined three-gigawatts of projects in the Irish Sea.
A pair of disused gas installations in Morecambe Bay are to be removed by the largest vessel in the world this year.
A helicopter has been given a clean bill of health following claims that one of its doors opened mid-flight.
Lansdowne Oil & Gas has confirmed licences it holds in the Celtic Sea have expired after attempts to farm them out failed.
Providence Resources, the Irish based oil and gas exploration company, has entered into an exclusive agreement to acquire a 60% share in an option adjacent to the Barryoe oil field in the North Celtic Sea Basin.
A new 870 megawatt offshore windfarm is planned for the north Irish Sea