Six months ago, UK North Sea oil and gas faced the bleakest outlook in its 50-year history.
Approval of the Shell Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea is now “imminent”, according to a newspaper report.
The chief executive of Shell has addressed whether the prospect of a North Sea windfall tax would damage the case for its planned £25bn investment in the UK.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet with key oil and gas producers to discuss the industry’s role in shoring up the country’s supplies, following up on a new energy security strategy announced by the government earlier this month.
The group leading the charge against the controversial Cambo field has launched a new campaign targeted at Shell’s Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea.
Key North Sea oil projects currently in the pre-final investment decision (FID) phase could deliver nearly 1.5 billion barrels, according to new research.
Shell has spudded its hotly tipped Edinburgh exploration well near the UK-Norwegian border – potentially one of the largest remaining undrilled structures in the central North Sea.
Shell has unveiled new plans in a bid to get its rejected Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea back on track.
The government will reportedly aim to fast-track approvals of key oil and gas fields this year, as the Chancellor pushes for continued North Sea investment.
Shell is back in talks with the UK’s offshore regulator over plans to develop the Jackdaw gas condensate field.
Shell executives stressed the role of projects like Cambo in the UK energy mix, as the project partners await a decision on the controversial project.
After some days contemplating the lack of gongs for Energy Voice at the Scottish Press Awards, normal service resumes, sans Allister and Jackie Bird.
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.
Allister’s back from Glasgow having been ejected from the Scottish Press Awards (what do you mean Jackie Bird hasn’t listened to the Energy Voice podcast?).
Shell’s Jackdaw project has been dealt a blow after the UK regulator declined to approve its field development plans.
North Sea engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract awards are anticipated to total more than $4 billion (£2.8bn) in 2021.
UK regulators have told Shell to provide more detail on the thinking behind its Jackdaw field development plans.
Corallian Energy attempted and failed to sell Shell and One-Dyas the “Jackdaw South” prospect ahead of the main development being sanctioned later this year.
Shell has reached a key milestone for giving the greenlight to Jackdaw, a North Sea project which was delayed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shell’s boss said today that the recent “strong recovery” in oil prices meant the supermajor would have “room to spend” cash on upstream projects, including in the North Sea.
The global focus and dependency on fossil fuels and shift towards low carbon energy has been building for many years, but only in the last 18 to 24 months has it become a leading agenda item in national and international political arenas.
Coach Sir Dave Brailsford is widely credited with turning around the fortunes of Britain’s cyclists using the “marginal gains” philosophy.
Shell’s boss has said the firm will “probably” have to reduce its headcount and “resize” parts of the organisation the longer the oil price slump lasts.
More than a dozen UK North Sea projects are facing deferral in light of the oil price drop, an analyst has predicted.