A new dawn for North Sea could be imminent with long-awaited details about the UK’s climate compatibility checkpoint expected shortly.
Activist groups are calling on Shell’s incoming chief executive to make “bold decisions” in order to revolutionise the supermajor.
Experts have said the UK North Sea is the “highest risk” location in the world for legal disputes to erupt in the oil and gas sector.
The UK legal system makes it “nearly impossible” to challenge new oil and gas developments on climate grounds, according to an Aberdeen University lecturer.
The former CEO of BP, who warned the industry of its impact on the climate 25 years ago, has said rising calls to cease new oil and gas in the North Sea should be tempered amid a need for homegrown supply.
A group of protestors have delivered a petition to 10 Downing Street urging the government to block the Shell (LON: SHEL) Jackdaw project.
A group of 50 Just Stop Oil supporters formed roadblocks to disrupt supplies from two oil facilities this morning to demand that the government end new oil and gas projects in the UK.
There are no plans to protest in Aberdeen or wider north-east Scotland during a week of action against the Shell (LON: SHEL) Jackdaw project.
Greenpeace said its position on the controversial Cambo field “hasn’t changed” and that it still intends to pursue legal action if development goes ahead, as partner Shell looks to offload its stakes in the project.
Analysts have backed Shell’s (LON:SHEL) Shearwater production hub to keep operating well into the next decade.
Activists have said “thousands of people” will take part in a planned week of protests this month against development of the Shell (LON:Shell) Jackdaw project in the North Sea.
A group of activists will demonstrate outside the gates of Shell’s North Sea headquarters in Aberdeen today.
Activists set up the Aberdeen Climate Camp today at St Fittick’s Park, Torry, ahead of the weekend's protests.
Greenpeace has launched a legal challenge against the UK Government on the Jackdaw field off Aberdeen - one day after Shell (LON: SHEL) took an investment decision on the project.
Shell (LON: SHEL) has taken the final investment decision (FID) to develop the Jackdaw gas field in the UK North Sea.
Environmental campaigners have made the Treasury their latest target in response to the recent approval of a North Sea gas field.
Following the approval of Shell’s Jackdaw field, analysts are weighing in on whether the move signals an acceleration on reported government plans to “fast track” key North Sea fields.
Kwasi Kwarteng has paid a visit to a major Shell conference hailing the firm’s UK spending plans, two weeks after the government announced a windfall tax on the industry.
The UK’s first ever Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) licensing round is just a week away, mooted by the regulator to “kickstart the next phase of this great industry”.
Just Stop Oil activists covered a UK government building in paint on Thursday, claiming it has “blood on its hands” after approving the Jackdaw gas field.
Activists will hold “emergency rallies” in London and Edinburgh in protest to the regulatory approval of the Shell Jackdaw field.
Shell (LON: SHEL) has received approval to forge ahead with the development of the Jackdaw gas field in the North Sea.
The North Sea and West of Shetland has 48 known discoveries with 2.3 billion barrels of oil equivalent, and new research has shed light on the challenges in getting them developed.