UK Court of Appeal refuses to hear appeal from ClientEarth after its lawsuit against Shell's board of directors was dismissed in July
A lack of long-term planning from the Government risks jeopardising the UK's legally mandated 2050 net zero target, MPs have warned.
The biggest manufacturers of wind turbines and solar panels are facing their most serious financial challenges in years even as deployments of clean energy head for an annual record.
COP28 President Dr. Sultan Al Jaber addressed a record number of ministers and delegations from around the world at the opening session of Pre-COP, declaring that the international community needs to unite on climate action and that, “We have to come through. We must unite. We must act. And we must deliver in Dubai.”
Centrica Plc boss Chris O’Shea is on a mission to show the UK government that it needs to rapidly speed up carbon capture projects, which could become crucial if the country is to reach its net zero ambitions.
Setting out how the Prime Minister's recent net-zero policy delays would affect future emissions is "not appropriate", Claire Coutinho has said.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the UK government to take urgent action to maintain the country's position as a 'world leader' in renewables.
Shell Plc (LON: SHEL) chief executive officer Wael Sawan told the company’s staff that he “believes in urgent climate action,” despite shifting focus toward its core oil and gas businesses.
Investment in the world’s electricity grids must double to more than $600 billion a year if nations are going to meet their climate targets and maintain energy security.
Industrial decarbonisation project HyNet has partnered with a local talent development initiative to address the region’s green skills gap.
Forth Ports Group has outlined plans for an integrated floating offshore wind facility (FLOW) at the Port of Burntisland in Fife.
Peel Ports Group has announced a one third reduction in operational greenhouse gas emissions in the last three years.
Tory voters in the UK still favor the nation’s net zero climate target and want the government to help them go green, according to research by Onward, a conservative think tank.
Aberdeenshire based digital workplace specialist Carbon Group has announced a doubling in revenue after diversifying to support the energy industry.
The Port of Aberdeen’s “transformational” £420 million expansion project has been officially opened by The Princess Royal on Friday, September 22.
A former UK Government minister has taken the current regime to task for repeatedly changing who is in charge of the energy brief.
While the debate over whether to grant new licences for oil and gas developments in the North Sea continues to dominate headlines, the major challenge lies in reducing reliance and demand for fossil fuels overall.
There is a “groundswell” of energy industry opinion that the UK is going to miss its net zero emissions targets.
Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM) said the prospect of the world reaching net zero carbon dioxide emissions by 2050 is “highly unlikely” due to the drop in living standards that would come with such a scenario.
Set in the heart of the unforgiving North Atlantic Ocean, some 175 miles away from its nearest neighbour, Iceland is on the front line of efforts to collar climate change, in all senses.
Video: Conga line of protestors escorted from BP AGM as the board are questioned on net zero strategy
Chairman Helge Lund had barely finished the first sentence of his opening remarks at BP's AGM before the interruptions began.
Pension funds are expressing “deep frustration” with the net zero strategy of BP (LON: BP) as the firm’s chairman, Helge Lund, looks to be re-elected at the supermajor’s AGM.
Analysts at Wood Mackenzie have warned oil and gas firms to avoid "protecting the status quo" as they balance shareholder demands and low carbon guidelines.
An energy minister was met with laughter from the opposition benches when he told the Commons the rest of the world is "playing catch-up" with the UK when it comes to net zero.