Is the North Sea getting to grips with ESG?
North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA)
The Scottish and UK Governments have been called upon to create a long-term energy plan to ensure a ‘viable’ drilling sector remains.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is to fill out a new, dedicated carbon storage team ahead of the results of the UK’s first CCS licensing round.
Concerns have been raised about the unintended consequences of the UK Government’s subsidy for electrifying oil and gas platforms.
A dispute between BP and Orsted over an area of seabed earmarked for both carbon storage and offshore wind is set to come to a head this year as both approach key milestones.
A dozen key projects in the North Sea will deliver a “golden opportunity” for the UK supply chain in the coming years, according to new research.
More than 100 bids have been lodged for the UK’s 33rd offshore oil and gas licensing round, the industry regulator has confirmed.
Final day showdowns, mid-table mediocrity, relegation battles, underdogs, six-pointers – all things associated with the highs and lows of league sport.
The former chief executive of the North Sea’s oil and gas regulator, Andy Samuel, has been recognised in the 2023 New Year Honours list.
Andy Samuel, the outgoing chief executive of the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has shared his plans for life beyond oil and gas.
Gazprom has stakes in five licences in the UK North Sea.
EnQuest was slapped with what is believed to be the largest fine issued by the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) to date.
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR), the largest producer in the North Sea, will shun the ongoing licensing round in the UK due to the windfall tax.
The North Sea oil and gas sector needs investment to fund its transition. Having ESG reporting in order is a crucial part to attract financing – Joanne Edgeler, head of licensee governance and ESG at the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA), explains why.
Equinor has been pushed for answers on the emissions profile of its £8bn Rosebank project planned for the West of Shetland.
A coalition of campaign groups have vowed to mount three separate legal challenges to the UK government in a bid to stop the award of new North Sea oil and gas licences.
An expanded windfall tax undermines firms’ ability to invest in the North Sea, sector representatives told Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in a key meeting on Friday, though they failed to secure concessions.
A £118,000 a year decom job is up for grabs at the North Sea industry regulator, the NSTA, after a reshuffle of its top team.
Companies capable of making an array of offshore wind components are being pushed to engage with BP (LON: BP) on its ScotWind project.
A pair of North Sea firms are preparing belated Christmas presents for the supply chain, in the form of decommissioning contracts.
Government and industry gathered in London on Wednesday at a meeting hosted by the sector’s regulator, as fiscal and political concerns topped the agenda.
The CEO of the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has been shouted off stage by protestors – during a speech about the energy trilemma.
Those enjoying the festivities at Aberdeen's Christmas village were met with Extinction Rebellion activists today as they protested the Rosebank oil field.
An investigation has been launched into an unnamed oil and gas company for flaring and venting in the North Sea without consent.
More than 2,000 North Sea wells are poised to be decommissioned over the next decade, an average of just shy of four a week.