Stuart Payne, CEO of the NSTA, talks North Sea investment, whether electrification will hit the emissions mark, and inspiration from Teddy Roosevelt.
North Sea Transition Deal
How is the North Sea supply chain being supported, amid concerns over crippling costs and poor visibility on opportunties?
Removing and recycling old oil and gas assets will go a long way towards helping the North Sea hit its emissions reduction targets.
Rishi Sunak has been named leader of the Conservative Party following Liz Truss' resignation last week, and will take the reins at a turbulent time in British politics.
As many as 40 North Sea assets have been pinpointed as a good fit for electrification, an industry conference heard on Thursday.
‘Shortsighted’ and ‘idealism at its worst’: Birkbeck University sparks widespread condemnation from energy sector
Birkbeck, University of London has been widely slammed by the energy industry for its decision to ban fossil fuels recruiters from its careers fairs.
New research has set out how the UK could rapidly accelerate net zero technologies and cut costs in the “critical” years ahead to capture global economic opportunities.
A new dawn for North Sea could be imminent with long-awaited details about the UK’s climate compatibility checkpoint expected shortly.
The majority of UK North Sea assets are being dismantled in Britain, new figures have revealed amid concerns of overseas yards winning decommissioning work.
The UK is a frontrunner in the global transition to cleaner energy – and the industry’s action on methane is the latest example
The North Sea Transition Deal is a ground-breaking deal between Government and industry to plan a path to net zero. The Deal celebrated its first birthday in March 2022, showcasing good progress and encouraging momentum. Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) continues to celebrate the Deal’s 18 month anniversary with the launch of Methane Action Plan (MAP) Guidelines last month –seeing the UK oil and gas industry take another step forward in its journey to net zero emissions. The Deal sets out a clear roadmap for accelerating green energy technologies, cutting emissions and, ultimately, delivering a net zero industry by 2050.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could create and underpin thousands of green jobs in the north and north-east of Scotland in the coming years.
Just over one year ago, the UK ended financial support for fossil fuel projects overseas. This meant ending export finance, aid funding and trade promotion for new crude oil, natural gas or thermal coal projects.
The chief executive of Harbour Energy and the head of the recently-rebranded North Sea Transition Authority will headline a major industry conference next month.
Jose Luis Muñoz talks to Energy Voice on Repsol Sinopec Resources UK ramping up decommissioning, the challenges of “chronic underinvestment” in the sector, and the firm’s $1 billion near-term plan for North Sea projects.
The UK’s bus and lorry fleets, plus many homes, could be running on low carbon hydrogen within two decades thanks to green technologies now being pioneered in three UK regions renowned until now for their carbon-intensive industries.
A North Sea oil firm has expressed concerns about the makeup of the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process.
Last month, Crown Estate Scotland (CES) provided some long-awaited information about the new leasing round for Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) projects. It offered clarity on the proposed application process and indicative timelines for each phase, as well as an outline of how applications would be evaluated.
The UK government is considering changing incoming rules on climate checkpoints that govern the award of new permits for North Sea oil and gas fields.
There is a “candidate shortage” for the increasing levels of work being seen in the North Sea with the oil price now beyond $100.
Flaring in the UK North Sea fell by 19% in 2021, building on a 22% decrease the previous year, new analysis shows.
North-east Conservative MP David Duguid has thrown his support behind plans to fast-track the approval of six North Sea oilfields.
When Crown Estate Scotland announced the outcome of its application process for ScotWind Leasing in January, it marked the first Scottish offshore wind leasing round in over a decade. It also demonstrated one of many ways our industry is actively focused on reducing its carbon footprint.
The UK oil and gas industry has made “strong progress” towards implementing the aims of a landmark pact between the sector and government.
Equinor has said it will provide an update on the concept for the Rosebank project in the West of Shetland later this year.
A new climate compatibility checkpoint is unlikely to impact on plans to develop a huge UK oilfield, according to the UK’s energy minister.