Some of the North Sea’s biggest players have been included on the shortlist for this year’s prestigious Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) Awards.
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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.
Combined bills for households across the UK will surge beyond £100 billion when the new price cap takes effect in October, according to new research.
With Liz Truss announced as the new leader of the conservative party, the energy sector will not be exempt from the shockwaves felt across the UK that come with a new PM.
More than half of young people would consider a career in the UK’s energy sector, new research has found.
Deirdre Michie, chief executive of Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), has temporarily stood back from the role after being diagnosed with a medical condition.
There is no single solution to deliver net zero. Affordable, low carbon energy growth will be driven by innovative technology.
The next Prime Minister has been urged to back the energy sector and shut down windfall tax "speculation" as Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak visit North-east Scotland today.
The UK’s offshore energy trade body has warned that further changes to “windfall” taxes on the oil and gas sector would reduce energy security and increase consumer costs.
Trade body Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) has launched new guidelines to help oil and gas firms reduce methane emissions from the production of oil and gas.
An environmental group is claiming Equinor will pay millions of pounds less in tax if the North Sea Rosebank field gets the go ahead.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) has launched its search to find a successor to executive Deirdre Michie, who steps down at the end of this year.
Some miles off the coasts of England, Ireland and Scotland, deep under the sea, lie rock formations which could be capable of holding up to 78 billion tonnes of CO2.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) will survey its members to help measure the overall diversity of the offshore workforce, as it works to improve inclusion and representation.
UK Government is being urged to give urgent clarity about future support for carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects.
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.
Energy majors and local supply chain firms are among the finalists announced for this year’s Offshore Safety Awards.
A trio of emerging low carbon technologies could generate almost 30,000 new UK jobs by 2030, according to research by Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Update: North Sea’s stable reputation ‘protected’ as Norwegian government intervenes to halt offshore worker strike
The Norwegian government has stepped in to end industrial action by offshore workers which threatened to shut in almost 60% of the country’s gas exports.
“We've got to learn from what others have gone through, but at the same time pass on our own learnings to other industries,” says Offshore Energies UK’s (OEUK) new safety boss Mark Wilson.
Last month, Chancellor Rishi Sunak flew into the Granite City - home of the UK’s offshore energy industry. He was there to listen directly to the concerns put forward by industry leaders on the Government’s proposed energy profits levy.
Industry leader Deirdre Michie is to step down as CEO of the trade body Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) after nearly a decade at the helm.
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“That's really where I can look back to and see how my whole focus towards this was developed”, Peter France told the Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) HSE conference.
A North Sea health and safety leader has underlined the need for industry to take the “good practice” it has developed into the transition.