The UK’s energy minister has visited Europe’s oil and gas capital for the first time since he took up the role last month.
A new initiative aimed at accelerating the pace at which plug and abandonment (P&A) technology is qualified and commercialised has been launched.
North Sea gas production could protect customers from future price hikes, according to an industry body, as millions today face an increase in energy bills.
Well-Safe Solutions has landed a “groundbreaking” decommissioning campaign contract with Repsol Sinopec in the UK North Sea.
Major energy services companies in the North Sea have today put in place a joint initiative aimed at blocking unskilled labour in the market.
Leading trade unions have reacted to reports that oil and gas giant Shell is considering a “jab or job” policy for employees.
The oil and gas industry is “not doing enough” to fight climate change, according to the UK Government’s top adviser on the issue.
This year is set to be one like no other for the UK’s changing offshore oil and gas industry.
Energy Voice Out Loud, under the tender new management of Allister, took a look at the big numbers coming out of OGUK’s big report this week. Imports are rising, it seems, but politics remain a tangled web. Are companies too scared of allegations of greenwashing to make the case for the energy industry?
Bosses from all corners of the energy sector have shared their thoughts on the UK Government’s flagship Hydrogen Policy.
The chief executive of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has written to the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, issuing a jobs warning over “high-profile negative campaigns” against the Cambo oil field.
Nearly 35,000 UK jobs supported by the oil and gas industry have been lost in the last year as Covid and volatile prices struck, according to a landmark new report.
Details of further government support for decarbonising the North Sea oil and gas sector will be considered by the UK government ahead of its autumn spending review in November, the minister for energy and climate change has said on a visit to Aberdeen.
The UK offshore oil and gas industry’s representative body has backed a landmark climate paper, hailing it for “adding new impetus” to the energy transition.
A total of £34 million will be invested in projects aimed at “transforming the North Sea energy system” and delivering a net-zero future.
The landmark North Sea Transition Deal document described the UK oil and gas sector as having “an international reputation for leading the world in offshore exploration and production capabilities,” going on to point out, “its supply chain services are exported around the world”.
The 1990s were a brutal time in the North Sea, with the oil & gas industry largely pre-occupied with trying to recover from the 1986 global price crash and culminating with the second crash, the slide for which began in 1997 and bottomed out late 1998/early 1999.
A timetable must be set out for the end of oil and gas, partnered with a "truly just transition", Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Tributes have been paid to Bruce Dingwall, a North Sea leading light who died suddenly yesterday, aged 61.
This November in Glasgow, a city renowned for its character, the UK will be hosting one of the most important climate events of recent times: COP26.
Trade unions and climate campaigners have called for the creation of an “offshore training passport” to help workers move between the oil and gas and renewables sectors more easily.
Industry body OGUK will conduct one of the sector’s biggest workforce engagement campaigns as part of a wider effort to deliver a fair energy transition.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has announced the appointment of industrialist Bob Keiller as its chairman and has published accounts which reveal the impact of the pandemic on the business group’s finances.
In this COP26 year, we are beginning to see and hear more and more about hydrogen as it becomes viable as a real fuel alternative for the UK.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to ditch talks on a Green government “coalition” over fears for North Sea jobs.