Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) plans to wind down its Covid task group, the trade body's HSE boss has said.
The North Sea’s leading trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has officially completed its planned rebrand.
Analysis by consultancy Xodus Group suggests £3.5-5 billion in capital expenditure will be needed to realise the electrification projects required to lower offshore emissions under the UK’s North Sea Transition Deal (NSTD).
The UK oil and gas industry has made “strong progress” towards implementing the aims of a landmark pact between the sector and government.
The decision by Oil & Gas UK to broaden its remit and change its name name to reflect the UK’s intended shift to low carbon energy pretty much across the board comes as no surprise.
Reaction to news that the leading trade body for the North Sea, Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), is rebranding has varied from claims of it being a “PR stunt” to praise for a move that’s “not before time”.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) is dropping “oil and gas” from its name in a rebrand which will see its focus and remit broaden to new energy sources.
Trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has appointed the chief operating officer of new energy services at Petrofac to its board.
UK oil and gas companies will contribute billions more to the country’s coffers whether a windfall tax is introduced or not.
‘It’s like if I was going to give up synchronised swimming – which I don’t do’: OGUK on Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance
The head of Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has likened some countries' commitments to the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA) to giving up a sport which they don't play.
Between COP, Cambo and a host of other increasingly political issues around fossil fuels, EV puts it to Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) chief executive Deirdre Michie that the trade body’s rhetoric to defend the sector has ramped up in recent months.
The latest Energy Voice monthly supplement has been published with The Press & Journal.
The GMB union has said that rigs must not be towed overseas to be broken up, pointing to UK decommissioning jobs as a “perfect opportunity” for the government’s levelling up agenda.
Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) has warned that the decommissioning market is increasingly interacting with that of offshore wind, increasing pressure on project timeframes and onshore yard space.
UK industry will spend £16.6 billion on decommissioning over the next decade as activity rebounds in the wake of the pandemic, according to Oil & Gas UK (OGUK).
As the host of the landmark COP26 summit, the UK has an important role to play as a world leader in tackling climate change. Our energy industry is no exception.
A new decommissioning steering group launched by trade body Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) will lead the sector in delivering safe and environmentally sound decommissioning, while meeting decarbonisation goals.
The head of the North Sea oil trade body came under fire at a special COP26 BBC Debate night on Tuesday, hitting back at accusations of “greenwashing”.
Industry leaders have insisted that oil and gas firms have a “valuable role” to play in fighting climate change, despite being largely absent from the COP26 summit.
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.