A “massive move” is underway to embrace the carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) sector by North Sea supply chain firms, according to the boss of a new industry and government alliance.
Pale Blue Dot
A north-east carbon capture and hydrogen production project has reached key milestone with the appointment of a major contractor.
Two north-east decarbonisation projects have managed to secure significant UK Government funding to further their work on CO2 reduction programmes.
The finalists for this year’s Offshore Achievement Awards (OAA) have been announced, with record entries submitted across a number of categories.
As momentum grows for Vision 2035 and the energy industry strives towards net zero, it is widely recognised that a key part of achieving this will be through the existing workforce; retaining and retraining will create a more flexible, multi-skilled and technologically-aware workforce.
Learning how to decommission oilfields without demolishing the UK oil and gas industry’s net-zero pledge is the “next big step”, a new report said.
The potential to heat Donald Trump’s newly-approved housing estate in Aberdeenshire with 100% hydrogen was discussed at an energy sector conference yesterday.
Scientists from Edinburgh University have received funding for a £1.4 million research project to investigate the storage of hydrogen in the subsurface.
Energy giant Shell is getting “actively” involved in a north-east carbon capture project again – less than five years after its plans for a similar scheme were derailed.
A north-east MSP has called for assurances that UK carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects won’t hit the buffers following the Cabinet reshuffle.
A new hydrogen festival will take place in Aberdeen as part of a drive to explore low-carbon technologies.
An “education gap” needs to be met for activist groups to understand the need for oil and gas globally, according to a clean energy advisor.
Climate change targets have led to significant changes in the energy mix with the energy transition rapidly gaining pace.
A pioneering north-east project for tackling carbon emissions received a huge funding boost today.
A pair of north east explorers have said experiencing first-hand the effects of climate change has led to their backing of a ground-breaking clean energy scheme.
The recognition of Peterhead port as a key transfer location for carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been heralded as important to the long-term future of the North Sea.
Pale Blue Dot Energy, the company behind the Acorn Carbon Capture and Storage site at St Fergus, writes for Energy Voice from the COP24 conference in Katowice, Poland.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has handed it out its first license allowing offshore exploration for the purposes of a pioneering clean energy scheme.
Anyone in the UK energy industry who didn’t clock the dramatic weather headlines of November 26 must have had their head in the sand.
A “major milestone” has been reached in the development of a pioneering clean energy project at the St Fergus gas terminal in Aberdeenshire.
The UK Government has been condemned for a lack of action to support a major clean energy project near Peterhead.
Shell’s plans to decommission a North Sea pipeline have not derailed a major clean energy scheme in Peterhead, organisers have insisted.
The north-east is to be used as a testing ground in a pioneering project to prove if hydrogen could be deployed at scale to eliminate emissions from the UK’s energy system.
A north-east project could be the “stepping point” to begin large-scale use of technology to reduce carbon emissions in the UK, according to its manager.
Yesterday's news regarding the withdrawal of the £1 billion capital subsidy by a government who only six months ago were firmly committed to CCS as part of their election manifesto was a shock for many people across the energy industry.