Energy Voice Out Loud took home some silverware at the Publisher Podcast Awards - and it wasn't any forks or knives.
Scotwind will see billions of pounds invested into Scotland’s offshore wind supply sector, although, for Hamish, the news came just as he was trying to have lunch.
The second episode of Bigger Faster Better explores the future of hydrogen and compares how this crucial low-carbon technology is developing in the UK and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
There’s only one place to go in the global energy conversation this week and that’s the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Ukraine.
The first episode of the Bigger Faster Better series from Energy Voice, in association with Womble Bond Dickinson, starts a journey of exploration to uncover which countries are developing the most innovative and scalable energy solutions. Over the course of the series, we examine how the UK stacks up in its race to cut emissions and move towards Net Zero, against other nations across the globe.
In this week's Energy Voice Out Loud podcast, the team look at the huge downgrade in reserves and sizeable valuation cut for the Mariner field in the east of Shetland, in what is another blow to the North Sea after a flurry of issues in recent months.
The deal’s been done and, as the dust settles on the Glasgow Climate Pact, EV Europe editor Allister Thomas and James Close, head of climate change at NatWest Group, dig into the detail.
Energy and agriculture: Two industries which may not naturally go hand in hand. But they are critical in meeting society’s needs for food and fuel and both are at a crossroads in tackling carbon emissions.
The stage is set. The (energy-efficient) lights are lit. After nearly a year of delay, the 26th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 26) to the UNFCCC is finally upon us.
Allister’s back from Glasgow having been ejected from the Scottish Press Awards (what do you mean Jackie Bird hasn’t listened to the Energy Voice podcast?).
On this week’s Energy Voice Out Loud the team kick off discussion with Nicola Sturgeon’s calls for a review of oil and gas licences, including the controversial Cambo project in the West of Shetland. Will there be a U-turn from Boris Johnson or will this political football be kicked into the long grass?
The energy sector must continue to expand and evolve if key climate targets are to be met. Young people will be key to driving this change, filling tens of thousands of energy roles in the coming decades.
On this week’s EVOL, we talk about the Pemex “ring of fire” in the Gulf of Mexico, which has raised some serious environmental questions. We then move on to Hamish’s tale of the “mud explosion” in the Caspian, which has the team scratching their heads.
On this week’s EVOL, Mark’s talking passports… Nope, not about Brexit.
There’s no other place to start this week than with the news of the Velesto Naga 7 oil rig sinking off Malaysia. Our man in Asia, Damon Evans, takes us through the events. No one was hurt, but will there be an open inquiry? And how will the rig be recovered?
This latest episode of the EVOL X podcast is dedicated to “Building a Baseline”, the very first report into the state of diversity and inclusion in the UK oil and gas sector.
Mark and Ed are away, so the digital journalists will… play…?
On this week’s EVOL, in association with the EIC, the team give their thoughts on news that Oil and Gas UK – the North Sea’s leading trade body – is considering a rebrand, potentially following others in taking fossil fuels out of the name as part of their net zero push.
Join the Energy Voice team in the latest podcast episode, in association with Baker Hughes, as the team discusses the biggest news stories this week:
Should the government stump up some of the cash it was going to pay out for decommissioning ahead of time, in order to get the ball rolling? Decom North Sea thinks so, although other opinions are available. At a time when the national debt is hitting record levels, and a number of sectors are calling for help, the government may not want to help out the oil and gas industry.
With Allister on his hols (somewhere in lockdown Aberdeen), special guest Stuart Broadley, chief executive of the Energy Industries Council – which sponsors this episode – joined Mark and Ed to size up the week’s biggest stories.
Boris Johnson having an ethical dilemma? Oil tourism in Aberdeen? An FPSO being refurbished in Kishorn??
In this latest EVOL podcast, in association with Burness Paull, energy news gladiators Ed, Allister and Mark pierce the armour of the week’s hottest stories.
The oil and gas industry’s safety track record is improving, but there is considerable way to go. Operators and safety consultants should consider three areas.
The Energy Voice Out Lead team, still working from their respective EVOL lairs, take some time this week to consider how the oil price blues are threatening spending plans, upending agreed deals, and leaving workers out in the cold.