The UK Government has snubbed a meeting with the team behind a carbon capture project that promises to deliver thousands of north-east jobs.
Scotland's energy secretary has said there is no time to waste in getting the Scottish carbon capture and storage (CCS) cluster the green light.
Scottish energy secretary Michael Matheson has backed an extension to the North Sea windfall tax, and said he would broaden it to a range of other industries.
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A plant to make low-carbon aviation fuel from waste could create up to 920 jobs in Peterhead and be worth £133 million to the local economy.
A major engineering and design contract has been awarded for what is expected to become Scotland’s first carbon capture-enabled power plant at Peterhead.
Storegga, the company behind the Acorn CCS facility near Peterhead, has signed a “groundbreaking” collaboration deal with Aker Carbon Capture (OSLO: ACC).
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A new report has laid out the potential monetary benefits of a major north-east decarbonisation project.
UK energy minister Greg Hands said further updates on carbon capture and storage (CCS) funding critical to north-east Scotland’s Acorn project will come later this year, after the government's Energy Security Strategy offered little new for the sector.
Fishing has been the lifeblood of Peterhead for 400 years and that’s not about to change any time soon.
Plans for new north-east low-carbon power station - that could create and support scores of green jobs - have taken a “major step” forwards.
A project that promises to deliver thousands of north-east jobs as well as ensure Scotland meets its net zero targets will happen “as soon as practical”, despite losing out its first bid for UK Government funding last year.
Scotland would be up to £6.7 billion better off with investment in carbon capture technology, the energy minister has said.
Ineos has invited engineering design contractors to tender for the design of a hydrogen production plant equipped with carbon capturing capabilities at its Grangemouth site.
SSE Thermal and Equinor have formally submitted two low-carbon projects into a competition for UK Government funding.
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Equinor has formally entered its flagship hydrogen project into the second phase of a key UK Government funding competition.
The Scottish Government has earmarked up to £80 million in a bid to bring forward the timeline for a key decarbonisation project.
The UK Government’s decision to put the Acorn project on a reserve list offers “no advantage”, says a world-leading carbon capture expert.
Billionaire industrialist Sir Ian Wood has said he is “more hopeful” about the prospects of a landmark project to capture, store and manage carbon in the north-east than he was when it was snubbed in a £1billion government funding programme a few weeks ago.
The Acorn carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in Aberdeenshire has teamed up with skills body OPITO to help deliver thousands of skilled jobs for the Scottish Cluster.
The UK Government has launched the next step in its bid to deliver carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) at two industrial clusters by the mid-2020s.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has come under fire for “failing to provide much needed clarity” on future carbon capture projects after a snub for the Acorn project last week.
Some of the energy industry’s biggest names are calling on the UK Government to make Scotland part of its initial carbon capture and storage (CCS) plans.
Scotland’s First Minister has questioned the decision not to award government funding to the Acorn CCS project.
Boris Johnson has insisted the north-east’s Scottish Cluster carbon capture bid “still has strong potential” despite the UK Government choosing to reject the project.