One area of the energy sector that everyone will be looking at following today’s budget is carbon capture utilisation and storage, however, what does that mean?
The UK government has reappointed professional services consultancy WSP to advise on the delivery of the country’s Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) programme.
The trade body, Scottish Renewables has urged the UK and Scottish governments to explain to the public why a "once-in-a-generation electricity network expansion" is needed.
Rishi Sunak has confirmed that he will grant hundreds of new North Sea licences as part of an ongoing exploration round, however, is this the right move for the UK and the environment?
The UK government is proposing that the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) should oversee hydrogen pipelines in addition to its current workload.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce's boss slammed Jeremy Hunt’s “underwhelming at best” Spring budget as the government returns to "snail-like habits".
A group of 30 delegates from across the energy sector recently attended a workshop on the future of carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) and agreed that education is needed to ensure its success in the UK.
Lord Offord of the Scotland Office said it would be "crazy" to shut down oil and gas in the north-east in response to the Scottish Government's recently announced energy strategy.
A boss at BP was grilled for his lack of answers on a windfall tax "loophole" by an MP at a House of Commons Committee this week.
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) chief executive Linda Cook has issued a public plea to the chancellor to rethink much-expected changes to the windfall tax.
Business Secretary Grant Shapps has said Rishi Sunak is able to attend Cop27 because of the "vast amount" of work that has been completed on the forthcoming autumn budget.
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng has been sacked after just six weeks in the role.
Hurricane Energy has branded government’s windfall tax as “unhelpful” particularly due to its lack of public details.