Rishi Sunak will pledge to spend £1.6 billion on climate projects, as the British premier arrives at the COP28 summit trying to show leaders the UK remains committed to the cause after he watered down his government’s green agenda and promised to boost oil and gas exploration.
Ten northern European countries agreed to deploy vessels and planes across the Baltic Sea region to protect critical undersea infrastructure in response to last month’s suspected acts of sabotage.
A lack of long-term planning from the Government risks jeopardising the UK's legally mandated 2050 net zero target, MPs have warned.
Greta Thunberg, alongside Fossil Free London, staged protests outside of Guildhall in the City of London during the prime minister's speech at the Lord Mayor’s banquet.
The chief of Equinor's UK operations has warned investment in the North Sea is at "an all-time low" in meetings with the Scottish and UK governments.
The UK government is preparing to offer significantly higher subsidies for new offshore wind farms to get the country’s clean-power strategy back on track after developers shunned a previous auction.
As the UK government plans to award North Sea oil and gas licences every year, Energy Voice discusses what that means for the industry.
Scottish Renewables is calling on the UK government to take urgent action to maintain the country's position as a 'world leader' in renewables.
There are three primary grounds for any potential challenge to Rosebank.
UK ports face uncertainty when investing in floating wind - the UK Infrastructure Bank is looking at levers to help.
As Grant Shapps steps down as energy security secretary, the industry welcomes the third MP to take up the energy brief in less than 12 months.
We also take a deeper dive into the Scottish hydrogen projects that have made the cut.
Most people in Scotland back Rishi Sunak's decision to grant new oil and gas licences, according to new research on public attitudes to the future of the energy industry.
Changes to the UK's Emissions Trading Scheme will result in Supermajor TotalEnergies (XPAR:TTE) seeing a near £30 million hike in fees.
Meanwhile, the location of a ‘world first’ floating wind hydrogen demonstrator project off Aberdeen may also be in doubt.
Greenpeace should not be given "a seat at the table" in Whitehall discussions of climate-related issues following an anti-oil protest targeting Rishi Sunak's home, Downing Street has said.
Greenpeace protestors that scaled the North Yorkshire home of Rishi Sunak have been arrested following hours at the prime minister’s house.
The UK government is launching a review of its oil and gas fiscal regime and has launched a call for evidence.
UK energy minister Graham Stuart discusses the government's CCUS investment and its decision to back further North Sea licences
The SNP's Westminster leader has welcomed reports a carbon capture scheme in Scotland is due to get the green light, claiming "now is the time to strike" on the country's green potential.
The UK government is changing how firms pay for producing emissions as it introduced more allowances to its Emissions Trading Scheme.
SNP Westminster leader Stephen Flynn is heaping pressure on UK government ministers to give clarity on carbon capture investment for the north-east.
Greta Thunberg has joined her fellow protestors in London to make the demand that the UK Government rejects the controversial Rosebank oil field.
Rishi Sunak said he would delay or abandon environment policies if they led to direct costs on consumers, as senior Conservatives pressure his UK government to rethink its strategy following elections last week.
The UK government’s energy security secretary, Grant Shapps, has said that granting “every single conceivable licence to the North Sea” would be within the country’s net zero targets.