TAQA (ADX: TAQA) intends to cease production from all of its UK North Sea platforms by the end of 2027.
Orsted (CPH: ORSTED) will benefit from permanent tax breaks announced by UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt in an effort to support the country’s business in the shift to clean energy.
“The North Sea is probably the most attractive area in the world for offshore wind,” Vestas CEO Henrik Andersen said.
Danish start-up Continuum has developed a world-first method of recycling wind turbine blades into composite building materials, and the company could potentially base its first factory in Scotland.
UK Minister for Energy Security and Net Zero announced as headline speaker for ETIDEX 2023.
United Oil & Gas (LON: UOG) has terminated an asset purchase agreement with Quattro Energy for the conditional sale of a North Sea licence.
Wood Plc (LON: WG) has announced the appointment of Arvind Balan as its new chief financial officer and executive director.
Environmental campaign groups have criticised the latest awarding of new oil and gas licences by the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA).
Centrica Plc boss Chris O’Shea is on a mission to show the UK government that it needs to rapidly speed up carbon capture projects, which could become crucial if the country is to reach its net zero ambitions.
Geng North is thought to hold around 5 trillion cubic feet of gas and 400 million barrels of condensate. Eni sees the Kutei Basin becoming a “new world class gas hub”.
The UK’s natural gas network will be ready to blend some hydrogen into the grid by the end of next year, according to its operator, which is preparing for the technology despite renewed debates about its viability.
Report shows the pace of development in the global hydrogen sector is accelerating, and the researchers are warning the UK is at risk of falling further behind the European Union and the United States.
Wind-farm developers are lobbying the UK government to give them more tax breaks in the fall budget, arguing that rising interest rates and supply-chain costs are putting the viability of some new projects in doubt.
Environmental campaign group Greenpeace has vowed to appeal after it lost a legal challenge against a new major UK oil and gas licensing round.
Over 200 energy industry leaders gathered in Aberdeen today as Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) held its first ever decarbonisation conference.
Brookfield Asset Management Ltd. will acquire the renewables division of the Banks Group, an operator of onshore wind farms in the UK.
There has been “no signal” that the UK Government’s £20bn of planned funding for CCS would be at risk following a general election, said a leading trade body.
GMB Scotland has said a "failure of government" is the cause of a major reduction in North Sea oil flowing through the Forties Pipeline System (FPS).
Equinor was asked that key question during a media briefing on the Rosebank oilfield on Wednesday.
Several carbon capture and storage (CCS) projects in the UK are considering a move out of the UK to more favourable conditions overseas, a trade body has warned.
An Edinburgh based AI firm has raised $10 million as it seeks to accelerate the global energy transition.
The Port of Aberdeen’s “transformational” £420 million expansion project has been officially opened by The Princess Royal on Friday, September 22.
The once-booming UK offshore wind industry faces years of pain, including project delays and possible cancellations, due to soaring costs and higher interest rates.
The Scottish government has announced plans to establish a European hub to recycle and repurpose wind turbine blades as part of a landmark deal.
The UK Government has formally approved the Affleck redevelopment - a new oil project in the North Sea.