Chancellor Rishi Sunak will come under pressure to offer more support to working families in financial pain as he makes his spring statement on Wednesday.
Scottish Green party co-leader Patrick Harvie has said the war in Ukraine must not be used to justify increased production of fossil fuels from the North Sea.
Politicians have been accused of letting down offshore workers after plans for a training passport were voted down in Westminster.
With COP26 in Glasgow two months away, one might think Scottish political eyes would be turning towards the issues it will discuss, even if that means parking some other preoccupations for the time being. Not so.
The UK Government has pledged to support the advancement of both green and blue hydrogen as part of plans to create a “thriving” low carbon sector.
It’s hoped the award of more than a million pounds to a Scottish decarbonisation group could help to “realise the ambition” of energy transition initiatives in the north-east.
Trade body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has restated the importance of Westminster following through on its promises of a “transformational” sector deal.
The UK Government has been urged to change how it shapes energy policy or risk hindering efforts to reach its 2050 net zero target.
Industry chiefs are fighting in Westminster and Capitol Hill to support global helicopter firms that operate in the UK North Sea, warning some “will probably not survive”.
Nicola Sturgeon has challenged Westminster to "stop obsessing" about nuclear power and "get its act together" on green energy.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have brought Westminster to a halt as they demand the Government takes urgent action on climate change and wildlife losses.
A sector deal for the oil and gas industry is now “unlikely” after ministers rebuffed the recommendations of an influential Commons committee, it has been claimed.
Barclays' annual general meeting has been hit by climate protesters angry at the lender's financing of fossil fuel projects.
Fracking has created a "real shadow across the landscape" for those communities affected by exploratory drilling, a Tory MP has warned.
Secret files have revealed how senior government figures were “vigorously opposed” to the landmark relocation of dozens of civil servants to Aberdeen in the 1990s.
An energy bill price cap has moved a step closer after legislation seeking to end "abuse" against customers cleared the Commons.
Representatives of the UK's beleaguered subsea industry are taking their plight to Westminster tomorrow to urge policy makers to do everything they can to protect the sector.
Industry body Subsea UK is leading a delegation of high profile subsea leaders from companies across the country’s supply chain to Westminster on Wednesday to urge MPs to do all they can to protect the £9billion subsea industry.
A climate change sceptic MP has quoted the Bible in search of support for oil companies.
Tory grandee Lord Lawson has poured scorn on the future of the North Sea oil and gas industry. The former chancellor and energy secretary said the sector could only be a “shadow” of what it had been in the past.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said a “detailed action” plan will be presented to the Treasury before next month’s budget, including calls for further tax measures.
The Scottish Government will continue to press the UK Government to offer more financial support to Scotland’s north east, after “inviting” David Cameron to match its own £379 million contribution, the First Minister has said. Nicola Sturgeon also told MSPs she will visit Aberdeen on Monday to announce further commitments to support the oil and gas industry.
The shale gas industry offers “one of those rare opportunities” to create a new demand for steel, offering a potential boost to Britain’s troubled steel industry, a Labour MP has suggested. Angela Smith described the opportunities the shale gas industry could create for steel manufacturing as the “most exciting prospect”, adding it could offer a “new sense of hope therefore for a positive future for what is one of our foundation industries”.
Aberdeen South MP Callum McCaig has asked for clarification over a claim by the prime minister that carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology “isn’t working”. Speaking in the Commons chamber yesterday, the SNP’s energy spokesman at Westminster raised the issue of the shock decision to axe a £1billion competition for development money. He suggested that the prime minister and his energy secretary were contradicting each other on the subject.
The UK Government is being urged to outline how it will support a world-leading north-east gas project after the energy secretary announced plans to phase out coal by 2025.