Orwellian or essential? Oil and Gas Authority rebrands as North Sea Transition Authority ahead of latest licensing round

Cecilia Keating
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Group commits to playing an expanded role in the net zero transition, as it drops mention of fossil fuels from its name

The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has announced it has changed its name to the North Sea Transition Authority, in a bid to reflect the fossil fuel industry's "evolving role" in the net zero transition...

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