Industry watchdog the Oil & Gas Authority submits revised strategy to Parliament that for the first time includes obligation for sector to support pursuit of UK's 2050 net zero goal
'Net Zero Deal': UK and Scotland urged to work together to help keep North Sea oil and gas in the ground
The UK must deliver a managed transition for the North Sea oil and gas industry that curbs production but maintains employment opportunities, a new IPPR report argues
Johnson urged by major energy companies to emulate US president-elect Joe Biden and set a deadline for the decarbonisation of Britain's power system ahead of 2050 net zero goal
Creation of a new UK Seas Authority and appointment of a Minister for the North Sea among measures that could ensure efficient and environmentally responsible planning of clean energy technologies in area key to UK’s successful net zero transition, Policy...
The Humber Estuary is the most carbon-intensive stretch of the UK, home to 55,000 jobs and a huge slice of British economic value, but it is also one of the most climate vulnerable regions in the country - BusinessGreen sat down with the people working...
Review of the UK's oil and gas licensing regime to look at how to align future of the sector with 2050 net zero target
The wind array, set to come online in late 2022, will meet 35 per cent of the power needs of five offshore oil platforms, according to Equinor
Ocean charities hope to replicate the success of Veganuary campaign with new challenge for consumers to consume no fish in February
Public Accounts Committee report calls on government to get a better handle on future fossil fuel infrastructure decommissioning costs
Oil giant continues diversification push with agreement to acquire a stake in US solar firm Silicon Ranch Corporation for up to $217m
A Carbon Capture and Storage network along Britain's east coast could link major industry clusters to deliver huge a economic boost through to 2060, new research suggests
A recovery from near total collapse has led North Sea cod stocks to be labelled as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council for the first time in 20 years
Good Energy's Juliet Davenport argues the UK government needs a different approach to its erstwhile cash cow