But critics claim new tests in Offshore Petroleum Licensing Bill will do little to help ensure net zero emission targets are met
Exclusive: Billions of pounds invested by local government pension funds in oil and gas production, analysis by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism finds
The record-breaking, 114 turbine Seagreen project has been fully commissioned, delivering power for around 1.6 million homes a year
Plans to store 20 to 30 million tonnes of CO2 captured from Teesside and Humberside industrial sites awarded agreement for lease by Crown Estate
Prime Minister insists issuing hundreds new oil and gas licenses will not jeopardise net zero targets, as green groups slam latest 'cynical political ploy to sow division'
New analysis from ECIU calculates that reduction in energy production from halting new North Sea gas projects could be easily covered through new renewables projects and heat pump roll out
Oil use in transport set to decline from 2026, but strong petrochemicals demand could provide oil majors with new markets
PM faces pushback from green business groups, after he accuses Labour of 'leading us into an energy surrender'