Even more oil found in North Sea

A second huge oil field may have been found by oil exploration companies Wintershall and Encore Oil. The new discovery could potentially hold between 100 and 200 million barrels and comes just days after Wintershall announced a find worth 60 to 100 million barrels east of Aberdeen. The new discovery could herald a renewed interest […]

Car emissions fall again

A report by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders shows that average new car CO2 emissions fell 4.7% in the first half of 2010 to 145.2g/km, compared with the same period in 2009. Meanwhile, registrations of alternatively fuelled cars such as hybrids, LPG and biodiesel doubled over the same period. Average new car CO2 […]

The Mega What?

Gaynor Hartnell of the Renewable Energy Association

Fire fighters climb sustainability ladder

London Fire Brigade goes green

The Mega What?

Stephen Palmer of BeBa Energy

The Mega What?

Sonny Massero of CA gives us the lowdown

Norway and UK energise friendship

Energy minister Charles Hendry and his Norwegian counterpart announced a series of measures to improve co-operation between the two countries on Wednesday. At the heart of it was recognising how important Norwegian gas is to the UK and working on measures to ensure security of supply. The nations agreed to exchange information to improve inspections, […]

New software to help with carbon reduction commitment

TEAM will be showcasing their comprehensive CRC Software package live at both The Energy Event and The Carbon Show this year. Live demonstrations will include a presentation about CRC legislation. The carbon reduction commitment software guides users through data validation, registration and annual reports as well as forecasting how many carbon allowances need to be […]

Animal feed manufacturer saves 30 per cent on electricity bills

Leading British manufacturer of pig and poultry compound feed, ABN, has cut its electricity bills by 30 per cent The company which produces 1.7 million tonnes of feed per annum from its ten mills located throughout the UK, wanted to examine the energy efficiency of some of its key processes. ABN’s Supply Chain Director Alex […]

Businesses expect to pay for carbon

A new survey reveals that most finance heads at the UK’s largest companies believe that all businesses will be required to measure their carbon footprint and pay a price for the carbon they emit. According to the research by the Carbon Trust Standard Company, forty per cent expect this to happen within the next decade, […]