bp’s Matapal project achieves first gas ahead of schedule

Initial production from the development is expected to be in the range of 250 million to 350 million standard cubic feet per day once all the wells are fully ramped up

Dutch energy infrastructure upgrade granted €250m EU loan

TenneT Holding is building a 40-kilometre long electricity corridor that will enable the transmission of offshore wind energy to users in the Netherlands and beyond

Could there be 200 cars queuing for one charger?

Nearly eight million drivers will have to rely on public charging points with not enough to go round says research

Norway to increase gas exports to Europe as prices rise

Production permits for the Oseberg and Troll fields have each been increased by one billion cubic meters for the gas year starting 1st October 2021

Vattenfall launches ‘UK’s largest’ heat network

The project is forecast to provide heat to the equivalent of half a million homes in London

Final turbine installed at 857MW Triton Knoll offshore wind farm

Once completed, it will be capable of generating enough green electricity to power the equivalent of more than 800,000 homes in the UK

CO2, an outpatient for Leeds iconic hospital

The St. James’s hospital will receive low carbon heat created by a facility recovering energy from the waste of around 6,000 homes

Lightsource bp banks $1.8bn for 25GW of solar power by 2025

It has secured the credit and trade finance facility from 10 global financial institutions to fuel its growth strategy, which is expected to create more than 500 new jobs over the next four years

Kwasi Kwarteng: “Security of energy supply is not a cause for immediate concern”

The Business and Energy Secretary met energy bosses to discuss the impact of global gas price rises

Low carbon heating, a matter of leisure for Oxford!

Oxford’s public leisure centres, including swimming pools and ice rinks will have their gas boilers replaced with heat pumps