Energy Minister praises approval of 27 new oil and gas licences

Energy Minister Claire Coutinho states that the approval of new North Sea drilling licences will contribute to the reduction of the UK’s energy import dependence

Massive Morocco-UK power link wins national status

The subsea cable connecting Morocco’s renewable energy sources to the UK has been classified as a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project

Egyptian solar and wind to boost Britain’s energy supply

Britain plans to import electricity generated by solar and wind farms in Egypt through subsea cables connecting the country with Europe

Drax partners with Port of Tyne for biomass imports

In a new four-year agreement, the Port of Tyne will annually import up to one million tonnes of biomass via rail for delivery to the Drax power station

UK gas prices surge amidst threat of strike at Australian LNG plant

Wholesale gas prices surged in Europe today as potential strike at Australia’s North West Shelf LNG plant looms

Nearly 89% of Britons express concerns over energy affordability

Almost 87% of Brits voice their concerns about the country’s dependency on energy from abroad, according to a new survey

EU surpasses 90% gas storage target ahead of winter

The recently revealed data indicates that European gas storage levels have reached 90.12% of capacity, corresponding to more than 93 billion cubic metres of natural gas

Officials clock 9,500 hours on £17bn UK-Morocco giant cable

The power link, aiming to provide 8% of the UK’s electricity needs via a 3,800-kilometre subsea cable, has received “crucial” support from the government

UK ministers to push energy giants for North Sea oil and gas projects

UK ministers will reportedly meet with energy majors, including Shell and bp, urging them to reinvest profits in new North Sea oil and gas ventures

UK greenlights more new oil and gas

UK Prime Minister has confirmed today that hundreds of new oil and gas licenses will be granted