Energy leaders promote diversity and inclusion

Leaders in the energy sector are spearheading an initiative to enhance visibility of diversity and inclusion across the entire industry

Global coal production and consumption reach record high

Global coal production increased by over 7%, reaching a record high of 175 exajoules, according to the Energy Institute Statistical Review of World Energy 2023

Carbon fuels stall renewable growth, global energy emissions up 0.8%

Global primary energy consumption experienced a 1% growth, with fossil fuels remaining overwhelmingly dominant at 82%, according to the Statistical Review of World Energy

‘Net zero is something for politicians to latch onto’

That’s the view who of IPCC Professor Jim Skea – who spoke about the science behind net zero and climate change

Masdar CEO receives Honorary Fellowship of the Energy Institute

The UAE’s renewables developer Masdar will invest £1 billion in British battery storage technology

Chris Skidmore: ‘Oil and gas are part of the net zero transition’

He says he rejects the ‘good vs evil narrative’ when it comes to oil and gas companies

UK has capacity to store same carbon it produced since Industrial Revolution

The oil and gas regulator has revealed today it will soon announce the results of the UK’s first-ever carbon storage licensing round

Net zero will not make us poorer, says Chris Skidmore

The UK’s net zero architect has said there are two divergence paths for the UK, net zero or not zero and the latter is not “feasible”

Energy Institute becomes home to world energy data “jewel”

The Statistical Review of World Energy will pass to a new home at the Energy Institute, after 70 years of publication by bp

Energy Institute and MoneySavingExpert launch energy saving tool

It shows users how they can save hundreds on household appliances for free