Environmental lawyers object Drax’s proposed 3.6GW gas plant

ClientEarth argues the project, if given the go-ahead, ‘will risk locking in high carbon energy on the grid until 2050’

Stop squabbling ex-oil boss tells oil and gas lawyers

Oil and gas firms and especially their lawyers were told to quit squabbling over deals and work together amicably by Sir Ian Wood yesterday. In many ways the former chairman of engineering firm Wood Group is the Alex Ferguson of the oil world – although he seems set on leaving a far better legacy behind […]

Guest Blog: Mervyn Bowden – Just how important are energy consultants?

As the TELCA awards loom on the horizon and I get ready to put my judging hat on, it’s a timely question to ask – just how important are energy consultants? Given the ever-spiralling costs of energy, carbon and pass-through charges, I’d say the services of a good consultant are absolutely essential for everyone with […]