Almost a fifth of North Sea oil companies ‘expect to make further cuts in their workforce next year’

Almost 22% of oil and gas businesses have reduced their staff by more than 10% during 2020, according to new research

bp and Ørsted to build green hydrogen project at German oil refinery

A 50MW electrolyser will be powered by an offshore ‎wind farm in the North Sea and the hydrogen produced will be used in the refinery

TenneT launches biodiversity programme at undersea cable projects in North Sea

The plan involves the replacement of granite parts at three cable intersections with a calciferous stone originating from a marble quarry

EU to invest nearly €1bn in new energy infrastructure projects

Grants will be provided for 10 projects – two for electricity transmission, one for smart electricity grids, six for transport of CO2 and one for gas

Equinor announces new oil and gas discovery

Recoverable resources are estimated at up to almost 38m barrels of oil equivalent

Plans for interconnection of British and Dutch offshore wind farms move forward

An interconnector will connect up to 4GW of British and Dutch offshore wind, providing an additional 2GW of capacity between the countries

Scotland awards £1.84m for North Sea oil and gas decommissioning

The Decommissioning Challenge Fund supports infrastructure upgrades and innovation in retrieval and transportation methods at ports and harbours, as well as supply chain projects

Northumberland scheme to protect environment from rising mine water completed

The expanded project can now treat more than six billion litres of mine water every year – equivalent to 2,400 Olympic-sized swimming pools

Offshore wind ‘will prove critical for Europe to hit its 2050 targets’

Politicians from across the continent have stated a new European offshore wind framework is needed to help overcome the barriers presented during the deployment of joint and hybrid projects between countries

Danish port lands billion kroner cash injection for offshore wind development

The new port facilities at the Port of Esbjerg will help reduce the costs of transportation between production and installation sites