RWE awards massive wind turbine contract to Siemens Gamesa for 1.4GW Sofia project

The project will feature what is claimed to be the ‘world’s largest’ wind turbines

Aquafin signs new €100m EU loan to finance wastewater treatment

The funds will be used to continue the expansion of wastewater collection and treatment in Flanders – currently, more than 85% of all wastewater in the region is collected and treated

Is large-scale offshore wind hurting the North Sea’s ecology?

The House of Lords EU Environment sub-committee calls for immediate research on the impact of wind installations on sand eels, fish, seabirds and marine mammals

Government announces landmark ban on funding of fossil fuel projects overseas

A new ‘North Sea Transition Deal’ will see policymakers and industry invest up to £16 billion in renewables, hydrogen and carbon capture usage and storage by 2030 to reduce carbon emissions

UK awards £31m for safe carbon storage capacity off Aberdeenshire

It will support the development of Scotland’s Net Zero Infrastructure project to deliver important onshore and offshore engineering studies connecting industrial sites across Aberdeenshire to Falkirk

Denmark consults on ‘world’s first’ energy island

Tenderers have been asked for the 10GW

Japanese trading house invests in UK CCS project

Acorn CCS project aims to store carbon dioxide emissions in North Sea oil and gas reservoirs

Equinor plans shut down of Veslefrikk field after 30 years

Discovered in 1981, the field came on stream in 1989 and has produced more than 400m barrels of oil equivalent

Equinor strikes oil and gas near Troll field in the North Sea

Recoverable resources are estimated at between seven and 11 million standard cubic metres of oil equivalent

Green light for ‘world’s first energy island’ in North Sea

The plant is forecast to cover the energy consumption of ten million households