Underwater cable being laid
Two out, two In: Ofgem’s decision on multi-purpose interconnectors

Ofgem has excluded two proposed Multi-Purpose Interconnectors projects connecting to Norway from its pilot scheme

Equinor to participate to EU’s joint gas procurement scheme

The move aims to facilitate the signing of long-term contracts between suppliers and customers

Big blow for Norway-UK interconnector as licence application gets rejected

Norway’s officials have said it would be unwise to pursue any further exports

Sweden retains top spot on net power exports

Italy remained the biggest net importer in first half of 2022, according to a new report

Wind farm protests force Norway’s Energy Minister cancel UK visit

Oslo was hit by protests over wind turbines built on land traditionally used by indigenous Sami reindeer herders

Norway will reduce power exports to Britain if supplies are at risk

The move is expected to protect Nordic country’s reservoirs

RWE and Equinor strike big hydrogen deal

This will see a new pipeline transport the gas from Norway to Germany and more renewable infrastructure built

‘European gas shortages to keep wholesale prices high this winter and next’

Sky-high winter gas prices are forecast to retain their record levels this decade, according to a new report

First power produced at ‘world’s largest’ floating wind farm

Hywind Tampen will have a total capacity of 60MW and will provide around 35% of the electricity demand of the Gullfaks and Snorre oil and gas fields

Green maritime routes agreed at COP27

A deal has been struck to build zero-emission shipping routes between the UK, US, Norway and the Netherlands