Former UK Prime Minister: Oil titans should face global climate tax

Gordon Brown has proposed a $25 billion global windfall tax to support climate initiatives in poorer countries

Industry reacts to UK’s ‘green policy U-turn’

Industry concerns are mounting as reports suggest potential changes to the UK government’s environmental commitments, with critics cautioning that such revisions could lead to higher energy bills

Electric drones soar above North Sea oil rigs

Skyports Drone Services and Equinor have joined forces for a two-month trial of electric drone deliveries to oil installations in the North Sea

Acorn gets green light for massive CO2 storage expansion

Acorn has secured licenses from the North Sea Transition Authority to boost its carbon storage capacity in the North Sea, allowing it to store approximately 240 megatonnes of carbon dioxide

bp chief steps down ‘with immediate effect’

The British energy giant has cited allegations related to Bernard Looney’s behaviour in “personal relationships with company colleagues” as the reason for his departure

UK offshore energy boom: Jobs set to surge 50% by 2030

A new study predicts a potential increase in the UK’s offshore energy workforce to 225,000 jobs by the end of the decade, up from the current 150,000

Australian LNG workers press on with strike action

Workers at Chevron’s major Australian LNG projects are poised to strike, impacting over 5% of global supply, prompting experts to express worries about potential energy price increases

Could a ‘hydrogen bank’ fuel Scotland’s green dreams?

Researchers at the University of Aberdeen are developing technology to store electricity from renewables as green hydrogen in depleted oil and gas reservoirs

UK’s £100bn energy investment plea

The government has been urged to attract £100 billion private investment to ensure energy security

New Energy Secretary faces Energy Bill challenge

Energy Security Secretary Claire Coutinho faces substantial Energy Bill amendments and committee sessions this week