Renewable energy to power oil and gas rigs?

The Oil and Gas Authority has started ‘significant work’ on how it can support the low carbon energy transition

Equinor gets nod to extend life of oil and gas fields

Several of these installations were originally scheduled for shutdown already or in a few years

BP and Environmental Defense Fund target methane emissions

They will work on projects that test technologies and emerging strategies to continue to improve methane management

EU greenlights Total’s buyout of Chevron’s Danish North Sea business

The Commission’s investigation found the proposed acquisition would not raise competition concerns

Norway’s $1tn fund to cut oil and gas investments

The government intends to make the fund less vulnerable to a permanent drop in oil prices

New network to improve gender diversity in oil and gas

Women represent only one in four out of the 280,000 skilled jobs supported by the industry

Government appoints new Oil and Gas Authority chair

Tim Eggar served as Energy Minister between 1992 and 1996

Offshore Wind Sector deal targets 33% women in workforce by 2030

The government has also set a target to triple the number of highly-skilled jobs in the industry

Liam Fox pledges support for oil and gas and environmental standards post-Brexit

The international trade secretary said climate change is ‘undoubtedly one of the most pressing challenges’ beyond Brexit

Could ‘phantom volcanoes’ hold more oil and gas in the North Sea?

The Rattray Volcanic Province was assumed to contain the remains of three volcanoes