Have the winds of change started blowing over the oil and gas industry?

Around 43% of oil and gas workers are thinking of leaving the energy industry altogether within the next five years

“North Sea oil and gas production is still vital”

Oil and Gas Authority Chairman said North Sea exploration can ensure a successful energy transition to net zero

Trade unions issue notice for strike action of North Sea contractors

Workers vote in favour of industrial action in a dispute over changes to terms, condition and pay

US to release 50m barrels of oil to lower energy costs

The UK has also agreed to participate, by releasing 1.5 million barrels of its reserves

UK must allow new oil and gas fields or face future shortages, trade body says

OGUK said blocking oil and gas projects would leave consumers more exposed to soaring energy bills

Biden calls for probe over potential ‘illegal conduct’ behind rising gas prices

The US President said there is ‘mounting evidence’ of anti-consumer behaviour by oil and gas companies

UK Government should not green light Cambo, Nicola Sturgeon says

Scotland’s First Minister said the proposed development should not pass any rigorous climate assessment

Australia’s deputy Prime Minister mocks tearful moment of COP26 President

Barnaby Joyce said that Alok Sharma never talked during COP26 about shutting down oil fields in the North Sea

UK to become home to Shell headquarters

The move aims to simplify the company’s share structure

OPEC brands transition from oil to renewables dangerous

The organisation blamed the proponents of renewable energy for creating a misleading narrative