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Equinor completes purchase of 40% stake in Rosebank project

The Norwegian energy giant’s partners on the project are Suncor Energy and Siccar Point Energy

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ExxonMobil and IBM team up to unpack quantum computing

The international firms say quantum science could be used to develop next-generation energy and manufacturing technologies

Ofgem propose network reforms ‘that could save consumers £45’

The move would limit how much money energy network firms can pay to their shareholders

Utilities businesses risk GDPR penalties by not wiping old computers

A new report shows four months after their introduction, the majority of UK utilities are still failing to adhere to some of the rules

UK ‘needs more ingenuity, technology and progressive policies’

That’s the verdict from Martin Pibworth, Wholesale Director at SSE

UK and Canada sign bilateral Nuclear Co-operation Agreement

The deal will allow international nuclear energy co-operation to be continued after Brexit

Smaller energy firms ‘offering worst customer service’

Citizens Advice has ranked TOTO Energy and Solarplicity at the bottom of its leaderboard

UK companies ‘must seize offshore wind opportunities’

A new report suggests the UK’s offshore wind products and services to be worth £4.9 billion a year by 2030

Big Six ‘can’t survive as they are in new energy future’

Robert Groves, CEO of SmartestEnergy, said their role was likely to change dramatically

US energy efficiency sector now employs more than 2.2m workers

This is roughly twice as many as work in fossil fuel industries