Tagged With North Sea
Orsted to trial offshore wind-to-reef initiative in Taiwan
11 May 2022
Reefing offshore installations could improve ocean biodiversity but faces regulatory obstacles in the US and Europe
Europe faces transition trade-offs amid Russian crisis
9 March 2022
More use of coal-fired power is likely in the short term, while new North Sea projects are not the answer, ETC chair Adair Turner tells Transition Economist
Neptune says CCS can take it beyond net-zero by 2030
2 March 2022
UK-based independent oil and gas producer says CCS capacity can exceed scope one and three emissions by end of decade
Dutch oil and gas sector drafting energy transition pledge
1 March 2022
The Netherlands wants to be the cleanest place in the world to produce offshore gas and to play its part in the energy transition by leading CCS and hydrogen projects, says chairman of Dutch oil and gas lobby group
Geothermal could power North Sea industry
22 November 2021
Legacy oil and gas fields can be repurposed to power offshore oil and gas operations, say academics and specialists
UK oil and gas could miss 2030 emissions reduction target – OGA
18 October 2021
Regulator urges industry to ramp up efforts to electrify infrastructure and stop routine flaring to meet 50pc emissions target
Aggregation holds key for UKCS offshore electrification
31 March 2021
Midstream firm says demand needs to be pooled to justify investment
UK to support North Sea oil and gas transition
26 March 2021
State and industry to co-invest up to £16bn in developing hydrogen, CCUS and offshore electrification
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