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Climate campaigners intend to hold protests at the UK offices of energy giant Equinor (OSLO:EQNR) and the Norwegian embassy ahead of what are expected to be a further set of record profits.
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Is the North Sea getting to grips with ESG?
Despite being the oil capital of Europe, Aberdeen could not previously accommodate jackup rigs or FPSOs due to water depths - but now that option is on the table.
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From German bombs to Roman anchors, as more offshore energy infrastructure is built the history of the North Sea is colliding with its future.
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CHC UK operations director, Harry Bos, speaks about his life before the North Sea and the plan for his firm in 2023.
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IOG has suspended operations at its A2 well on the Southwark field after remediation work failed to boost production rates, prompting another fall in its stock price.
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The continual clamour to stop fossil fuel production is both powerful and persuasive. But should this heartfelt passion for net zero trump the dull pragmatism of energy supply? What will the journey to net zero really look like?
The Scottish and UK Governments have been called upon to create a long-term energy plan to ensure a ‘viable’ drilling sector remains.
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The renowned UK subsea industry has lost 20% of its capability due to recent oil downturns, according to a membership body - and there's an urgent need for joined-up thinking to deliver on the "tsunami" of energy transition opportunity ahead.
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