Norway has become the first nation on earth to allow deep-sea mineral exploration. But opening this industry could put Norway in murky legal waters.
Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea have disrupted trade between Asia and Europe – could ships cross the Arctic instead?
New UK legislation gives the wrong answer to the question of energy security.
More than a century of research shows that burning fossil fuels warms the climate – that’s exactly why granting new North Sea oil and gas licenses is a bad idea.
A thin layer of surface water has been baked by the sun.
Labour would still honour existing licenses to drill for fossil fuels.
A new documentary has tracked a Russian vessel apparently collecting data on energy and communications infrastructure in the North Sea and Baltic.
Despite once holding promise, the UK’s climate compatibility checkpoint has become a formality.
Moving entire communities threatened by rising seas isn’t as far-fetched as it sounds.
When entire sectors shut down, the demand for energy plummets.
Millions of years of on-off ice ages have left behind a mix of different sediments.
Shell’s withdrawal highlights unresolved tensions on the road to net zero.
From its inadequate safety provisions to vague wording around Native Title rights and interests, the bill leaves us wanting.
A recent report found widespread support among North Sea oil and gas workers for a career in renewable energy.
Decommissioning offshore structures is expensive and environmentally damaging – so why is it illegal to leave them where they are?
It’s a policy to help the environment, so where’s the evidence to support it?
It may be just as well the UK government scrapped its previous carbon capture competition.
Why go to all that bother when you can just half-fill the kettle?
Carbon capture is fundamentally flawed. Here’s plan B.
The case for dismantling and recycling oil rigs is far from clear cut.