Industry Feedback on the UK CCS Network Code

The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has published Indicative Heads of Terms for a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Network Code. The intent is to generate a single code, which sets out the commercial and technical rules and arrangements between T&SCos and Users, and between individual T&SCos. The draft has been prepared Read the full article…


Repurpose, Reduce Waste, Accelerate Energy Transition

The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) is piloting a new approach as part of its work with industry to overcome barriers to ensure that oil and gas assets enable energy transition. In this instance, opportunities relate to the repurposing of terminals, platforms, subsea structures and wells, for use in CCUS, offshore hydrogen and offshore renewables. Read the full article…


The UKCS – A National Asset

The UKCS has been an extraordinary national asset for half a century, providing a stable domestic supply of oil and gas, which in turn has generated £375 billion in tax revenue. Whilst domestic demand exists, it can continue to support home-grown energy production, provide energy security and support the economy. The North Sea in particular Read the full article…