News broke this week that the government has awarded 27 new oil and gas licences - the first tranche of the 100 licences it's been talking about awarding since late last year. Here we explain what this means for UK energy production and climate targets, and why this is politics, rather than policy.
A closer look at Equinor’s global projects exposes how Norway’s state-owned oil company continues to ignore climate science, Norway’s climate and nature commitments, and the Norwegian government's expectations of state-owned companies
Rishi Sunak: Reverse your Rosebank oil field decision
Today, more than 100 organisations including leading UK nature and wildlife charities have written to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak demanding the Rosebank oilfield decision is reversed to save Britain’s struggling wildlife and climate. The groups, who together represent millions of members, include Oceana UK, the Wildlife Trusts, Whale and Dolphin Conservation and the RSPB. See the full letter.
Rosebank oil field has been approved - take action now
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Campaigners vow legal action over Rosebank oil field approval
Campaigners have reacted to the government’s decision to approve the Rosebank oil field by vowing to take legal action. The government has today given permission to Equinor, the Norwegian state-backed oil company, to develop Rosebank, which is the UK’s largest undeveloped oil and gas field off the coast of Shetland.
UK set to make a huge loss if Rosebank is approved
The UK is set to make a huge loss of over three quarters of a billion pounds if the proposed new Rosebank oil field is approved, according to new analysis by climate group Uplift.