bp and BASF partner for carbon capture in Teesside project

bp has selected BASF’s technology for carbon capture in its H2Teesside blue hydrogen project

Green hydrogen project on Teesside moves forward

With production set to begin in 2026, HyGreen Teesside is on track to be among the UK’s largest green hydrogen facilities

Hydrogen to play limited role in future heat scenarios, says bp

bp states that hydrogen will have a limited role in future heat scenarios, as heat pumps prove to be more efficient in reducing energy demand for heating

Church of England divests from oil majors due to climate concerns

The Church of England Pensions Board has announced its decision to disinvest from Shell and other oil and gas companies that “lack sufficient ambition to decarbonise”

UK shortlists 860MW low carbon gas plant for funding

The government has earmarked eight projects that could receive state support – varying from hydrogen to low carbon

Scottish offshore wind winners announced

Crown Estate Scotland has selected 13 companies to share an investment of close to £260m

King meets energy industry leaders

The private meeting this week is expected to boost the King’s knowledge on clean energy ahead of a state visit

bp to build 2GW hydrogen hub in Spain

Aside from decarbonising its refinery, the green hydrogen produced will be used by industry across Valencia

bp reduces climate targets after record profits

Following £23bn in profits, it has reduced the carbon emissions targets set for 2030 to invest in more oil and gas

‘Ukraine War accelerating renewable push’

Countries will look to produce energy domestically, as security concerns grow – a report claims