Oil and gas giants’ carbon projections ‘incompatible with Paris Agreement’

bp, Shell and Equinor’s climate scenarios don’t keep temperature rises to 1.5°C, researchers claim

‘World’s largest’ offshore windfarm off the ground

The campaign to install 277 turbine foundation monopiles across three phases of Dogger Bank Wind Farm has begun

SSE and Equinor to buy Triton Power for £341m in low carbon drive

They will jointly own and run Triton Power – which operates the 1.2GW combined cycle gas turbine Saltend Power Station in East Yorkshire – on a 50:50 basis

Equinor seeks £16.4m government funding for second Humber hydrogen project

The project could deliver 18% of the government’s target for 10GW of hydrogen production capacity by 2030

Equinor and partners mull 1GW floating offshore wind farm to power oil fields

Located around 65 kilometres west of Bergen in the Troll and Oseberg fields, Trollvind would supply around 4.3TWh of electricity a year to the offshore fields through on onshore connection point

New carbon capture project could give UK economy £1.2bn boost

SSE Thermal and Equinor are working together on the Peterhead power station

Humber carbon capture project to give economy £1.2bn boost

Keadby 3 could become the UK’s first power station equipped with carbon capture capabilities

Equinor commits to net zero by 2050

It has published a new energy transition plan to help achieve this aim

Equinor and Naturgy team up for Spanish offshore wind licence

They are jointly assessing the opportunity to develop and build a floating offshore wind project by participating in Spain’s first offshore wind auction

SSE and Equinor submit plans for carbon capture plant in Peterhead

The new plant could capture an average of one and a half million tonnes of CO2 a year, which would represent at least 5% of the UK Government’s 2030 target for carbon capture and storage