Sustained investment in offshore platforms and production installations has been critical in securing the UK’s energy supply. Despite ongoing oil
The National Policy Statement for Gas Supply Infrastructure and Gas and Oil Pipelines (EN-4) (the Gas and Oil NPS) clarifies issues raised in response to the original draft of November 2009 and the revised draft of October 2010.
The approval version of the Overarching Energy NPS (EN-1) was laid before Parliament on 23 June 2011 following the conclusion of the second consultation on the revised draft in January 2011.
The United Kingdom's Department for Energy and Climate Change ("DECC") has published a draft "Carbon Plan," setting out the UK government's plan of action on climate change for the next five years.
Commercial landlords have been wrestling with the terms of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (the "CRC Scheme") since its introduction in April 2010 under the Climate Change Act 2008.
The energy industry, particularly the climate change sector, has waited with baited breath for what would be revealed in the UK Government's Comprehensive Spending Review.
OFGEM and DECC are consulting on giving developers the right to build the transmission assets needed to connect offshore wind projects and then handing those assets over to the offshore transmission owner (OFTO) on comissioning.
On July 20th 2009, the UK Department of Energy and Climate Change issued five substantial reports, each of which focuses on an issue relating to the long term future for the carbon markets.
The UK Government is currently consulting on a framework for CCS in the context of clean coal development (the Consultation).
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has published a consultation document setting out the Government's proposals and seeking views on the creation of a framework for coal-fired carbon capture and storage (CCS) equipped power plants.