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UKIFDA submits views on Scottish Commission’s work plan

Guy Pulham

Ahead of the set-up of Consumer Scotland in late 2021, UKIFDA has submitted its views on the Scottish Government consultation on the Energy Consumers Commission’s first work plan covering 2020-2021. The consultation asked for views on the aims of the Read more »


BP energy outlook suggests global oil demand may have peaked

This year’s influential annual energy outlook from BP, published at the start of BP Energy Week, suggests peak oil demand may have already been reached last year. This marks a dramatic shift from last year when the base case expected Read more »


BP to cut 10,000 jobs as virus hits demand for oil

BP has announced plans to cut 10,000 jobs worldwide following the global slump in demand for oil. Having paused redundancies during the peak of the pandemic the CEO of the oil giant told staff at the start of this week Read more »


Training boost for UK energy sector

In a move that could be viewed as a bellwether for the UK’s energy sector, leading training centres Survivex, in Aberdeen, and AIS Training, in Newcastle, reopened this week after enforced closure due to coronavirus. As part of 3T Energy Read more »