All articles by Sam Tabahriti

Sam Tabahriti

Oil spill prompts investigation by California justice department

Following a spill off the cost of Huntington Beach earlier this month, California’s justice department launched an investigation.

Aker BP spuds North Sea prospect with Maersk jack-up rig

The spud follows Aker BP being granted a drilling permit for two wells in the North Sea, offshore Norway.

The call for a greener environment: is the world ready?

The world needs technology and strong policy to move in a new, environmentally friendly direction, but will they accept it?

Chevron commits to net zero by 2050

Chevron has committed to net-zero scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2050, following increased pressure from investors and governments.

Greenpeace to appeal before Supreme Court after losing BP case

A Scottish court handed BP a win over Greenpeace after the environmental group brought legal actions over drilling in the Vorlich oil field.

‘Predicting the future’ is essential to prevent damages to offshore structures

Pollution and inclement weather can lead to damaged offshore facilities. We speak to Dr Luke Prendergast about protecting such structures.

OGUK warns North Sea supplies need to be maintained

The UK trade body’s warnings follow the global gas shortage that sent prices surging in the past weeks.

Putin offers to stabilise global energy prices

UK gas prices have surged to fresh record highs today of up to almost 40%, before falling back, after Russia’s offer.

Crude oil leaks at Marathon refinery in Texas City

A crude oil leak at the Marathon Galveston Bay Refinery in Texas City has led to the closure of nearby roads.

Calls for offshore drilling ban after major oil spill off California coast

At least 126,000 gallons of crude oil has spilled into the ocean off the coast of California, fouling popular beaches and killing wildlife.