Zero Carbon Humber project expands as eleven energy and industry companies form a consortium to develop a decarbonised industrial cluster.
A collection of oil and gas majors are to launch a carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) “anchor project” as part of Net Zero Teesside.
Drax, Equinor and National Grid’s Ventures arm have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to collaborate on zero-carbon power stations in the UK.
Norwegian utility Equinor has joined the board of energy tech firm Reactive Technologies as a strategic investor.
Equinor, the energy major formerly known as Statoil, has acquired power and gas trading firm Danske Commodities for €400 million (£350 million).
Statoil has announced it is to rebrand itself as Equinor as the Norwegian energy giant looks to ditch connotations with fossil fuels.