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Energy firms warn of UK oil and gas dependency

Report by BBC NEWS The UK could be wholly dependent on imports of oil and gas within 15 years without political backing, the industry body has warned. Ten major oil and gas projects worth up to £3.5bn are close to starting. But Offshore Energies UK (OEUK), which represents the oil and gas industry, is warning about…

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What Are The Benefits With The SECR Scheme

SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting) might sound overwhelming, but there are several benefits to your company complying with SECR criteria. Here, we will look at what SECR is and how working with Energy Impact could help you be SECR compliant and enjoy great benefits. (more…)

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Hydraulic Fracturing – Fracking

What is Fracking? Fracking is the process of drilling into the earth creating wells and directing a high-pressure mixture of water, sand and chemicals at a rock layer in order to release the gas inside. The wells can be drilled either vertically or horizontally to release the gas. Fracking within the UK Fracking in the…

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How To Know If Your Company Requires Energy Management Consulting

There is so much to think about when running a business. One of the most pressing concerns for many organisations is energy management and how you, as a business owner or facilities manager, can gather accurate and useful data to make the right changes. Here, we will look at how you can know if your company requires…

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Guidance for SECR (Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting)

More information and guidance on SECR can be found at: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/850130/Env-reporting-guidance_inc_SECR_31March.pdf Why are companies being asked to report on energy use? The 2018 Regulations are designed to increase awareness of energy costs within organisations, provide them with data to inform adoption of energy efficiency measures and to help them to reduce their impact on climate…

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New gas field found in North Sea raising hopes of solution to UK energy crisis

Report by GB NEWS Last weekend, IOG has generated its “first gas” from its Blythe well near the coast of East Anglia. The independent energy company said gas from the well began flowing into its UK grid on Sunday. The grids are a part of its Saturn Banks project, set up to produce a new…

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Energy boss: US gas exports can ‘easily’ replace Russian

Report from BBC NEWS By Michelle Fleury North America Business correspondent, New York The US can has the natural resources to produce more natural gas, but needs more pipelines and terminals, says one energy chief executive. The global energy market has been suddenly upended by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but one energy boss says the…

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UK to phase out Russian oil imports

Report from GOV.UK The UK will phase out imports of Russian oil in response to Vladimir Putin’s illegal invasion of Ukraine by the end of the year The phasing out of imports will not be immediate, but instead allows the UK more than enough time to adjust supply chains, supporting industry and consumers. The government will…

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How smart meters can lead to more efficiency…

Report from Energy Live News A new study reveals that measuring heat loss from homes could be the answer to cutting emissions in buildings Measuring heat loss from homes with smart meters is the answer to energy efficient buildings and slashing emissions. That’s according to a new study by Loughborough University, as part of a £4…

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IEA unveils ten-point plan to reduce EU’s reliance on Russian natural gas

Report from Energy Live News Europe has called for immediate action as its gas reserves are risking reaching the lowest levels by April Europe could reduce its imports of Russian natural gas by more than one-third within a year by implementing a ten-point plan. On a media webinar, joined by ELN, the International Energy Agency…

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