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From oil rigs to carbon storage: a personal account of working in the energy transition

With Britain heading for a net zero economy by 2050, what is it like to be working in the energy sector as the UK transitions to a renewable future? Equinor employee, Dr Peter McFadzean discusses his transition from Oil and Gas to Carbon Capture and Storage solutions.

The collaborative energy transition in the UK

The UK’s climate change targets require a coordinated transition to reach net zero by 2050. For Britain to become a low carbon economy, businesses and government must work together.

Hydrogen in the Humber: decarbonising the UK’s largest industrial emitter of CO2

The Humber region is the UK’s largest emitter of CO2, with 37 per cent of CO2 emissions from the UK’s six largest industrial clusters coming from the Humber. Equinor and the Zero Carbon Humber partnership aims to build the world's first net zero industrial cluster by introducing a new Hydrogen economy to the region.