Much oil and gas infrastructure in the North Sea is coming to the end of its life and is no longer commercially viable to run. Isabella Kaminski investigates the emergence of the offshore decommissioning industry
If Shell's plans are approved, the Brent field decommissioning project will be the biggest in the North Sea – and one of the largest in the world to date
RSPB, Greenpeace, WWF, ClientEarth and the National Trust have added their voices to the growing demand for a new law to protect the environment after Brexit
Mark Fermor, director of ESI and chair of GeoSmart Information, shares his career insights
A consultation on implementing annex II of MARPOL has been launched by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency
Discharging sewage into the Fal estuary, close to conservation areas and commercial shellfisheries, has led to another water company prosecution
Interserve Construction has been prosecuted for discharging silt-laden water into a tributary of the river Rother
Martin Griffiths: There is a steady decline in the number of professionals with much-needed environmental regulatory capability and skills but these are essential for effective industry regulation
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