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Majority of UK offshore workforce to be delivering low carbon energy by 2030

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UK offshore workforce projections report from Robert Gordon University.

Offshore energy to create 200k jobs by 2030 - Energy Live News

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Offshore energy to create 200k jobs by 2030
An estimated £170bn will be invested in the UK offshore energy sector over the next ten years, according to a new report
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The UK’s offshore energy sector is set to see significant growth in the coming years, as nearly 200,000 workers will be required by 2030.
That’s according to a new report by the Robert Gordon University, which estimates £170 billion of investments will be made in the sector in the next ten years.
The research reveals roles in renewables are set to climb from a 20% share to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector, which includes oil and gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage and hydrogen.

More than 200,000 could be working in offshore energy by end of 2030 – report

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A review of the sector forecast jobs could increase to 220,000 in the best case scenario – though ‘reduced ambition’ could see a fall in…

UK's offshore energy workforce 'could reach 220,000 by 2023'

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With around 160,000 people currently directly and indirectly employed in the UK offshore energy sector, it is being predicted that this could grow to 200,000 or even 220,000 in the best-case scenario.
The report also predicts that an estimated £170 billion could be invested in capital and operating activities in the UK offshore energy sector between 2021 and 2030 – with this taking in spending on oil and gas, offshore wind, CCUS and hydrogen.
But it warned that factors such as “reduced ambition” could see the workforce in the sector drop to 140,000 by 2030.
As a result, the report said: "It is key that UK and devolved governments work together with the offshore energy sector to ensure the managed transition of skills and experience in a way that protects and sustains key UK energy jobs."

Majority of offshore workforce 'in low carbon energy roles by 2030'

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A report says roles in areas like offshore wind and carbon capture could account for two thirds of jobs by 2030.

The North Sea Green Energy Can Possibly Overtake Oil and Gas by 2030

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Over the next decade, the North Sea's fast-growing renewable energy sector will overshadow the UK's half-century history as a leading offshore oil and gas center.

Majority of UK offshore workforce to be delivering low carbon energy by 2030


Professor Paul de Leeuw, Director of the Energy Transition Institute at Robert Gordon University
A new UK Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review by Robert Gordon University (RGU) highlights that the offshore energy workforce mix will change significantly in the next 10 years, with roles in decarbonised energies projected to increase from 20% to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector (oil & gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage and hydrogen). 
The Review also indicates that over 90% of the UK’s oil and gas workforce have medium to high skills transferability and are well positioned to work in adjacent energy sectors. 

UK: Majority of UK offshore workforce to be delivering low carbon energy by 2030


UK: Majority of UK offshore workforce to be delivering low carbon energy by 2030 - RGU
25 May 2021
A new
Robert Gordon University (RGU) highlights that the offshore energy workforce mix will change significantly in the next 10 years, with roles in decarbonised energies projected to increase from 20% to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector (oil & gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage and hydrogen). 
The Review also indicates that over 90% of the UK’s oil and gas workforce have medium to high skills transferability and are well positioned to work in adjacent energy sectors. 
The opportunities for the UK energy supply chain and for jobs are significant, with over £170 billion investment to be made in capital and operating activities in the UK offshore energy sector over the next ten years.  The Review shows that around 200,000 skilled people are expected to be required in the UK offshore energy industry to ensure delivery in 2030. However, it also highlights the consequences of not delivering the ambitions set by governments and industry and the associated impact on jobs. 

RGU releases research on UK offshore energy workforce

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A new UK Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review by Robert Gordon University (RGU) highlights that the offshore energy workforce mix will change significantly in the next 10 years, with roles in decarbonised energies projected to increase from 20% to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector (oil & gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilisation and storage, and hydrogen).
The Review also indicates that over 90% of the UK’s oil and gas workforce have medium to high skills transferability and are well positioned to work in adjacent energy sectors.
The opportunities for the UK energy supply chain and for jobs are significant, with over £170 billion investment to be made in capital and operating activities in the UK offshore energy sector over the next 10 years. The Review shows that around 200 000 skilled people are expected to be required in the UK offshore energy industry to ensure delivery in 2030. However, it also highlights the consequences of not delivering the ambitions set by governments and industry and the associated impact on jobs.

More than 200,000 could be working in offshore energy by end of 2030 – report

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The number of workers in the UK’s offshore energy sector could increase to as much as 220,000 by the end of this decade, a new report has claimed.
It also found that for the UK to meet its target of producing 40 gigawatts of energy from offshore wind by 2030, 2,500 new wind turbines would need to be installed by then – the equivalent of one new turbine each week day for the next nine years.
The figures were revealed in a new review of the offshore energy sector in the UK produced by experts at Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University.
As well as forecasting a possible increase in the workforce, it suggested roles in “decarbonised energies” – such as offshore wind and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) – would increase from just a fifth of jobs currently to almost two thirds (65%) by 2030.

Eurovision 2019: The best gaffes, blunders and awkward moments from the song contest's hosts


Eurovision 2019: The best gaffes, blunders and awkward moments from the song contest’s hosts
Joe Sommerlad
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The final of the 2021 Eurovision Song Contest will take place in Rotterdam on Saturday 22 May.
One of the joys of the competition over the years has been the many gaffes and blunders to strike the show, a major peril of live broadcasting.
From performers falling over to quite literal mic drops, technical hitches, blackouts and backing track fails, the Grand Final in particular is fraught with potential embarrassment, much of which leaves the presenters badly exposed.
In 1981, Irish host Doireann Ni Bhriain was unable to reach Yugosalvia’s spokeswoman, Helga Vlahovic, when contacting her for their scorecard and was left to pick up the pieces when Ms Vlahovic suddenly appeared on the line to admit: “I don’t have it!”

U.K. oil industry may reach CO2 neutrality before gender parity

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Women Rise Higher At Shell | Global Finance Magazine

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Women Rise Higher At Shell
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January 07, 2021
Stacie Pitts is set to become the most powerful woman in a world of men. Royal Dutch Shell, the largest global oil and gas global trader, has promoted Pitts—now general manager of global gasoline—to lead its crude-oil trading business. According to Bloomberg, which broke the story, Pitts will oversee buying and selling some eight million barrels of oil a day: enough to cover the entire demand of Italy, France, Spain, Germany and the UK.
Shell has elevated two other women to senior trading roles as well: Carolyn Comer, currently vice president of downstream strategy and portfolio; and Alice Acuna, who will be the new chief of liquefied natural gas trading. A fourth woman will be taking on a senior position: Karrie Trauth, as general manager for shipping and maritime technology.

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