British regulators have granted approval for Norway’s energy company, Equinor, to develop the contentious Rosebank field in the North Sea. The Rosebank field is located just off the northwest coast of the Shetland Islands. The decision also received consent from the North Sea Transition Authority.
Equinor’s development of the Rosebank field has stirred controversy due to environmental concerns. However, the approval signifies the UK government’s support for the project, emphasizing the importance of oil and gas in safeguarding the country’s economy. The Rosebank field holds significant potential for oil and gas extraction, contributing to the energy transition and growth in the region.
This breaking news story will be updated shortly as more details emerge regarding Equinor’s plans for developing the Rosebank field and the potential implications for the UK’s energy sector.