Revealed: The insurance players entangled in North Sea oil
Fifteen insurance giants were accused of “threatening people’s futures”, after The Ferret revealed their involvement in underwriting North Sea oil fields.
Insurance brokers accused of “working in service” of oil industry
Brokers based in London are introducing clients to a controversial Bermudian insurer which was set up by the oil industry.
Revealed: The Bermuda-based firm crucial to new North Sea oil
A firm in Bermuda is providing insurance coverage to companies behind two of the biggest and most controversial new oil fields in the North Sea.
UN climate czar Carney’s firm involved in North Sea oil field bid
The UN climate envoy, Mark Carney, is a senior leader at an investment firm which owns a key piece of infrastructure set to be used at the Rosebank oil field.
Two insurance companies rule out covering new North Sea fields
Campaigners argued that the insurance companies had recognised that allowing "new fields to proceed goes against climate science".
New Cambo owner on UN blacklist for doing business in the West Bank
Firm which owns the Cambo oil field is on a United Nations blacklist for doing business in Israeli-occupied West Bank settlements,
Edinburgh investment firms funding new ‘climate destroying’ projects in North Sea
Two Edinburgh-based investment firms are shareholders in an energy company which plans to develop two of the largest untapped oil fields in the UK North Sea.
Beyond Cambo: 1bn tonnes of pollution in UK oil and gas pipeline
29 new oil and gas projects in the UK North Sea could cause one billion tonnes of emissions despite the pausing of the Cambo oil field.
Cambo oil plan is ‘uneconomic’, say experts
The plan to drill for oil deep under the sea at Cambo, north west of Shetland, is “uneconomic” and would breach international targets to cut climate pollution.