2024-03-01
http://w3.windfair.us/wind-energy/news/45390-robert-gordon-university-aberdeen-energy-job-report-energy-transition-offshore-uk-workforce-fossil-oil-gas-renewables

Report: UK offshore energy workforce can increase by up to 50%

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The analysis shows that there is a workforce ‘goldilocks zone’ between 2024 and 2028 when the UK supply chain capacity and capability can be sustained, developed and invested in, so that the transferability of the offshore energy workforce is optimised.

Official Press Release Robert Gordon University Aberdeen:

New report shows the clock is ticking for energy jobs

A new report by Robert Gordon University has found that the UK offshore energy workforce can increase by up to 50% from over 150,000 in 2023 to 225,000 by the end of the decade with new renewable jobs outnumbering oil and gas roles if a successful transition is achieved.

However, the new Powering up the Workforce report also warns that if the rate of investment and activity in renewables in the UK does not increase significantly, at a time when oil and gas activities are in rapid decline, then up to 95,000 potential offshore energy jobs will be at risk. Retaining the offshore oil and gas supply chain, its workforce and associated skills over the next five years will be crucial. This is because there continues to be limited capacity for the UK offshore... ... More: Official Press Release Robert Gordon University Aberdeen

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