Energy Pathfinder

Energy Pathfinder (previously known as Oil & Gas Pathfinder) provides a real-time view of energy projects including decommissioning on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). It has recently been expanded to include activity to support the energy transition including Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).

We have listened to industry and understand early information about emerging projects is helpful. As a result, Energy Pathfinder provides visibility of activity for new oil and gas field developments, decommissioning and projects to support the energy transition e.g. CCS on the UKCS.

Energy Pathfinder information includes the location, type of development, and timings of business opportunities. It supplies contact details within companies and increases visibility to the contracting community. Operators will also provide details of upcoming tenders as well as opportunities for the supply chain to offer solutions to aid their project delivery.

The industry is supportive of Energy Pathfinder, as are influential industry bodies that find it useful for the supply chain to plan ahead and be in a more competitive position to win a share of UKCS contracts.

The system is designed to provide general information only. While every effort is made to ensure the information provided is accurate, it does not constitute legal or professional advice.

Click on the button below to open Energy Pathfinder.

November 2021 events

We  delivered presentations at two events in November 2021 on Energy Pathfinder’s role in helping the UK supply chain support Energy Transition activities. This video was shown at both events, the first of which takes place at Scotland's Climate Ambition Zone, while the second is being hosted by NOF


Enhanced Pathfinder launch event - 13 May 2021

On 13 May we held a virtual launch event with over 100 attendees present. The video that was shown as part of the launch event is available to view below.  

A recording of the event can also be viewed below:

Energy Pathfinder Guidance for Operator Portal