Corporate report

Call to Action: Six months on

The report describes what we’ve done to establish the OGA as an independent regulator

This publication was withdrawn on

The Oil & Gas Authority launched a new website on 3 October 2016 to reflect its new status as a government company.

This formalises the transfer of the Secretary of State’s regulatory powers in respect of oil and gas to the OGA, and grants it new powers. This website will no longer be updated. Visitors should refer to www.ogauthority.co.uk

Documents

Call to Action: Six Months on

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OGA Overview

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Call to Action: Six Months On

The report describes what we’ve done to establish the OGA as an independent regulator, the new regulatory powers included in the Energy Bill and how the MER UK Strategy will shape the future operating environment on the UKCS. It provides an update on the actions identified in the original Call to Action Report published in February 2015, illustrates some of the positive work that has been done since then and our areas of future focus.

OGA Overview

The document provides a general overview of the OGA, its role, its people and its priorities and plans. Its describes the progress that has been made since the new regulator was created and areas of future focus.

Published 7 September 2015