Statoil said today that an oil rig project under development with Aker Solutions has overshot its budget and target weight.
Brent crude futures fell below $102 per barrel today over fears that oil demand from China may fall, as the dollar remains strong.
Four of Scotland’s largest renewable firms said today they had teamed up with the Scottish Government and environmental organisations to better understand the effect of wind turbines on the bird population in Scotland.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey said yesterday £29billion worth of investment had been announced for spending on UK renewable energy projects since 2010.
The Edinburgh-based Green Investment Bank (GIB) will be involved in a £10million investment into biomass boiler firm Roundwood.
Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing said yesterday at All-Energy 2013 that the next step for renewables would depend on the UK Government's plan for energy reform.
A renewable-energy leader yesterday stressed the importance of accurately valuing projects to ensure investor confidence.
Scottish Energy Minister Fergus Ewing used All-Energy to relaunch the Scottish Government's £18million marine renewables commercialisation fund (MRCF) to only support wavepower projects across the country.
A new offshore wind institute will be launched today by three Scottish universities to help develop the sector in the North Sea.
Highland biomass heat specialist HWEnergy (HWE) said yesterday it had won a £2million contract to provide heating systems to 10 NHS Highland sites this year.
All-Energy is providing a showcase for renewable energy firms from across the north and north-east.
Oil and gas firm Talisman Energy said today oil production had started from its Hai Su Trang and Hai Su Den (HST/HSD) developments, offshore Vietnam.
Xcite Energy said today it had sold technical data from two of its wells at the Bentley field for £9.9million to an undisclosed purchaser.
Solar panels are back in the headlines, this time because of perceived unfair competition by the Chinese.
It is expected that the Green Investment Bank will only be able to exercise its full borrowing powers for the initial £3billion capitalisation in 2015.
It seems that Scotland could find an answer to the problem of sourcing heat by tapping into the growing interest in geothermal energy.
Oil price fixing has come under the spotlight again as Spanish energy regulator CNE said today three oil companies may have colluded to increase fuel prices at the pump.
Irish oil and gas firm Petroceltic is to postpone its listing on the London and Irish stock exchanges until after it completes a second-farm out agreement for its Isarene permit.
Oil rig maker Lamprell said today it was on track with its debt restructuring plan, as the company recovers from a 2012 loss.
European anti-trust investigators searched the offices of price agency Platts and at least one major oil company for a third day yesterday, according to news service Reuters.
Oil and gas major BP wants Prime Minister David Cameron to intervene over escalating compensation costs in the US over the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster in 2010, according to the BBC.
Premier Oil said yesterday the first phase of its west of Shetland Solan development project had started on schedule, with drilling underway.
Energy service giant Petrofac said yesterday its net profits growth was down following January’s terrorist attacks in Algeria.
US firm Noble Energy said today they found "significant signs" of gas at an exploratory well at a new field off the coast of Israel.
Shell said today its gas supply to liquefied natural gas producer Nigeria LNG was halted yesterday morning due to reports of a leak on the Eastern Gas Gathering System pipeline in Nigeria's Rivers State.