The Crown Estate has been cleared to sign lease agreements for more than 8 gigawatts (GW) of new fixed-bottom offshore wind projects off England and Wales as part of Leasing Round 4.
Shell (LON: SHEL) is preparing to drill the latest in a series of Bond-themed prospects with its Orlov exploration well next month, as it looks to reverse a series of North Sea disappointments.
The UK government has launched a “transformational” review into the nation’s electricity market, which could see sweeping reforms to electricity pricing, procurement and storage.
Moscow again rejected additional gas-pipeline space offered by Ukraine, keeping European buyers guessing as future flows on the key Nord Stream route also remain uncertain.
Shell’s North Sea boss says the company hopes to complete its move to new offices at the prestigious Silver Fin building in Aberdeen by the end of the year, amid plans for an urban garden and parking refurbishment.
New analysis of the global helicopter services sector shows a return to pre-pandemic levels of activity, but warns a shortage of aircraft and parts will likely mean an increase in prices.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has confirmed its multi-million pound lease for office space in the prestigious Marischal Square building in Aberdeen.
ASCO has been awarded a five-year contract extension to provide Equinor with logistics and quayside services from its Peterhead base.
Completions specialist Vulcan has continued its expansion into the Asia-Pacific market, having secured a new contract that will see it deploy equipment to Brunei for the first time.
OPEC producers will need to pump crude at the fastest pace in five years in 2023 if they are to balance oil supply and demand. Capacity constraints suggest they may struggle.
Aibel has secured contracts to engineer and build two converter platforms for the Hornsea 3 offshore wind project in the UK North Sea with developer Ørsted.
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The second report from Scotland’s Just Transition Commission (JTC) presses the importance of workforce planning, transmission reform and an energy roadmap, as a “perfect storm” threatens progress.
Europe will face a tough winter with even higher energy costs, Shell Plc’s Chief Executive Officer Ben van Beurden said Thursday.
Subsea energy storage and technology firm Verlume has moved to a larger operations facility in Aberdeenshire as it looks to scale up manufacturing capacity and take on new staff.
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Aberdeen City Council has made clear it will have the final say over any proposed changes to memorial gardens in Aberdeen, as it consults with survivors and families affected by the Piper Alpha disaster.
A decommissioned North Sea platform was finally brought ashore in Weston-super-Mare on Wednesday, ready to begin a new lease of life as the “SEE Monster” art installation.
Equinor will only install seven of the 11 floating wind turbines planned for its Hywind Tampen project this year, as supply chain issues force commissioning to be pushed back.
Germany is in negotiations with some of the world’s top liquefied natural gas suppliers, including energy giant Shell, to replace Russian fuel with alternative supplies.
The North Sea regulator’s supply chain and decommissioning head, Stuart Payne, will succeed outgoing chief executive Dr Andy Samuel at the end of this year.
Mainstream Renewable Power and Aker Offshore Wind have signed a merger agreement with a view to creating a “global renewable energy major.”
Equinor has signed an agreement to buy 100% of US-based battery storage developer East Point Energy, marking its first play in the US power market.
Russia’s shunned Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline won a legal boost in its pre-war challenge against European Union rules that subjected all new and existing pipelines involving foreign suppliers to the EU’s energy market-opening requirements, after the bloc’s top court said its appeal can be heard.