Having helped global developers win acreage in some of the most significant offshore wind tenders, a new Xodus Group business line is turning its attention to new frontiers.
The developers of the Muir Mhòr floating wind project have opened a new supply chain portal, inviting potential suppliers to bid for over £12m in contracts.
The heads of Saudi Aramco and Exxon Mobil took to the stage at a major industry event Monday to voice support for the global transition to cleaner forms of energy, but one in which oil continues to play a major role for decades to come.
Global Wind Projects (GWP), of Aberdeen, is eyeing expansion after completing the first of three Irish contracts worth a total of about £8.6 million.
Subsea cables are, essentially, the arteries of offshore wind, critical to the beating heart of our energy transition.
Societe Generale is planning to halt lending to some new oil and gas projects, as part of an updated strategy unveiled on Monday.
Ithaca Energy, Hibiscus Petroleum and Caldera Petroleum have drawn up a unit operating agreement that will enable the joint development of Marigold East and West via Piper Bravo.
Norwegian seismic firms TGS and PGS have mooted plans for a merger that would create a $2.6 billion giant.
Pressure is growing for a public inquiry into the “onslaught” of windfarms and power lines earmarked for Skye.
In August 2021, the government published its UK Hydrogen Strategy which mapped out plans to achieve its hydrogen production ambition of 5GW per year by 2030. Less than a year later, it doubled this target to 10GW, with at least half of this from electrolytic hydrogen (green hydrogen).
ECITB chief executive Andrew Hockey says the group’s new three-year funding will go some way help address the 25,000 new skilled workers needed to support UK engineering projects.
Equinor has submitted a £300 million plan to the Norwegian government to develop the Eirin gas field.
The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) has confirmed the final list of companies which have accepted licences following the UK’s first ever carbon storage licensing round.
Europe could soon be awash with gas as another mild start to winter delays heating demand.
TotalEnergies, Casa dos Ventos Holding and Petrobras have signed an agreement to explore opportunities in renewable energy and low-carbon hydrogen in Brazil.
EDF Renewables UK has been awarded planning approval for three new battery sites across the UK, amounting to more than 200MW of capacity.
Expectations for North Sea platform electrification are high - but with the clock ticking, questions persist over the cost and feasibility of plugging in aging assets.
TotalEnergies is in talks to invest in renewable energy projects developed by Adani Green Energy, people familiar with the matter said, potentially marking the first public deal between the French oil giant and Gautam Adani since a short-seller leveled fraud allegations against the Indian billionaire’s business empire.
Progress on engineering plans for the redevelopment of the Greater Buchan Area (GBA) are gathering pace following selection of an FPSO.
TotalEnergies is launching a “massive” green hydrogen tender to reduce the carbon emissions of its six European refineries and two French biofuel plants as pressure mounts on the industry to fight climate change.
Liquefied natural gas workers at key Chevron sites in Western Australia have begun ramping up a campaign of industrial action in a dispute that has roiled global energy markets.
Capricorn Energy expects to have shed the majority of its UK workforce before the end of 2023, amid a pullback in North Sea and global exploration.
Holyrood wants to hear directly from oil and gas workers in the north-east as it assesses how best to manage the difficult shift from fossil fuel to renewable energy.
The Global Underwater Hub (GUH) has officially opened its new north England regional office in Newcastle upon Tyne.
BP board woke up on Wednesday facing an urgent search for a new boss, its fifth in 16 years.