France has joined a group of countries and states that support fixing a date to end fossil fuel exploration, putting its name to an initiative that was snubbed by the UK.
A new decommissioning steering group launched by trade body Oil & Gas UK (OGUK) will lead the sector in delivering safe and environmentally sound decommissioning, while meeting decarbonisation goals.
Aberdeen harbour has received more than £400,000 from the Department for Transport to fund a joint demonstration project aimed at providing shore power within the existing north harbour.
Energy players sign up to drive project to create a low-carbon energy hub for London and the South East.
North Star Renewables has cut steel on the first two of a hybrid-powered vessel fleet due to set sail for the Dogger Bank wind farm.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC), recruitment company Ducatus Partners and energy logistics firm Asco Group have all made key appointments to help drive forward their ambitions.
Global Energy Storage (GES) plans to develop an industrial site at Rotterdam to create storage and production capacity for a range of low-carbon fuels and chemicals.
The Crown Estate has published further details on its plans for a floating wind leasing round in the Celtic Sea, for delivery from 2030.
World leaders have been urged to help negotiators get a climate deal over the line as Cop26 entered the final 48 hours of scheduled talks.
‘Operation Zero’ bid to accelerate the decarbonisation of North Sea operations and maintenance (O&M) vessels could generate more than £4 billion for UK firms.
Aberdeen has been awarded £15m as part of a £100m Scottish Government package to advance the hydrogen economy, which could see the resource provide nearly a sixth of Scotland’s energy needs by 2030.
Academics and industry experts have teamed up to drive forward ambitions to repurpose North Sea oil and gas infrastructure for the production of geothermal energy.
The US-headquartered oil major will invest $15 billion in new and “aggressive” emissions reduction plans.
Companies including BP, Equinor, TotalEnergies and Shell make commitment to advance decarbonisation of hydrogen supplies by 2030.
The US government projected that the global oil market will become oversupplied and prices will fall by early next year, cooling expectations that the White House may tap the nation’s emergency reserves.
Boris Johnson has urged countries to "pull out all the stops" to secure action to limit dangerous global warming in the final days of COP26.
A new steering committee backed by Sir Ian Wood’s Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) has set out a vision of how 20% of the UK’s hydrogen capacity could be met by North-east Scotland by 2032.
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When retired oil tycoon Gareth Jones formed plans to transform an abandoned Aberdeen school into flats, he thought he was onto a surefire money-spinner.
Together with partner BP, the German utility is confident that investment plans for the Port of Leith and Aberdeen make for a compelling bid in the battle for ScotWind acreage.
Production at Mars and Ursa in the US Gulf of Mexico has resumed, following outages as a result of damage sustained during Hurricane Ida.
Oilfield services firm Archer has posted a pre-tax loss of around £5.6 million for the third quarter of 2021, as COVID continues to impact operations.
Speaking at a COP26 fringe event, BP climate director Jeff Swartz discussed the role of carbon offsetting in the energy major’s net zero plans.
The UK has corralled about 20 nations including the US, Canada and Italy at the COP26 climate summit to pledge to stop funding foreign fossil fuel projects, though the impact of the deal is undermined by the absence of key countries.