North Sea operators will deliver 'near-record' cash margins in 2022, according to Wood Mackenzie, amid higher oil and gas prices and following 'brutal' cuts of previous downturns.
Sweden’s Echandia, which specialises in developing low-emissions technology for maritime applications, is to open a UK office in Aberdeen.
Sevan SSP has announced that its concept has been chosen for the Equinor-operated Wisting field in the Barents Sea.
Island Drilling has secured a new contract with services group Petrofac to conduct a workover on Tailwind Energy’s Orlando field next year.
Global oil and gas discoveries are on track to hit their lowest full-year level in 75 years if the final weeks of 2021 fail to yield any significant finds, according to analysis from Rystad Energy.
Developer Renewable Energy Systems (RES) has been granted planning permission for the proposed 90-MW Llanbrynmair wind farm in Powys, mid-Wales, after more than a decade of legal challenges.
Equinor will drill about 25 exploration wells off Norway’s coast next year in a bet that it will be among the last companies still producing oil and gas when the world has achieved net-zero emissions.
The third instalment of Energy Voice’s Gigawaters podcast explores the futuristic technology that will support Scotland’s offshore wind sector, as guests talk artificial intelligence and robotics, and the innovative companies and individuals hoping to bring them to the market.
More than a third of voters think the SNP-Green coalition will have a negative impact on the north-east of Scotland, a new study suggests.
UK governing body Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning (OPRED) has announced the appointment of its chief executive.
Aberdeen-based excavation provider Rotech Subsea has completed a programme of cable IRM works at a key offshore wind farm in the Netherlands.
All of us who live in north-east of Scotland are acutely aware how reliant our economy has been on a world-class oil and gas sector.
Aker Solutions and AF Gruppen have terminated a proposed merger of their decommissioning operations in a major deal announced earlier this year.
Equinor and Engie have announced the start of a joint project to develop low-carbon hydrogen production from natural gas in Belgium, dubbed H2BE.
Aker Offshore Wind and Ocean Winds have promised a £235 million early investment package to support Scotland’s renewable energy supply chain, as part of their joint bids for the ScotWind offshore leasing round.
A consortium comprised of Ørsted, Falck Renewables and BlueFloat Energy have announced a tie-up with Energy Skills Partnership Scotland (ESP) to help provide the workforce required to construct floating wind farms in Scotland.
European Union leaders failed to reach a deal on how to react to the unprecedented gas crisis that sent energy prices to record levels after Poland and the Czech Republic demanded stronger action to cap the costs of pollution.
Industrial services giant Altrad said a significant pipeline of work would see it expand its UK headcount next year, amid a North Sea staff resurgence and plans to continue a run of acquisitions.
Environmental services provider Lucion Group has acquired Aberdeen Radiation Protection Services (ARPS), in a strategic deal aimed at bolstering the company’s presence in Scotland.
DEME Offshore has secured an EPCI contract to supply and lay inter-array cables at the third phase of the Dogger Bank offshore wind farm.
A new report from risk assurance group DNV finds that offshore wind will be the primary driver in competition for ocean space, but overall marine investment will fall as reduced oil and gas expenditure is not offset by growth from other sectors.
Having secured assurance from the OGA, Orcadian Energy is now working to progress a low-carbon field development plan for its flagship Pilot field, with a view to bringing partners in 2022.
Oceaneering has pioneered the UK’s first onshore remote piloting ROV operation, monitoring drilling operations at BP’s Clair Ridge during summer 2021.
Energy developer RWE has launched a new supply chain portal, aimed at helping Scottish companies maximise opportunities in the renewables industry.
The UK Government’s decision to put the Acorn project on a reserve list offers “no advantage”, says a world-leading carbon capture expert.