Blame for a perceived shortfall in Scottish renewable energy jobs in the north-east has been laid at the feet of government by the country's trade union body.
A Scottish tidal firm has scooped £1 million worth of funding from the country's Energy Investment Fund (EIF).
A troubled turbine firm with a major Scottish Highland wind farm contract has been saved thanks to a multi-million loan.
Police have confirmed that the discovery of a suspicious package near the Sullom Voe oil and gas terminal was a "false alarm".
Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem has announced bumper revenues for the first quarter of 2019.
A court in Nigeria ordered the arrest of two former ministers and others allegedly connected with illegal payments leading to the 2011 acquisition of what is considered one of the biggest oil fields in the West African country.
Malaysian firm Hibiscus Petroleum has given clarity on a health and safety prohibition notice served to Petrofac.
Orkney renewables supply chain firm Leask Marine has announced it has won US offshore supplier accreditation.
Serica Energy has reported a growth in profits for 2018.
UK oil and gas firm Hurricane Energy has announced it has spudded its first well at Warwick Deep, west of Shetland.
An energy employment expert has been headhunted from a rival company by global law firm Pinsent Masons.
Drax Group has announced it will appoint a new non-executive director.
German turbine firm Senvion has seen its share price dramatically tumble over news that it may be about to go bust.
The proposed 12-turbine Mossy Hill wind farm on the outskirts of Lerwick has been given the green light by Shetland Islands Council’s planning committee.
North-east engineering firm SengS has announced the appointment of a new managing director.
German chancellor Angela Merkel has officially opened Equinor's 60-turbine Arkona offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s London headquarters suffered thousands of dollars’ worth of damage after climate-change protesters smashed doors and glued their hands to windows.
Schlumberger’s board is leaning toward picking chief operating officer Olivier Le Peuch to become its next chief executive officer, according to a person familiar with the matter.
A “significant” percentage of women are opting out of the offshore energy sector in Aberdeen, despite an industry push to boost numbers.
Oil major Premier Oil has announced a further well test success at its Zama discovery off the coast of Mexico.
Oilfield services firm Petrofac has confirmed it lodged an appeal against a prohibition notice served to one of its floating production vessels.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall has confirmed it will table an extension application with the Scottish Government for the Aberdeen Bay project this week.
Oilfield wastewater disposal volumes are expected to double in the Permian Basin within the next two to three years, a new analysis from global energy intelligence firm Wood Mackenzie shows.
The operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant has begun removing fuel from a cooling pool at one of three reactors that melted down in the 2011 tsunami disaster.
Anadarko Petroleum Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Al Walker may not have a role once his company is purchased by Chevron Corp., but he will have some money.