The value of the Scottish Government’s multi-million stake in troubled manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFaB) has diminished, according to new figures.
The world's largest wind turbine blade has arrived in the UK for testing at the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult facility in Northumberland.
Oil giant BP has announced the start of its rollout of 400 ultra-fast electric vehicle (EV) charging-points across the UK.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has confirmed that it is to "limit" financing for oil exploration in the Arctic and Antarctica.
Electricity supplier Ure Energy has been stripped of its licence by regulator Ofgem after failing to pay into a fund when it did not source enough renewable energy.
As festivals go, TechFest is rather unusual. Rather than celebrating striking works of art or talented local musicians, it focuses on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (Stem).
The United States has reportedly applied to seize an Iranian supertanker detained by the Royal Navy off Gibraltar last month.
North Sea oil and gas operators have slashed offshore downtime by more than 30%, according to a new index provided by an energy services firm.
A bizarre legal challenge is set to hold up the third UK offshore wind auction until the end of this month, according to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Energy regulator Ofgem has set a 50% target for gender equality across all levels of the energy sector by 2025.
The boss of a UK oil and gas firm hit out at a report on fracking last night claiming the the paper "amounts to erroneous conclusions".
There are a large number of 'ifs' that would need to be satisfied for a Labour government to take power in the UK with sufficient political support and time to allow it to pass the legislation required to deliver its desired renationalisation policy, against likely strong opposition from other political parties, MPs within the Labour party, stakeholders and the House of Lords and in the face of competing demands.
The boom in fracking for shale gas has "dramatically increased" global methane emissions in the past decade, a study has warned.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has announced the launch of a new drone operator training course in partnership with the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB).
An oil and gas giant has cancelled a planned visit by an MSP to its Mossmorran site while an investigation takes place, the Scottish Greens have said.
Offshore wind giant Orsted is understood to be looking at the possibility of adding an additional 180 turbines off the coat of Yorkshire with a new wind farm.
The speed of growth at Danish company Orsted will allow it to outpace other former oil firms who have transitioned to offshore wind, according to research group Macquarie.
Here’s what we know about the events beginning on Friday afternoon at around 4:52pm.
Dozens of Tories are among more than 150 MPs who have signed a letter to the Prime Minister calling on him to remove barriers to new onshore wind farms.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has agreed a multi-million deal to construct a ground-breaking new tidal turbine from its port-side facility in Dundee.
North Sea exploration firm i3 Energy has confirmed it is set to start drilling work on an appraisal well in the Liberator field in the Outer Moray Firth.
Kathleen, an executive speechwriter at Shell, shares her experience of coming out a second time when she started a new career.
Portugal has started rationing petrol as a precaution after 2,000 lorry drivers began an open-ended strike over pay, a move that comes at the height of the crucial summer tourist season and during the summer harvest.
The global market for floating production, storage and offloading vessels (FPSOs) is headed for a major renaissance, according to Rystad Energy.
Drilling activity increased substancially for the first period of 2019 thanks to a resurgence in the gas market, according to energy research firm Westwood.