The Scottish manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) is understood to be on the brink of collapse with bosses considering calling in administrators.
The owner of troubled Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) has accused the Scottish Government of failing to deliver the financial support it promised when it took over the company.
An investigation has been launched after a cover hatch failure resulted in a vessel taking on water at a BP-operated field located west of Shetland.
Energy regulator Ofgem has approved a huge power link cable from the Shetland Isles to the Scottish mainland.
The UK boss of Aker Solutions will represent North Sea contractors as part of a reshuffle within the board of representative body Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
An Aberdeen engineering firm is set to share in a £1.4 million pot to drive efficiency and bring down the cost of wave power.
The boss of the Kincardine Offshore Floating Wind Farm has said he is “hopeful” that the project will meet its operational timeline, despite delay roadblocks thrown up by the Covid-19 pandemic.
“Crippling” business rate demand letters totalling hundreds of thousands of pounds could be set to “kill off” a number of struggling Aberdeen commercial property firms.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has completed preliminary engineering design services work for gas distribution operator SGN at its Machrihanish site, on the west coast of Scotland.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) and the Aberdeen Renewables Energy Group (AREG) have agreed terms to form a “closer relationship” on the North Sea energy transition.
A new report has claimed Scotland’s coastlines hold the “most attractive sites” for UK floating wind as the technology is set to explode over the next 20 years.
The UK Government has said it will relax planning legislation to make it easier for companies to construct "bigger" batteries for the storage of renewable energy from solar and wind farms across the UK.
An Aberdeen man has been found guilty of conspiracy to give corrupt payments in a Unaoil bribery case that has rumbled on for more than four years.
The global offshore wind sector saw a huge financing surge of around £27 billion in the first half of 2020, despite the threat posed to the energy sector by the coronavirus pandemic.
An Aberdeen North Sea rentals firm has been ordered to axe around 20 staff despite the firm showing increased profits during the coronavirus pandemic.
A “more diversified” Chrysaor could still be producing 200,000 barrels of oil a day in 2040, according to the firm’s North Sea boss.
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Crown Estate Scotland’s (CES's) announcement of an offshore wind leasing round has caused great excitement around the Scottish coast, reflected in comments from communities standing to benefit.
Oil in New York is heading for a weekly decline as surging coronavirus cases raised fresh concerns about demand, while the market is continuing to grapple with ample supply.
Each year, Britain’s oil refineries send millions of barrels of surplus gasoline across the Atlantic to fuel America’s cars. The vital export trade appears to have stopped in June.
When Covid-19 gripped the UK North Sea oil industry, there was only one way for helicopter operators to manage the crisis – take it hour by hour, day by day.
A proposed North Sea offshore wind farm project has posted multi-million pound losses despite being years away from construction.
Politians and union bosses have hit out at Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Job Retention Bonus scheme, with some claiming it does “little to nothing” to affect growing North Sea job losses.
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Hurricane Energy has warned a “material downgrade” is possible to its 2.6billion barrel contingent resources following a technical review of its operations.