Oil imports to Japan fell for the first time since 1988 in August, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) reported today.
Scottish sports performance specialist Dr Nicky Kirk describes the fuel situation on the ground in Puerto Rico as ‘like the wild west’.
Theresa May must deliver on a key election pledge to bring in an energy price cap for 17 million families, scores of Tory MPs have insisted.
The first fully electric public buses to serve Scotland’s capital have been unveiled as part of efforts to cut emissions by more than 40%.
PA Consulting Group’s latest research on autonomous vehicles (AVs) suggests that despite much hype, they are more than 10 years away from being a common sight on UK roads.
A report published by the Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency (NEAA) shows global carbon dioxide emission levels remained constant in 2016, continuing three years of stability.
Now a low-carbon energy producer, DONG Energy received the go-ahead from the Norwegian and Danish authorities to divest its remaining oil and gas business in DONG E&P to INEOS.
Iraq said Turkey agreed to deal exclusively with its central government over exports of Kurdish crude oil, a step that could disrupt shipments from the independence-seeking Kurd region.
Pen-y-Cymoedd wind farm has been formally opened today by Wales’ First Minister, Carwyn Jones.
Multinational service group Chevron announce current vice chairman of midstream and development, Michael K. Wirth, as their new chairman and chief executive officer.
Israeli gas stocks were headed for their biggest losses in more than three months after the High Court opened the door for a future lawsuit against the firms that sell fuel to the country’s largest energy consumer.
Oil rose in a bull market after data showed a surprise decline in U.S. crude stockpiles, taking OPEC and its allies closer to a goal of reducing a global glut.
Arcola Energy has delivered and installed a unique hydrogen fuel cell system, as part of an innovative energy storage project in the Orkney Islands.
Westinghouse Electric Company today re-affirmed its commitment to delivering economic benefit to the United Kingdom through the company’s Small Modular Reactor (SMR) shared design and development model - allowing the U.K. to move from buyer to global provider of SMR technology.
China’s government has ordered most North Korean-owned businesses and ventures with Chinese partners to close under UN sanctions imposed over the North’s nuclear and missile programmes, according to reports.
The share of electricity generated by renewables climbed to new highs of almost 30% between April and June, while coal power fell to record lows of just 2%, official figures show.
Figures released today indicate Scotland continues to set the agenda for renewable energy electricity production in the UK.
New report launched by the Renewable Energy Association (REA) suggests that a faster shift to electric vehicles (EVs) is possible if a stronger charging strategy is rolled out.
Leading energy and engineering employer SSE launched a video titled: ‘Women in Engineering at SSE’ in aid of International Women in Engineering Day (INWED), which commenced on an annual basis in late-June.
A feasibility study to bring a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project to the north-east has started, almost two years after the original £1billion venture was controversially shelved by the UK Government.
The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) describes the possibility of 51% purchase by US services provider Schlumberger of Russia’s Eurasia Drilling Company (EDC) as ‘a risk for the country’.
A worldwide survey involving senior leaders from oil and gas industry finds only 6% believe their companies are ‘fully up to date with their scheduled-critical maintenance’.
The UK is on course for a wet and windy spell of weather as the remnants of Hurricane Maria make their approach.
Libya’s oil output is rising again after disruptions ended at its biggest field, with production reaching about 950,000 barrels a day even as OPEC and its allied suppliers step up efforts to contain a global glut.
Oil and gas operator adds ‘stacked oil pay zones’ in the Delaware and Midland Basin areas to its growing acreage within the Permian base.