Water from a disused mine that has been warmed by the earth is to be used to heat homes in a Welsh Valleys village, the Welsh Government has said.
Everyone knows the oil and gas industry has gone through a few very tough years. The North Sea was particularly susceptible being so dependent on oil and gas, with almost 200,000 people losing their jobs since the downturn began in 2014. That’s 39% of those employed in the industry out of work.
An Aberdeen-based PR company has kicked off its milestone tenth anniversary year by announcing plans to host a giant Burns Supper in the city.
With the passing of the festive season with the now traditional over indulgence in food, drink, social interaction and spending, many people are left with more than one form of ‘hang-over’.
Closer collaboration has been agreed between the UK and France on smart energy and the rollout of electric vehicles.
A new £8.2million cross-border research centre named after a leading Scottish marine energy scholar opened today at Queen’s University Belfast.
China’s crude oil production will likely extend it’s slide into a third year as state-run giants focus on pumping natural gas to meet President Xi Jinping’s drive to use more of the cleaner-burning fuel.
California-based 174 Power Global is breaking ground Thursday on the largest utility-scale solar project in Texas, the company said.
Oil held near a three-year high ahead of U.S. inventory data that’s expected to show a ninth week of crude-stockpile declines.
The offshore workers union, RMT, have hit back at UK Government report on seafarer minimum wage claiming that it will not tackle pay issues within the offshore oil and gas sector.
A Scottish-American software firm which expanded into oil production is celebrating the acquisition of two new leases in the US.
A jobs boom could see 300 jobs created at Nigg Energy Park in the Cromarty Firth if ambitious plans to diversify from the oil and gas industry to offshore renewables are given the green light.
Energy giant Shell has announced a landmark power purchase agreement partnership with British Solar Renewables (BSR) for England's largest solar farm.
The world’s power plants and transmission lines are more networked to each other and controlled via the Internet than ever before. And in that, Wall Street sees a business opportunity.
A UK Government report says that all UK seafarers must be paid fairly.
A worker aboard an offshore platform was flown to hospital last night after apparently suffering an allergic reaction to eating nuts in a biscuit.
The UK's offshore wind capacity could increase five-fold by the 2030s, cutting carbon emissions and saving on consumer bills, analysis suggests.
Analysis by data specialists McKinsey Energy Insights (MEI) has forecast that every fifth car sold globally will be electric by 2030.
Events are to be held next week in an effort to encourage more young women into the oil and gas industry.
Texas has set a new record for winter power demand in the wake of a record-breaking cold snap that gripped the state on Tuesday night, according to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, which oversees 90 percent of the state's grid.
Crude halted its biggest slide in more than a week as OPEC showed increased determination to curb production.
Shares in Rolls-Royce rose sharply on Wednesday after the engine maker announced a wide-ranging restructuring that could include a sale of its commercial marine business.
Building a new nuclear power station in Suffolk could be significantly cheaper than the near £20 billion Hinkley Point C site, the new boss of energy giant EDF Energy has said.
The C3 Wave Energy Converter (WEC) has been test installed by CorPower Ocean within the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) Scapa Flow site near Orkney, Scotland.
Post-Brexit visas could lead to the oil industry losing workers to other countries, an Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) manager has told MPs.