A pioneering new carbon capture and storage scheme could be about to rise from the ashes of the abandoned £1billion Peterhead project.
Oil and gas service provider, Apollo, has stuck a deal with the Oil and Gas Technology Centre to introduce a data management system which will aid North Sea operators.
Households could save an average £270 a year on energy bills in 2035 with policies to drive more investment in efficiency measures such as insulation, experts said.
The Clyde windfarm extension has been given the go-ahead to begin extending its area in South Lanarkshire.
Scottish Green co-convener Patrick Harvie said the governments plans for the environment, green transport and renewable energy expansion showed the influence of his party in the minority Scottish Parliament - but he also told the SNP to go further.
Irma has topped the scales used to measure storm strength as the potentially catastrophic system churns toward Florida bringing the prospect of a back-to-back major hurricane strike on the U.S.
Hoover Ferguson Group (Hoover Ferguson), a global leader in container, accommodation, work space and packaging solutions for the energy, petrochemical and general industrial markets, announced today that it has opened a new purpose-built facility in Aberdeen, Scotland, offering market-leading tank cleaning, chemical transloading and chemical storage services.
Scottish’s minister for Banffshire and Buchan Coast, Stewart Stevenson, backs the north-east CCS project investment by the Scottish Government.
Peter Searle, CEO for workforce solutions for the energy, process and infrastructure provider, Airswift, also believes that uncertainty around Brexit ‘discourages overseas investment’.
Russian President responds to heightened scrutiny over energy connections with Pyongyang.
Britain’s electricity supply could be hit if the Government leaves Euratom without new measures being put in place, a leading industry body has warned.
Energy Industries Council reveals EICAssetMap, a business development tool able to pinpoint any energy facility location in the UK.
Asco Group has got SPE Offshore Europe work off to a cracking start by announcing a string of new contracts worth a total of £50million in its 50th year.
North-east oil service company ThinJack said yesterday it had secured deals worth more than £600,000 since April.
The secret to switching the global energy system entirely to renewables may lay in the universe’s most abundant substance.
One of this years Offshore Europe exhibitors, Marks & Clerk asked their Aberdeen managing partner, Andrew Docherty, what he believes Scotland’s energy sector must do to remain significant in the current downturn.
Tens of thousands of people have arrived in Aberdeen for a major oil and gas conference, boosting many local businesses.
Oilfield services company Expro has secured a five-year deal to carry out work on Repsol Sinopec's North Sea assets.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) has approved £12million worth of investment since it opened seven months ago.
A new voice and data communications system will be debuted by, Cohort owned company, SEA this week at Offshore Europe.
The clean-up and salvage mission in Houston, Texas continues today with the removal of a sunken drydock in an industrial region of the Houston Shipping Channel, close to the city’s major oil refineries and petrochemical plants.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has said that it believes there is no need for a coordinated international oil stock release after the market disruption by Hurricane Harvey.
Hurricane Harvey’s crushing blow to the U.S. energy industry reveals just how dependent Mexico has become on natural gas from its northern neighbor.
Urine has proved a useful fuel to power lighting in rural Africa.
Around 800,000 households will be fitted with a panel over the next five years, with over 40 local authorities and other landlords already signed up to the programme.