Three energy firms have shelled out nearly £4 million after being called out for failings including overcharging prepayment customers and misinforming households about switching charges.
Italian oil group Eni have announced their intention to restart its Goliat oilfield in the Barents Sea within the next few days.
A new white paper has revealed that the impact of switching to electric vehicles (EVs) could have wider reaching cultural consequences such as convenience and safety.
Texas oil giant Exxon Mobil is opening its first gas stations in Mexico this week as the nation's largest oil company works to become a major Mexican fuel supplier.
The massive Zohr gas field off Egypt will come online by the end of December, marking the completion of what British energy giant BP says is one of its biggest years ever as it increasingly focuses on international natural gas projects.
Russian holding company Sistema has announced that that it has filed a lawsuit against Rosneft over the oil major's purchase of Bashneft.
Restructuring within energy firm GE, which is to put UK 1,100 jobs in peril, should not be done ‘too far’ or ‘too fast’, Unite the Union has warned.
One of Speyside’s oldest whisky distilleries is to become one of Scotland’s greenest as work has started on a £3million biogas project to significantly reduce the site’s carbon footprint.
A pair of north-east firms will team up to make an impact on the diamond wire cutting market in the Middle East.
A worker fell from the Maersk Interceptor rig at Aker BP’s Tambar field yesterday while another was injured.
"We will not let go of our current approach until we reach a balanced market," Saudi oil minister Khalid al-Falih said on Monday at a news conference in Riyadh.
Economy Energy has been ranked the worst for customer service among suppliers for a second consecutive quarter following complaints about billing errors and its communication system.
A training scheme launched by European Network for Cyber Security (ENCS) is teaching hackers how to respond to live cyber-attacks in the energy sector.
Up to £56 million of funding is to be offered for research and development in mini-nuclear plants, the Government has announced.
Data provided by Energy UK shows that Scotland is drastically lagging behind the rest of the UK in terms of switching to cheaper energy suppliers.
The number of oil rigs operating on land and offshore has dropped between October and November.
GE is proposing to cut 1,100 jobs from its UK power business under an organisational restructure, the firm announced.
Goods exports from Scotland grew by almost a fifth to reach £28 billion, new UK Government figures have revealed.
Premier Oil has announced that it will sell-off two licences to Perenco UK, one containing Wytch Farm field.
In unlikely bedfellows news, an oil production firm and a solar energy supplier have struck up an alliance in California to work together.
The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) has announced that there is a share of £4million available for a series of feasibility studies for nuclear reactor designs.
CNR International confirmed today that it will fully down-man its Ninian Southern platform due to safety and integrity concerns.
Global oil and gas solutions firm Tendeka has announced the appointment of Brad Baker as its new chief executive officer (CEO).
Italian oil and gas firm Eni has announced the financial close of Coral South FLNG.
Supply base and logistics supplier, NorSea Group, have announced that they will invest £5.4million in a ‘roll on/roll off’ facility.