Westinghouse Electric Company is pleased to learn of Georgia Power’s recommendation to the Georgia Public Service Commission to support completion of the two Westinghouse AP1000(R) nuclear power plant units currently under construction at Plant Vogtle in Waynesboro, Georgia, USA.
A key pipeline that supplies petrol to the southern US is set to be shut down in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, today set out the government’s plans to boost growth, create employment and harness the innovation of the future through £45 million in funding over three years.
Oklahoma's Williams Cos. says it was its pipeline that leaked dangerous chemicals Monday at La Porte and triggered an emergency shelter-in-place warning amid floodwaters.
The UK Government has extended the immigration right to remain of non-European Economic Area nationals who work in the offshore wind sector.
Her Majesty’s Ambassador to Norway, Sarah Gillett, will be among the speakers at Granite PR’s fourth annual Aberdeen-Norway Gateway next week.
Energy company SSE said it had issued the biggest ever UK "green bond".
Armed groups in Libya have blockaded pipelines and shut three oilfields, the state’s oil producer said today.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), has won a second contract for work on Eni's Coral South FLNG development offshore Mozambique.
New footage from central Houston shows the full effect of Hurricane Harvey on the Texas city.
Any future threats from Pyongyang could significantly impact neighbouring countries' energy trades, causing them to utilise strategic petroleum reserves, it has been warned.
Gasoline rose for a seventh session while crude fell as traders braced for prolonged refinery and pipeline outages before a second hit on Texas from Tropical Storm Harvey.
Falling renewable energy tariffs in India have prompted some state governments to tell generators that they can’t buy the energy at prices agreed upon, exposing the businesses to risks due to poor enforcement of contracts in Asia’s third-largest economy.
Britain’s energy regulator has hit out at the £840 million cost of a network grid upgrade to connect the Hinkley Point nuclear power station proposed by National Grid.
Campaigners fighting to overturn a Government decision to approve a fracking site in Lancashire are returning to court for the latest round of their legal battle.
Israel has approved Energean's field development plan (FDP) for two offshore natural gas fields in the Mediterranean.
ExxonMobile announces that it will double its original relief and recovery contribution of $500,000 to take the total gift to $1million.
Just as refiners in South Texas are starting to recover from Harvey, the storm is turning its attentions to an area that includes the nation’s largest refinery.
Energy services and software provider AGR put pen to paper on eight contracts over their UK and Middle East businesses this year.
As Hurricane Harvey shutters Texas oil extraction, the International Energy Agency (IEA) makes clear that record US oil stocks will be made available in the event of extended power outages.
Donald Trump has said “all options are on the table” after North Korea launched a ballistic missile over Japan.
The subsea and renewables industry should work more collaboratively, according to the chief executive of Subsea UK, Neil Gordon.
Online data released by the organisation shows the Crown Estate’s full list of offshore infrastructure projects and undersea cabling for the first time.
A Mexican green energy start-up is harnessing the unused parts of the prickly pear cactus to create biomass.
Energy services group, Global Energy, has today announced the successful removal of three thrusters from the Buchan Alpha rig, currently under decommission.