The Energy Industries Council (EIC) has announced the appointment of two new members to its board of directors.
Claire Mack, chief executive of Scottish Renewables, has said that she welcomes the Scottish Government's commitment to renewable energy.
British oil major BP has more than doubled the power of the supercomputer that discovered 200 million barrels of oil in a hidden Gulf of Mexico cache last year.
Big Oil’s slump is over and industry domination beckons, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
Plans for two new nuclear power stations have taken a “major leap forward” after a reactor design was approved by regulators.
Lews Castle College UHI and housing organisation Tighean Innse Gall on Lewis have linked up with the University of Oulu in Finland to develop a unique, energy initiative which could make a real difference to the lives of people, facing high energy costs in areas which have a challenging climate.
The Asian Hercules III, one of the world’s biggest floating cranes, arrived in Peterhead Port today to begin work on Vattenfall’s European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre.
A report published by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has found that - among other renewable rises - onshore wind generation rose by 50%.
Upstream companies are to shift focus from merely surviving to thriving going into 2018, Wood Mackenzie said in a report.
A new tidal platform has powered up in the Connel Sound, near Oban, installed by Sustainable Marine Energy (SME).
A new well foundation technology could provide reduced well costs, safety improvements and reduce the overall environmental impact to the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).
A COMPANY has got the go-ahead to build a new plant at Scotland’s oil port of Grangemouth -- to make a petrol substitute from whisky residue. Celtic Renewables Ltd announced today/yesterday [TUES] that it had secured planning permission from Falkirk Council to build a commercial demonstrator plant, which will produce over half a million litres of the biofuel each year.
Oilfield services company Petrofac has been awarded an $800million lump-sum contract by BP for Phase 2 of the Khazzan gas development in the Sultanate of Oman.
The Government is being urged to retain a close association with the body which regulates the nuclear industry across Europe as MPs step up calls to guarantee protections for the sector.
Between 2011 and 2014, ICR Integrity brought together five asset integrity businesses to provide its clients with a more cohesive approach to managing integrity, corrosion and repair.
CNR International announces that Ninian South staff will return to the platform as Storm Caroline inflicted no damage upon the jacket structure.
Energy giants helped the London market rally higher on Tuesday as investors responded to a choppy day’s trading on the oil and gas markets.
Senior students from across Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire will ‘pitch’ to secure work with experts in the oil and gas industry this week at the final of TechFest’s STEM in the Installation project.
Add Canadian Solar Inc. to the growing list of panel manufacturers looking to ditch public markets and go private.
That World Bank has announced today that it will cease any further financing of upstream oil and gas after 2019.
The PLAT-I tidal energy system has begun generating power for the first time from Connel Sound, near Oban, on Scotland’s West Coast.
Oil and gas prices have made hefty gains after the market took a double-whammy hit following a European gas hub explosion and the shut down of a major North Sea pipeline.
A report published by the National Audit Office has found a lack of ‘criteria or evidence’ that the Green Investment Bank (GIB) actually served its intended purpose.
CNR International said this afternoon that a team is working to restore power to the Ninian South platform.
Viewed from the wheelhouse of an ERRV situated within the North Sea this video shows the 13-meter waves churned up by Storm Caroline.