Oil advanced to a fresh two-year high as OPEC and Russia were said to have crafted the outline of a deal to extend their oil production cuts to the end of next year.
A new Scottish onshore wind farm has been installed with the capacity to generate enough energy to power 500,000 homes a year.
The Scottish Government has been urged to ensure BiFab workers have long-term livelihoods, and not just a short-term salvation.
Catering and security workers at the Sellafield nuclear site are to go on strike next week in a dispute over pay, joining thousands of other employees taking action on the same day.
The proposed strike action due to take place at Shetland Gas Plant later this month has been put on hold after a revised pay offer was received.
As Centrica released its trading update yesterday it revealed the loss of almost a million British Gas customers.
Renewable energy storage in Australia is set to get a huge boost with the unveiling of the Tesla Powerpacks lithium ion battery, the biggest in the world.
Glasgow-based CDC Scotland is set to see the Chameleon multi-activity offshore unit reach commercialisation.
Aberdeen-based subsea equipment specialist Ashtead Technology today announced a £1million investment in latest navigation, positioning and imaging technology.
High Value Engineering (HVE) specialist Dimension All Group (DAG) has opened up an Aberdeen office.
Energy firm E has been fined £260,000 for failing to carry out background checks on door-to-door sales reps who misled customers by posing as an independent price comparison service.
British Gas owner Centrica has suffered its biggest ever one-day shares crash after haemorrhaging 823,000 household energy accounts in four months and warning over full-year earnings.
Trade minister Greg Hands has hit back at claims he acted as a lobbyist for the fossil fuel industry.
The number of global orders for wind turbines has experienced a substantial decline since 2016.
The Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) in Aberdeen has appointed Roger Esson as Decommissioning Solution Centre manager.
Test drilling is due to start this week in the seabed off Stornoway, in the Outer Hebrides, as part of plans to create a deep-water port there.
Atlantic Petroleum has announced the appointment of Graeme Fawcett as its interim chief executive officer.
In a statement to MSPs at Holyrood, Economy Secretary Keith Brown confirmed the loan amount being made available to Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) was around £15 million.
Buoyed by Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget announcement concerning North Sea tax reform, Jamie Stark, partner at Burness Paul, released a call to arms to operators within the north-east.
Oil stuck near a two-year high as a drop in US crude stockpiles added optimism to a rally underpinned by hopes for an OPEC deal extension.
Scottish Green co-convener Patrick Harvie last night announced his dissatisfaction with Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget decision to reform the North Sea tax system.
Bob Ruddiman, head of oil and gas at legal firm Pinsent Masons, has welcomed Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Budget tax reform on Transferable Tax Histories for North Sea oil and gas operators.
As part of the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (AREG), Maersk Training launched the simulator and performed demonstrations of the safety training required prior to working on a wind turbine generator.
WWF Scotland and Friends of the Earth Scotland (FoES) have hit out at the lack of provision within today’s Budget for green investment or climate concerns.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has announced that the latest offshore licencing round has brought in 96 applications to acquire acreage in the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS).