By the mid-1990s post Piper Alpha safety standards had started to plateau.
Oil company Marathon Petroleum confirmed today that it responded to an "incident" at its 86,000 barrel-per-day (bpd) Texas City refinery, a news report said
A new report by Smart Energy GB finds that 86% of customers make positive energy saving changes which they carry through over time as a consequence of owning a smart meter.
Of the decisions to come out of the organisations general meeting today, the name change from DONG Energy to Ørsted was sanctioned by the board of directors.
COO Ottar Mæland to become acting CEO at Dutch firm DeepOcean, replacing current CEO Bart Heijermans, who has chosen to step down.
Outer Moray Firth based wind farm, Moray East' has announced MHI Vestas as the preferred supplier of turbines for the 950MW development.
Geosea has been named as the supplier for the Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI) for the Moray East Wind Farm development.
A pioneering development in the town of Clydebank, near Glasgow, will use water pumped from the nearby Clyde to heat local homers and businesses.
The trade association responsible for representing the energy sector, Energy UK, today announced their new chair as former Labour MP, Lord John Hutton.
A shareholder campaign group has said pension funds who have invested in BP and Shell are exposed due to the oil majors’ inaction on the low-carbon transition.
Investment group Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) today celebrated the launch of its third annual report with the announcement of three new low emissions investments.
Brazil and Mexico are fighting it out to lure the big oil giants to their waters, and Shell is attracted, a news report said.
George Goudsmit, a purveyor of solar PV since 1979, claims that poor UK Government policy is endangering the industry and that many are 'scared' to take a chance on PV technology as a consequence.
Peer-to-peer energy company Open Utility has secured funding from the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy department’s Energy Entrepreneur fund to develop an online marketplace.
Larsen & Toubro Infotech, a global technology consulting and digital solutions company, today announced strategic implementation partnership with Apttus, the category-defining Quote-to-Cash software company headquartered in San Mateo, CA.
A university has moved £60 million of its investments into businesses that directly benefit the environment as part of its climate strategy.
Catchphrases like Dieselgate or defeat devices shape current debate on diesel engines, and the combustion engine’s future is called into question.
New data released today shows that as coal output continues to fall, renewable energy’s share of generation has spiked, according to the government produced Energy Trends publication.
The announcement of ENGIE Fabricom as the main engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for the Tricoya Ventures UK project in Hull has created over a hundred jobs for the local area.
The proposed Fife wind farm, Neart na Gaoithe, has formed a coalition group to combat increasing pressure from outside forces to halt the project.
Green MSP for Mid-Scotland and Fife Mark Ruskell has said residents around Fife’s massive Westfield project should receive more than quarter of a million pounds of community benefit funds if plans go ahead.
On 15 November 2017, Robert Swan, OBE, 61 - the first person in history to walk to both the North and South Poles - is making a return expedition to Antarctica with his son Barney, 23, one of a new generation of explorers. The eight-week journey, called the South Pole Energy Challenge, will be the world’s first polar expedition powered solely by renewable energy sources, including solar, wind technology and advanced biofuels made out of woodchip waste provided by Shell.
Saudi Arabian Oil and gas investment company, Al Rushaid Group, have brought a successful court action to claim damages for loss or revenue and reputational damage as a consequence of a small business owners dishonest and fraudulent actions.
A report published by the US health journal, Reviews on Environmental Health, states that chemicals ‘associated with unconventional oil and natural gas operations’ could cause neurological harm to young children and babies.
Outdated policy could risk a £1billion windfall through blockage of the ‘cheapest electricity technology’ claims a new report published by the Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU).