Dundee celebrated the city's growing shift to electric vehicles (EVs) this week with a V&A Museum event which brought together advocates of the technology.
Ineos has confirmed repairs have concluded on the Forties Pipeline System and that it is "ramping up to full rates".
Tensions in the Gulf make the case for strengthening the Royal Navy, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has announced it has formed a consortium to build a floating wind project off the shores of South Korea.
The Royal Navy has driven off three Iranian vessels which tried to stop a commercial vessel from travelling through the Strait of Hormuz.
Oil extended gains after closing at a seven-week high as around a third of the Gulf of Mexico’s crude output was cut before a potential hurricane and U.S. crude inventories shrunk more than expected.
Two new petrochemical projects are underway along the Gulf Coast as the sector’s second wave of expansion rolls on, despite analyst projections of abundant supplies, lower prices and a potential industry downturn in the coming years.
Millions of electric vehicles on the roads by 2050 will help the drive towards a zero emissions world by storing extra power from renewables, a new report says.
A north-east renewable energy project has announced it has hit a generation milestone of one million kilowatt hours (KWh).
The energy regulator has warned supplier Solarplicity that it will start the process of revoking its licence if it does not keep up with payments to Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) generators.
A new report accusing the UK Government of complacency over carbon emissions has been backed by a renewable energy trage body who claimed there was a "void" between ambition and policy.
French oil giant Total has announced that it has divested a package of North Sea assets to Petrogas.
A new Scottish "supply chain library" is set to be launched for offshore wind developers to identify firms for future projects.
A Highland tidal project has the potential to generate 50% more energy than the former Dounreay Nuclear plant, according to the boss of the development.
The UK Government "must be clear on who will pay" for the switch to a greener economy, according to a trade union.
A new £1.5 million innovation fund is to be launched by wind power developer Vattenfall and the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, with testing planned off the coast of Aberdeen.
A Swedish wave energy firm with a base in the north of Scotland has announced a "strategic collaboration" to deliver new UK projects.
A north-east man has written a novel after facing the twin travails of a cancer battle and losing his job in the oil and gas downturn.
Energy firm Ineos has said full ramp up of the Forties will take longer than first stated as the firm looks to carry out repairs on the North Sea pipeline.
Oil fell for the first time in a week as concern over the slowing global economy took precedence over geopolitical tensions, while investors waited for an indication on the Federal Reserve’s rate-cut path.
US oil production surpassed 12 million barrels a day in April, further extending the nation's record output during the fracking boom, the US Energy Information Administration reported Monday.
Following the Government's target of net zero emissions by 2050, the recent publication of the Green Finance Strategy, endorsed by both the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and Treasury, represents an initial steppingstone to achieving a carbon neutral economy.
A director of Greencoat UK Wind has tendered his resignation from the company.
A conundrum that many businesses face today is navigating the complexities of implementing successful change within their organisation, be it embedding new software, hot desking, home working, or a new organisational structure.
Sir David Attenborough will appear before MPs to face questions about climate change. The naturalist, 93, is giving evidence to the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee on Tuesday.