Images of how the Michelin Dundee campus could be transformed into a centre for cutting edge technologies have been revealed for the first time.
The Offshore Contractors' Association (OCA) has pledged better "engagement" with the North Sea workforce to avoid future pay disputes.
The community energy sector in the UK has had a difficult time in recent years. 2018 saw continued reductions in the Feed-in Tariffs, and then in December 2018 the UK Government announced the closure of the Feed-in Tariff scheme to new applications from 31 March 2019.
Energy suppliers have been given an extra four years to roll out smart meters into every home in the country, the Government has revealed.
The voting age should be lowered to 16 to give young people a voice on their future in the face of environmental breakdown, a think tank has urged.
The amount of natural gas flared by 80 different nations around the world has increased 20% in a single year to the highest levels on record, according to new data.
A planned £260 million transmission link from the Orkney to the mainland has been given the go-ahead by Ofgem following a consultation.
Exxon Mobil said Monday it made another discovery offshore of Guyana, increasing its potential resource base as first production looms in early 2020.
An incident on Repsol's Gyda platform "could have resulted in loss of human life" after one person was injured when a dropped object caused a worker to fall, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) said today.
Turbine giant Siemens Gamesa is understood to be considering the purchase of parts of troubled firm Senvion.
Engineering and constriction firm Kvaerner has today outlined its plans to increase its offshore wind work, alongside a concerted push for floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel manufacturing contracts.
French oil and gas giant Total has said its "strong industrial position" in Aberdeen has spurred its decision to move into the Scottish offshore wind market in the North Sea.
A Highland MSP has criticised the UK and Scottish Governments over a lack of renewable energy investment after a new report claimed some of Scotland’s most rural regions have been left behind as funding sources “tighten”.
Nearly half of all people living in Scotland are more conscious of the need for energy sustainability due to climate change, a new poll has found.
Offshore drilling executives are trying to win back investors who have fled their stocks over the past year, insisting that a protracted recovery is gaining momentum.
SSE has confirmed that the sale of its supply business to Ovo Energy for £500m is part of a strategy to shift its focus towards low carbon energy.
Jeremy Corbyn is to speak at a rally in Fife which is calling for a return to its "proud industrial history" through the creation of renewable energy jobs in the region.
Norwegian energy firm Equinor has confirmed that evacuations have taken place as a result of a fire that broke out on board a tanker moored at the Sture terminal.
Energy giant SSE has announced it will sell off its supply arm to Ovo Group for £500 million.
Oil is set for its biggest weekly loss in nearly two months as the International Energy Agency warned of a looming supply glut, while OPEC and its allies urged members to maintain, rather than deepen, output cuts.
Businesses throughout Scotland are being urged to prepare for a recession as the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes “increasingly real”.
A number of high-profile Islamic groups have called "upon all Muslim individuals" to pull investment from the oil and gas sector.
The demolition of a record-breaking power station that provided energy to the UK for 50 years is "heart-wrenching", a project manger who has worked there for nearly three decades has said.
A new robotic solution for marine energy biofouling is to be tested at the European Marine Energy Centre (Emec) in Orkney.
Oil slid as the International Energy Agency highlighted the difficulty that OPEC and its allies will face in balancing the market as producers meet in Abu Dhabi.