Trade body RenewableUK has announced the appointment of a new executive director.
Ofgem has warned it could rip up the licences of nine energy suppliers if they do not join a common system that allows households to take full advantage of their smart meters.
The vice president of Shell New Energies has announced he will step down from his role to be replaced by the firm's global vice president of strategy.
Wind turbines off the coast of Aberdeen will now turn for a quarter of a century after an application to prolong the life of the renewable energy development was a granted by officials yesterday.
Discussions between Enquest and Unite are understood to have broken down as the union announced today it will ballot its members on potential strike action at Shetland's Sullom Voe Terminal.
Swedish wind giant Vattenfall has published new proposals claiming it will roll out its "most powerful" onshore turbines at its next Aberdeenshire wind project.
Dutch firm Boskalis has confirmed today that one contract worker is dead and five were seriously injured after consuming a 'toxic' cleaning liquid on board a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel destined for Brazil.
Oil steadied as investors weighed the risk of further escalation in the conflict between the U.S. and Iran that has so far spared production and exports from the Middle East.
A former Aberdeen oil and gas engineer was named among the UK victims of the tragic Ukraine International Airlines crash in Iran.
Scotland's climate change targets need to be backed up by funding for environmental projects in the upcoming budget, according to the Climate Emergency Response Group (CERG).
Oil giant BP's hi-tech investment arm BP Ventures has today made a multi-million pound investment in an artificial intelligence (AI) technology firm based in China.
The number of jobs in Scotland either created or safeguarded through foreign direct investment (FDI) has risen in the past year, according to new analysis.
A floating wind firm purchased by Shell in November is to review the future of a Scottish office registered before the buyout, the company's head of projects said last night.
North Sea-focused valve maker Severn Glocon Group has appointed a new chief executive on the back of a multi-million investment package of which the firm's Aberdeen business would be a "major component", the new boss claimed.
Seven people have appeared in court after climate activists boarded a gas rig in a bid to prevent it heading out to the North Sea.
Barclays must put a stop to the 17 billion dollars a year it sends to finance fossil fuel companies and stop funding coal mines and controversial tar sands exploration, a group of shareholders have said.
Medical services have descended upon petrochemical giant Ineos' Grangemouth Refinery following an incident at the plant.
A wind farm application on the Isle of Skye has included the offer of grants toward energy bills and investment opportunities to those living locally.
A UK solar energy firm has secured almost £50 million in financial backing to build two large-scale solar farms in Spain.
Representative body Oil and Gas UK (UK) has announced the appointment of two new directors as the organisation looks to focus its attention toward a new and 'diverse energy mix'.
Growth in low carbon power generation stalled in the UK last year, after doubling in the decade since 2010, analysis suggests.
Occidental Petroleum said Monday it will make its pipeline arm, Western Midstream Partners, an independent company and reduce its ownership stake in the firm in order to cut its overall debt load.
The threats of retaliation coming out of the US and Iran over the last 24 hours were enough to spook markets into taking a knock by closing time on Monday.
German utility RWE has completed construction of a 100-megawatt solar farm in heart of the West Texas oil patch.
Occidental Petroleum and the French energy major Total said they are partnering on a major carbon-capture project at an industrial cement plant in the United States.