Opposition parties have again hit out at the Scottish National Party (SNP) for wrongly claiming it has "banned fracking" in Scotland.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy consultancy Xodus Group has today announced the agreement of a new US offshore wind alliance with Fortune 500 research and advisory firm Leidos.
All Norwegian North Sea flights have been grounded due to bad weather, according to reports.
The UK's largest renewable energy supplier, Bulb, is set to expand into France, Spain and Texas in the United States, according to the company's co-founder and chief executive.
UK fossil fuel support for poorer counties is "damaging the coherence of the Government's approach to combating climate change", MPs have heard.
The boss of new team set up by energy consultancy DNV GL to examine the future of gas has announced a "key appointment" with a top consultant.
A Shell North Sea boss has said he "agrees" with many of the climate campaigners who took to the streets of the UK's major cities in April.
Filling stations across the UK are to start using new labels to help educate drivers about the environmental benefits of biofuels.
Former BP policy analyst Lord Duncan has told north-east energy firms to remember that they are "all on the same team" if they are to pull together in the same direction on climate targets.
Energy sector moving in right direction ‘but not fast enough’ for effective transition, climate strategist claims
The UK energy sector is moving in the right direction "but not fast enough" to achieve an effective transition to net zero carbon emissions, according to a top climate strategist.
Troubled Scottish manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication (BiFab) are still "in talks" for pared-down work on the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) project, developer EDF Renewables has claimed.
Aberdeen-headquartered Ithaca Energy said yesterday that it would snap up US oil giant Chevron’s central North Sea business in a £1.6 billion deal.
Tasmin Glass has been jailed for 10 years, for her involvement in the murder of Steven Donaldson.
Urgent action is needed to improve help for vulnerable energy customers, according to an independent report.
Danish renewable energy giant Orsted has shared a video of a Minke whale spotted near its Hornsea One wind project.
Italian firm Eni has announced the appointment of a new chief upsteam officer.
Aberdeen-based global energy consultancy Xodus Group has announced the appointment of a new subsea analysis lead.
Dundee-based engineering group Texo will hold a jobs fair today as it seeks to rapidly expand its city workforce.
An Aberdeen-based oil and gas firm has been fined for accidentally releasing 83 tonnes of "toxic mud" into the North Sea.
The news that hundreds of manufacturing jobs are to be created in Spain to build the Kincardine Floating Offshore Wind Farm has been described as "galling" by a Scottish workers union.
Exxon Mobil beat back mounting pressure to split the chairman and chief executive positions, and dismantle a structure that dates back decades and has seen the explorer through oil embargoes, war, currency crises and nationalisations.
A ship management firm contracted for the Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm project has agreed to retrospectively increase worker pay after it received accusations of "slave labour".
Three energy companies have been slapped with £870,000 in combined fines by the industry regulator after breaking competition law.
Consumers should be compensated after being overcharged for their utilities by more than £20 billion due to regulator errors, Citizens Advice says.
Dana Petroleum has been fined £6,000 for accidentally releasing materials into the sea.