Ambitious offshore wind goals set out by the EU Commission must now be embraced in Scotland, an energy trade body has said in response to a new report.
The firm behind a multi-million pound investment to form a metal recycling facility at the Port of Dundee is hoping to start construction in January.
Abu Dhabi is planning to put as much as $1.5 billion into Saudi Aramco’s initial public offering, as the oil giant taps friendly neighbors to prop up a deal that’s so far failed to draw foreign investors, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Extinction Rebellion may have a "blind spot" when it comes to understanding some of the solutions available to address climate change, experts have said.
Countries have procrastinated for too long and need to begin making steep cuts to their greenhouse gas emissions immediately, or risk missing agreed targets for limiting global warming, top United Nations officials have said.
Drilling contractor Valaris has announced a number of North Sea contract extensions among a clutch of global deals.
Odfjell Drilling's offshore workforce has accepted a new pay deal, according to trade union Unite.
Beer by-products are set to be converted into renewable fuel following a university research breakthrough.
A new North Sea exportation and production (E&P) firm created by the former boss of Faroe Petroleum has announced its "success" in raising a £10 million war chest.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) has announced two changes to its top management team.
Vessel operator Swire Pacific Offshore (SPO) has confirmed that a supply ship operating in Equatorial Guinea has been attacked, with seven of the vessels staff now "missing".
Oil held gains near $58 a barrel on signs a limited U.S.-China trade agreement is within reach and after analysts forecast the first drop in American crude inventories in five weeks.
Oil and gas giant Shell has been accused by Greenpeace of attempting to ban the climate activist group from further North Sea protests.
The number of active drilling rigs in the United States dipped just ahead of the holidays, a time when exploration and production companies traditionally start to wind down activity.
A Caithness onshore wind farm is set to be one of the first in the country to operate for 40 years.
General Electric (GE) hired Carolina Dybeck Happe as its next chief financial officer, giving top boss Larry Culp a new partner to help tackle one of the trickiest turnaround efforts in corporate America.
Levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have reached another record high, the World Meteorological Organisation has warned.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm EnerMech has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer (CEO).
Cluff Natural Resources (CLNR) said today that it had submitted "multiple" applications for licences in the central and southern North Sea in the 32nd bidding round.
Scotland’s deputy first minister John Swinney has come under fire for a renewable energy job prediction made nearly 10 years ago.
Throughout my time in the upstream oil and gas industry I have always considered Norway to be best in class when it comes to environmental management.
A former Petroleo Brasileiro SA oil trader who went by the code name “Phil Collins” told a Brazilian judge he received bribes from Vitol Group to favor the firm in contracts with the crude producer, court documents show.
The amount of electricity generated from coal plants around the world is on track to drop by a record 3% in 2019, analysis suggests.
Greenpeace UK has criticised the Conservative Party's latest manifesto, calling it "half-baked" over its lack of action on North Sea oil and other polluting sectors.
The Scottish Greens will put climate change, free public transport and revamping region deals at the heart of their manifesto when it is launched on Monday.