Aberdeen harbour bosses have said “further investigation” would be needed before it could become a free port as suggested by Boris Johnson.
With the Crown Estate’s recent announcement of offshore wind leasing round four, there is a fantastic opportunity for offshore wind developers to get involved in the first leasing round of its type in more than 10 years.
Glasgow City Council has introduced a fleet of electric bikes for hire across the city in a bid to encourage more people to use sustainable forms of transport.
Norway’s Northern Lights carbon capture project took a major step forward recently when various partners signed memoranda of understanding with seven European companies to develop value chains in CCS.
The OGA’s work to date to maximise economic recovery (MER UK) has been through promoting, influencing – and where necessary regulating – using our Energy Act 2016 powers.
Encouraging accountability in the workplace with the ultimate goal of creating an organisation characterised by responsibility, motivation and engagement is a matter of cultivating positive behaviours and discouraging negative ones.
Jeremy Corbyn has praised wind power as "the future" after announcing plans to create 67,000 jobs and 37 new wind farms.
Baker Hughes rolled out its new look Tuesday to mark its independence after more than two years of majority ownership by the industrial conglomerate General Electric Co.
A cut-throat market slashed into profit as oil major Shell forayed into the energy supply market last year, the company has revealed.
With climate change continually at the forefront of the news agenda and millions striking across the globe, September was also a significant month in the development of offshore wind in the UK.
A few months ago I was asked during a television interview what the next five to 10 years could look like for Scottish offshore wind.
Plans to create a number of floating wind farms in the Celtic Sea are being examined through a collaboration between organisations in Wales, Ireland and the South of England.
Oil is to "decline steeply" after 2030 alongside an energy transition will not make the emissions gains it needs to meet the Paris Agreement, according to a new report.
Energy firm SSE Renewables has announced that it will use Montrose Port as its operations and maintenance base for the construction of its giant Seagreen Offshore Wind Farm.
TechnipFMC has confirmed that much of its North Sea business will continue under the same name after the energy service group splits into two separate trading businesses.
The UK boss of Neptune Energy’s UK business has been appointed to head up the firm’s European operations.
Offshore marine firm Malin Group announced last night that it has been granted planning consent to create a marine engineering and technology hub on the River Clyde.
Actor Sir Mark Rylance has said his decision to resign from the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) over its contract with BP was inspired by teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg.
Extinction Rebellion protesters have brought Westminster to a halt as they demand the Government takes urgent action on climate change and wildlife losses.
Environmental lawyers are "considering their options" after the Government overruled planning inspectors to give the go-ahead for a new gas power plant.
The first six-figure funding pot to improve competitiveness in the offshore wind supply chain has been released today by the Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP).
Saipem has made offshore wind its priority and aims to become a big player in the UK sector, one of its top brass has said.
Oil giant Equinor has announced start of production at its giant Johan Sverdrup project in the Norwegian section of the North Sea.
As the saying goes, “talk is cheap”. I’m not so sure. The lower carbon economy is at the top of most agendas nowadays – for the UK and international governments, for major industries including oil and gas, and now for the general public.
Schools prepare for the future. We start building children’s skills from the age of three with an evolving end product in mind that will come to light twenty years away. And these skills we develop are required to achieve results and see them through another half century beyond that.