The UK's Capacity Market has been suspended following a challenge by a clean energy firm.
Six Aberdeen-based energy students have been shortlisted to compete in a Total E&P-sponsored competition.
Scottish energy giant SSE is seeking a bigger slice of the renewables pie with the creation of a new business.
Dundee-headquartered Pryme Group has opened a purpose built facility in North Shields after investment totalling £10 million.
The UK's land must be managed in a "fundamentally different" way than it has been since the war to tackle climate change, Government advisers have warned.
Energy accreditation and consultancy firm DNV GL has appointed Neil Fraser as its new decommissioning lead.
Global engineering management firm Penspen has been awarded a £54 million deal by Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) Onshore.
Stonehaven-based Whittaker Engineering reported a 53% jump in turnover as the recovery of the oil and gas sector continued last year.
Energy worker's union GMB has warned of a potential UK heating crisis due to "inadequate" gas storage facilities.
A “real crisis” exists in Scottish entrepreneurial education, the head of a north-east business school said yesterday.
The site of the former Underwater Centre could be salvaged through a new "concept" thanks to efforts by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
The law requiring large employers to report their gender pay gap should be extended to smaller companies, a think tank is urging.
Inflation is forecast to have inched up in October as energy companies up their prices ahead of next year's default tariff cap.
One of Norway's Navy frigates has almost completely gone under water after an oil tanker rammed into it last week, tearing a large hole in its side, authorities said.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians are without heating thanks to a long-standing dispute between the national gas company and regional utility providers.
Governments must make decisions "as of today" to drive the world towards clean energy in a bid to cut carbon emissions and improve air quality, the International Energy Agency has said.
The Swedish developers of a floating wind project planned off the Scottish coast said they still hope to get it "back on track".
Secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy (BEIS), Greg Clark, was accused of having "thrown under a bus" the people of Cumbria after plans to build a new nuclear power station collapsed.
The Scottish Conservative Party has announced a proposal for a new plastic recycling and waste plant.
The BBC is testing electric news broadcast vans and has switched Strictly Come Dancing to 100% biodegradable liquid glitter as part of its sustainability efforts.
Utilities giant SSE has confirmed that a large power outage took place on the Western Isles and Skey today.
Digital technology firm ABB has announced a huge Abu Dhabi order of more than £60 million to service integrated automation, electrification and telecommunication at the Bab onshore field.
Equinor has released footage of the installation of of its new pipeline for the Johan Sverdrup development. The pipeline is the longest in Norway’s history and is being laid by Saipem’s Casterone vessel. When completed, the amount of pipe laid will be almost 250 miles.
The Crown Estate Scotland has announced it will survey those energy and infrastructure tenants who have leased Scotland's seabed.
An Aberdeen academic has said the North Sea rotas picture is less perplexing than it may seem.