In the 2023 Spring Budget, the UK government set out an ambitious programme to boost the UK’s potential as an innovative nation. It designated 12 geographic areas with special tax and regulatory rules intended to drive economic growth and productivity by attracting investment.
Energy and shipping training provider Clyde Training Solutions (CTS) has achieved a successful first year of operations at its Drilling and Well Control training centres in Aberdeen and Glasgow.
A leading voice on hydrogen has delivered a grim forecast for one of the government’s flagship support schemes.
Plans to develop swathes of offshore wind turbines across the globe could be hampered as companies compete for limited resources.
‘Onboard Tracker™ has been a complete game changer for our operations allowing us to focus on proactive strategic improvements instead of being buried in data’
All in all the research firm believes there is scope for companies to press the green button on 14 UK North Sea schemes in 2024 alone.
The report comes after climate change activists raised concerns over the plans.
This July, Commerciale Tubi Acciaio, CTA Group, acquired the Raccortubi Group to form a strategic alliance and become an industry leader in the stainless steel market.
A mammoth North Sea electrification scheme – targeted for start-up in 2028 - is proving a tough nut to crack.
At the start of August I had the pleasure of attending with my teenage sons the UCI Cycling World Championship Mountain Bike event at Nevis Range near Fort William.
A former UK Government minister has taken the current regime to task for repeatedly changing who is in charge of the energy brief.
But he wouldn’t comment on Equinor’s Rosebank oilfield, which is still awaiting government approval.
Aberdeen business and political leaders underlined their support for the city’s oil and gas industry as the Offshore Europe conference officially kicked off.
It’s hard to believe it’s been four years since Aberdeen last hosted Offshore Europe. Since 2019, we’ve weathered a global pandemic, witnessed the impact of Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and seen energy become a hot topic in political and public debate.
North-east firm Sureclean has cut the ribbon on a “first of its kind” system for cleaning up industrial waste from the energy industry.
Transforming UK energy security in the transition: Viaro Energy and the role of independent producers
With interests in more than 30 fields in the North Sea, Viaro Energy has quickly established itself as a household name on the UK Continental Shelf. Pursuing a strategy of targeted M&A opportunities, the company has consistently capitalised on unfavourable market conditions through continuous investments in both exploration and production assets, made more affordable by the accompanying economic downturn.
Aberdeen’s Waldorf Production is taking stock on the future of the Cheviot field, among the largest resources left in the North Sea.
Waldorf Production has shed light on a raft of production issues that have hit several of its North Sea assets this year.
Offshore engineering consultancy Global Maritime has secured marine warranty surveyor (MWS) services for a ONE-Dyas North Sea field.
Those attending the landmark Offshore Europe conference in Aberdeen this week are being urged to keep the mental health of workers at the forefront of their minds.
Fifty years ago, Offshore Europe first came to Aberdeen, and this month, the world renowned exhibition and conference marks its special 50th birthday.
According to the company website, Maersk Supply Service's sole UK office is in Aberdeen.
The UK Government is reviewing its membership of a controversial pact over claims it is at odds with international climate commitments.
In the second half of 2023 European oil majors like Shell, Eni and TotalEnergies will be drilling half of the high-impact wells on the cards.
The firm's energy industry experts, led by Bob Ruddiman, are 'match-fit and turbo-charged'.