A Norwich-headquartered offshore engineering solutions firm has secured its largest riser analysis deal to date.
Total and Siemens Energy have signed a technical collaboration agreement to study sustainable solutions for CO2 emissions reduction.
A price war may be looming in the global oil market as rising output from OPEC+ and the Middle East boosts the competitiveness of the region’s shipments, potentially forcing other suppliers to discount their barrels.
Jersey Oil and Gas has announced the appointment of Les Thomas to its board as an independent non-executive director.
Trade body Subsea UK has entered into a partnership with its counterpart in the electronics industry to unlock untapped opportunities.
Heerema Marine Contractors has signed a contract with Singapore's Sembcorp Marine to carry out work at a North Sea wind farm.
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) is welcoming a “key milestone” after drilling got underway on its “Core” project North Sea fields.
Scottish Engineering (SE) is today launching a net-zero skills support programme for the sector in Scotland.
Electrolyser manufacturer ITM Power has given an update on the Green Hydrogen for Glasgow project, alongside partners ScottishPower and BOC.
The UK country manager for one of the biggest names in the global energy service industry is among the top-class speakers who will feature in a much-anticipated virtual business breakfast later this month.
The worlds of north-east business, charity and sport are mourning the death of “one of life’s genuinely good guys”, Duncan Skinner, who has died aged 63.
The deployment of biomass with carbon capture and storage (BECCS) at Drax Power Station could save the UK billions of pounds over the coming decade.
Leading global safety firm, RelyOn Nutec, has further expanded its market leading digital training capabilities by adding a core oil and gas safety course to its comprehensive e-learning library.
A local campaign group has raised concerns about plans to install a giant power cable between Shetland and the Scottish mainland, after a similar project hit difficulties.
A fire in Africa that led to the death of a former Aberdeen oil and gas worker has finally been brought under control, more than three months after the gas well explosion that caused it.
With revenues projected to reach nearly $4 trillion this year alone, the chemicals sector plays a significant role in the global economy – resulting in an equally significant environmental footprint. As the largest industrial consumer of both oil and gas, and the third largest contributor of global greenhouse gas emissions, the sector has rightfully earned its ‘hard to abate’ title.
It can be difficult to imagine how science at the microscopic level is capable of making a profound impact on the world, especially when it involves new ‘wonder materials’ that are unfamiliar to us. Yet the super-adsorbing qualities of metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) look set to do just that, with many touting them as the solution to some of humanity’s most pressing challenges.
A top north-east visitor attraction is preparing to welcome guests once more following a major £6 million revamp.
Renewable energy developer SSE Renewables is celebrating first power from one of its new onshore wind farms.
A series of trials using the oil and gas industry’s “first ever” integrated managed pressure drilling (MPD) and automated well control (AWC) technology system has been completed.
European oil major Royal Dutch Shell on Wednesday urged U.S. oil and gas trade groups to take stronger positions in the fight against climate change under the threat of leaving them.
BlackRock has raised $4.8 billion (£3.5bn) for a new fund to invest in renewable power assets around the world - almost double its initial target.
Senior political figure says UK Gov should avoid delaying COP26 again, but admits decision ‘isn’t in our hands’
The COP26 climate conference should not be delayed for a second year if the UK “can possibly avoid it”, a senior political figure has said.
Norway’s $1.3 trillion wealth fund just made its first investment in clean energy infrastructure, more than a year after it was given the go-ahead to move into the asset class.
Shell received a refund from the UK Government of around $100 million in 2020, according to new figures.