Subsea companies across the UK are reporting an improved outlook for the industry with fewer anticipated redundancies, greater optimism and new geographical markets.
Israeli firm StoreDot has today announced the availability of the first generation of five-minute charge lithium-ion battery samples.
Halliburton’s chief executive has praised “swift and decisive cost actions” after the firm delivered “strong margins and cash flow” at the back end of last year.
Aberdeen University has today launched the UK’s first postgraduate degree in Energy Transition Systems and Technologies.
Danish engineering and contracting firm Semco Maritime has announced plans to sharply enhance its renewables offerings in the coming years.
Global Energy Group’s new group chief executive has described the firm as “probably the best positioned organisation in the whole of the UK” to make the most of the expansion in offshore renewables.
Ørsted has announced its intention to bid in the forthcoming ScotWind leasing round, which opened to applicants last week.
Stratigraphic consultancy firm PetroStrat has announced the acquisition of RPS Energy’s Specialist Geology Business Unit.
A new programme aimed at helping domestic supply chain firms benefit from Scotland’s burgeoning offshore wind sector could deliver significant employment opportunities for the north-east.
SSE Renewables has launched a consultation on the connection proposals for part of its major North Sea offshore wind development.
A joint venture involving French oil major Total is planning to develop a dozen solar and energy storage projects in the U.S., including five in Texas.
Equinor has announced plans to broaden its renewables offering by piloting a floating offshore solar plant off the Norwegian coast.
The island nation of Palau says a tanker that recently loaded Venezuelan crude was using a false signal to disguise its identity, potentially putting the Pacific country in the crosshairs of U.S. sanctions.
Bosses at Equinor have heralded the firm’s latest contract win as a “game changer” for its North American operations.
Siemens Gamesa and Siemens Energy have promised to unlock a new era of offshore green hydrogen production with the creation of a “game changing” solution.
The RMT has accused Vattenfall of threatening to “fire and re-hire” its members of staff in an alleged dispute over changes to contracts.
Saudi Arabia reduced crude oil supplies to at least 11 refiners in Asia and most buyers in Europe after the kingdom volunteered to cut its production by 1 million barrels a day for February and March.
ITM Power has announced the sale of a 24 megawatt electrolyser for use at Linde’s Leuna Chemical Complex in Germany.
A Shetland-based tidal energy firm has announced a trio of new appointments to its board.
Industrial services giant Altrad has signed two long-term contracts with a major oil refinery on the east coast of England, worth an estimated £30 million.
Proterra Inc., which makes electric buses and batteries, agreed to go public through a merger with special purpose acquisition company ArcLight Clean Transition Corp.
North Asia’s liquefied natural gas benchmark rose above $30 per million British Thermal units for the first time, breaking a barrier that few thought possible.
Wind engineering advisers Offshore Wind Consultants (OWC) has appointed Tom Whittle to its newly created role of Asia Pacific regional director.
A new project aimed at unravelling the changes to biodiversity caused by man-made structures in the North Sea has been launched.
A survey of oil and gas workers has spotlighted a “crisis of confidence” in the sector, ushered in by the Covid-19 pandemic.