The first of two export cables for a major Scottish offshore wind farm has been successful installed.
The future of China’s vast oil-refining industry may hinge on what government investigators find in the small seaside city of Panjin.
This week, Hamish, Ed and Mark discuss the latest entry of an oil giant into the bidding process for ScotWind, as TotalEnergies planted its flag in the … seabed… With just a month before the application window closes, we mull whether some oil giants might be conspicuous by the absence.
A rebound in the oil price is unlikely to derail future hydrogen investments, industry experts have predicted.
Oil slumped as a rising dollar pushed financial investors, who had piled into commodities to guard against inflation, toward the exits for other sectors.
The European Union’s green bond standard will be voluntary rather than binding for issuers, according to a draft document seen by Bloomberg.
A former Unaoil executive has been ordered to pay almost half a million pounds in confiscation or face more time behind bars.
UK Government ministers have been told that the current transmission charging system is “entirely contrary” to the net zero agenda.
As many as 100 skilled jobs could be created in Scotland as a result of a new strategic hydrogen refuelling partnership.
A leading renewables trade body has called for a Europe-wide landfill ban on decommissioned wind turbine blade by the middle of the decade.
Three60 Energy has bolstered its engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPC&C) division with a new senior appointment.
Siemens Energy AG is being overwhelmed with requests to build turbines in countries tapping wind resources and concerned about global supply chains or insistent on broadening the local economic benefits of renewable power.
Environmental group Greenpeace has apologised after a daring stunt carried out by one of its activists at the Euros injured “several” fans.
Organisers of Offshore Europe have decided to delay the in-person event until next year due to ongoing “health and safety uncertainties”.
The Government is failing to ensure the UK can cope with the worsening risks of rising temperatures and extreme weather, climate advisers have warned.
Oil and gas giant TotalEnergies, formerly Total, has become the latest company to confirm its involvement in Scotland’s upcoming offshore wind leasing round.
Renewables development Green Investment Group (GIG) has secured a portfolio of UK-based battery storage projects.
Petrofac has made a senior UK appointment to support the continued growth of its renewables offering.
The number of people working in the offshore oil and gas sector has returned to levels not seen since before the Covid-19 pandemic.
Energy services firm Proserv has scooped up Dron & Dickson’s Middle East based trade and assets.
UK Export Finance (UKEF) has formed a new partnership with the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult in order to promote renewables companies abroad.
A change of approach is needed to ensure the UK can reap the benefits of the energy transition, according to a senior government official.
Businesses must commit to tackling climate change and those that do not move fast enough are in danger of being left behind, a senior Government minister has warned.
Sir Ian Wood has criticised governments for removing overseas trade support for oil and gas activities, saying it won’t reduce carbon emissions “one inch”.
The UK’s largest annual renewables and decarbonisation conference has been postponed until next year as the impact of the pandemic rumbles on.