Greece is stepping up diplomatic efforts to mobilize European Union partners against Turkey, as Ankara continues its energy prospecting in contested waters of the eastern Mediterranean.
Norway’s offshore health and safety watchdog has launched an investigation after a “serious” incident on board a mobile drilling facility.
Renewables and energy consultancy firm Everoze has acquired a 49.9% stake in Irish wind resource assessment company Brightwind.
Nigeria reimbursed oil companies including Exxon Mobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell Plc $3 billion, moving closer to clearing operating expense arrears owed since 2010.
Kongsberg Maritime has signed a contract with maritime services provider MacGregor to deliver a Pile Gripper Guidance System (PGGS) which could save the offshore wind industry "substantial" sums of money.
Oil steadied as Saudi Arabia vowed that OPEC and its partners will do what’s necessary to balance the market.
Wind and solar power have become even cheaper compared to fossil fuels in the past year, making them an attractive way to stimulate economies recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Lazard Ltd.
It’s hoped a new “cutting-edge” tool to improve health and safety in offshore renewables could save the industry millions of pounds every year.
Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has successfully completed jacket installations for Ørsted’s major Hornsea Two offshore wind farm development.
An Aberdeen engineering firm has expanded its team after obtaining substantial backing from a Malaysian energy services group earlier this year.
The reverse takeover model could become more of a permanent fixture in the North Sea in the coming years as more private-equity (PE) backed operators look to go public.
Oil clung to losses with signs of a shaky U.S. economic rebound and rising global coronavirus cases weighing on the prospect for a demand recovery.
Vattenfall’s Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm could generate more than £100 million for the north-east economy over the next two decades, according to a new study.
Nova Innovation has installed a fourth turbine at the “world’s first tidal array” in Bluemull Sound in Shetland.
North Sea safety bosses have insisted the oil and gas industry is “still in control”, despite a recent resurgence of Covid-19 offshore.
Oil pared losses as shrinking American crude and refined product stockpiles countered troubling signs of a slowing labor market recovery.
Tekmar Group has appointed current non-executive chairman Alasdair MacDonald as its new chief executive.
Offshore wind giant Ørsted has signed a multi-million pound deal with a Scottish engineering firm in an effort to increase worker safety at its Hornsea Two development.
The credit export wing of the UK Government could support tens of thousands of jobs in the coming years if it switches its focus from oil and gas to renewables, according to a new study.
Workers have been flown off a platform in the Central North Sea over fears about an outbreak of Covid-19 on board.
Two of the UK’s leading research organisations in the development of robotics for use in offshore renewables have teamed up to bridge the gap between academia and industry.
Westwood Global Energy has appointed David Linden to its newly created role of Head of Energy Transition.
Aberdeenshire has been ranked second in the UK for regions with the most offshore wind installations, according to new research.
A pilot project to remotely perform inspections on three of offshore cranes on the Norwegian Continental Shelf is ongoing.
A Danish renewables developer has opened a new facility in Scotland aimed at speeding up the deployment and integration of floating offshore wind.