Spain is stepping up its efforts to enter the race to build a hydrogen industry, putting it on par with France and Germany in seeking a greener fuel for heavy industry.
“The oil industry has got a terrible habit of playing itself down when in reality it, and Aberdeen specifically, has a load to offer. We’ve been through things like this before and if there was a more positive attitude I think we’d be in a much better place.”
Oil jumped the most since May in New York as President Donald Trump’s prognosis seemed to improve and stirred optimism over the possibility of an economic relief deal in Washington.
Equinor has awarded a $290 million (£223m) contract to Odfjell Drilling for work on the 200-million-barrel Breidablikk field in the Norwegian North Sea.
Universal Web Design announces plans to move into clean energy sector creating more than 30 new jobs
Universal Web Design has announced plans to expand its operations in order to support the clean energy sector.
Ørsted has teamed up with leading fertiliser company Yara in an effort to speed up decarbonisation of the food value chain.
Construction of Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm has hit a major milestone after the first significant piece of infrastructure was installed.
Scientists at Aberdeen University are developing a new production method that could be a “game-changer” for North Sea gas.
Decommissioning services firm Petrodec has completed its second major skidding operation with the Pickerill B topside removal.
Construction on what will be the world’s first floating offshore wind farm to power offshore oil and gas platforms has got underway.
Oilex has said it will continue to “review business opportunities” in high potential areas despite taking a financial hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Communities in the north of Scotland have been awarded more than half a million pounds as part of the latest round of the Beatrice Partnership Fund.
Oil held its decline near $39 a barrel in New York, heading for the first monthly loss since April, as the world’s biggest trading houses signaled a meaningful recovery in demand is some way off.
Libya’s oil industry continued to revive this week following a truce between the main factions in the OPEC member’s devastating civil war.
Venezuela’s dwindling oil exports were dealt another blow as one of India’s top refiners secured millions of barrels of Canadian crude on concern that the U.S. is poised to step up sanctions against Caracas.
Simec Atlantis has praised the performance of its tidal and engineering services division after halving its pre-tax losses in a year.
“It's been a bad time for me I must admit, a horrendous time.” That’s how Tony*, a former drilling maintenance supervisor from Dundee, describes the impact this year has had on him as an offshore worker.
Sir Ian Wood urged businesses of all sizes to “co-operate, share ideas, challenge themselves and combine expertise” as he launched the new EnergyTech initiative.
Wind turbine renovation specialist Renewable Parts has officially broken ground on its new centre on the west coast of Scotland.
Equinor has made a North Sea oil and gas discovery that could hold up to as much as 38 million barrels of oil equivalent.
Global skills body OPITO has marked a “strategic shift” in the business after it made its first move into the renewable energy industry.
One of the Nordic region’s biggest oil refineries has halted an expansion that threatened to break up Sweden’s governing coalition, comprising the Social Democrats and the Green Party.
Work to install monopiles for what will be the world’s largest offshore wind farm are due to get underway in the coming weeks.
The Crown Estate has awarded Agreements for Lease (AfL) lans to six proposed offshore wind project extensions in the waters around England and Wales in the last six months.
Renewable energy supply chain companies in Scotland need to level up their capabilities if they’re going to compete on a global scale, according to the developer behind the Kincardine Offshore Floating Wind Farm.