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.
Oil and gas operators may have to be increasingly aware of the legal concept of "good faith" when drawing up future contracts, according to one of the UK’s foremost legal experts.
Trade unions and environmental groups are calling for political party manifestos to include commitments to deliver on green jobs promises.
CGG has announced the completion of the first phase of its largest ever seafloor survey in the UK central North Sea (CNS).
The developers of a new initiative aimed at speeding up the level of innovation in the energy sector are also hopeful it will alter attitudes towards digitalisation.
It's thought a new air and surface decontamination system could be used to minimise the risk of a Covid-19 outbreak offshore.
Unions, local business and industry representatives have joined forces to challenge what they call a “renewables scandal too far”, after supply chain firm BiFab failed to secure any contracts for a major offshore wind project.
The UK Government is being urged to set cost reduction targets for renewable hydrogen in order to provide cheap energy for consumers.
The boss of one of Scotland's leading renewable developments has warned the country needs to be proactive if it’s going to maintain its places as a "world leader" in floating wind.
Green energy produced by UK and Dutch North Sea wind farms could soon be fed into both countries domestic systems as part of efforts to hit net zero carbon goals.
Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted has launched its new service operations vessel.
A leading environmental group is calling on the UK Government to price energy emissions more effectively in order to meet net zero targets.
The European Union will unleash as many green bonds as the world issued last year, testing the level of investor interest in financing a shift toward cleaner economies.
Oil and gas producer Wintershall Dea Norge has awarded a contract to Odfjell Drilling to complete the drilling of at least four operated wells next year.
For much of their working lives, Aberdeenshire-based subsea engineering firm Aleron’s Mike Bisset and John Walker were in direct competition.
SSE has been given the green light to build parts of the Viking wind farm on crofting land.
Oil headed for its first back-to-back weekly losses since April’s price rout, driven by a sharp slump in risk sentiment earlier in the week and a patchy demand recovery.
A Scottish energy transition group has applied for funding in an effort to push on with plans to decarbonise swathes of industry north of the border.
Oil recovered some of its losses with a rally in equities providing support to prices even as industry data pointed to a surprise increase in American crude stockpiles.
A trio of trade bodies have announced a new partnership to help promote and drive the transition to a net zero economy.
Saipem has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with a leading energy infrastructure operator to start working together on new energy transition technologies.
The British public wants government to play a bigger role in tackling climate change, including bringing forward a ban on diesel and gasoline cars and taxing frequent fliers.