Oil accelerated losses with workers in the U.S. Gulf heading back following Hurricane Delta’s landfall and Libya taking a major step toward reopening its biggest field.
Sullom Voe has welcomed a supertanker that’s been described as one of the “largest vessels” seen in the harbour for several years.
Several jobs have been saved at an Aberdeen oil and gas services firm after it was bought out of administration.
Libya took a major step toward reviving its battered oil industry by reopening its biggest field, presenting a new headache for OPEC+ as the alliance of major producers tries to curb global supplies.
Neptune Energy has announced plans to adopt new cloud based technologies in an effort to improve efficiency and significantly reduce non-productive time.
The harsh reality facing many coastal communities up and down the UK today gives a sad irony to the iconic music hall song “I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside”.
Experts in international trade are predicting the Asia-Pacific region will lead the world in offshore renewables growth post-Covid-19, creating a swathe of opportunities for Scottish supply chain companies.
The floating offshore wind sector will have to overcome “huge” mobilisation challenges in order to get up and running, according to an industry expert.
A new group has been set up to make sure Scotland’s energy supply chain companies benefit from new floating offshore wind projects in Scotland and the UK.
Two oil and gas chiefs have been recognised for their contributions to industry in the Queen’s Birthday 2020 Honours List.
The first turbine foundation for Ørsted’s huge Hornsea Two offshore wind development in the Southern North Sea has been installed.
The head of the Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group is confident Westminster’s “green industrial revolution” pledge will create opportunities for the city to demonstrate its expertise.
US oil and gas majors are lagging significantly behind their European counterparts in adapting to the energy transition, according to a new report.
Offshore wind consultancy firm OWC has hired James Rinkel to lead the development of its project engineering team.
BP Chargemaster has been awarded a contract worth up to £21 million by Police Scotland to supply electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure across its estates.
Crew members on an oil vessel in Cromarty Firth are isolating after a colleague who remains on board tested positive for Covid-19.
Zero Carbon Humber Partnership submits £75 million bid to advance UK’s first net zero industrial cluster
Twelve leading companies and organisations across the Humber have jointly submitted a bid worth around £75 million to accelerate decarbonisation in the UK’s most carbon intensive industrial region.
Boris Johnson’s plan to quadruple the size of the U.K. offshore wind industry will require $58 billion of investment and careful management of what’s a tricky building process in some of the world’s roughest waters.
‘It was the real opening of the North Sea scramble’ – former BP chief executive Lord Browne reflects on Forties discovery 50 years on
There are few better to reflect on the vast opportunities and challenges presented by the discovery of the Forties Field half a century ago than Lord John Browne.
Oil advanced to the highest in two weeks as Hurricane Delta heads toward the energy-producing Gulf of Mexico region.
A leading trade union has labelled Boris Johnson’s plans to make the UK a world leader in clean energy as “hollow words”.
A ship moored in Aberdeen harbour has been detained by authorities amid welfare concerns for the crew on board.
The renewables industry has been reacting to the prime minister’s commitment to implement a “green industrial revolution” that will generate hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Every home in the country will be powered by offshore wind within 10 years, Boris Johnson will tell the Conservative conference on Tuesday as he pledges a green industrial revolution that will create hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Almost three-quarters of the pandemic-driven jobs losses in the U.S. petroleum and chemical sectors may not come back before the end of next year, according to Deloitte LLP.