The organisation behind the nation’s smart metering network has set out how its platform could be used to support the move to net zero.
Engineers have successfully installed the first offshore electrical infrastructure at Moray East, one of the largest offshore wind developments in Scotland.
A joint venture between UK-headquarterd energy services firm Petrofac and Azerbaijan’s state oil company has secured a £77 million contract with BP Azerbaijan.
A marine and risk consultancy firm is offering struggling businesses in the north-east a helping hand to try and support them through the pandemic.
Borr Drilling has appointed Patrick Schorn as its new chief executive officer, succeeding Svend Anton Maier who will remain with the company as a special adviser.
Shetland firms interested in securing work on a major wind farm project are being encouraged to register on a website used by large companies to publicise tenders.
Oil and gas explorer i3 Energy has agreed a deal to sell part of its soon-to-be-acquired assets in a deal worth £25 million.
The UK Government will conduct a review of current energy infrastructure at sea as it sets its sights on expanding offshore renewables.
Leading figures in onshore wind have voiced concerns that a lack of resources for local authorities could create a “barrier” to renewable projects.
Shares in Simec Atlantis Energy, which operates the MeyGen tidal array in the Pentland Firth, plummeted today.
Logan Energy has won a £2.25 million contract to build two new hydrogen refuelling stations (HRS) in the north-east of England.
A world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and software development will give the keynote address at the ENGenious Online 2020 conference next month.
Energy services firm Petrofac has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Storegga Geotechnologies in an effort to drive new clean energy developments.
The UK continental shelf (UKCS) has a “significant role” to play in helping governments achieve their net zero targets in the coming decades, a new report said.
The leading representative body for the UK’s offshore oil and gas sector has partnered with Skills Development Scotland to signpost support for oil and gas workers impacted by redundancy.
Petrofac has shared details of a number of contracts that will potentially be put out to tender over the next year.
Scientists at Surrey University are to begin work on a new lithium-ion battery technology that could be capable of capturing carbon dioxide emissions.
A leading IT expert expects North Sea oil and gas operators to adopt a hybrid of traditional and new working practices post Covid-19.
A new fund designed to support local regeneration and drive green recovery around Scotland’s coast post Covid-19 has been launched.
An innovative scarecrow system could help tackle the foul issue of seabird droppings on offshore wind farms and platforms.
Work to install a huge power link cable between Shetland and the Scottish mainland is expected to get underway later this month after the main contractors were appointed.
Safety leaders have voiced concerns that a backlog of maintenance work may have built up offshore during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Oil and gas bosses have praised the industry’s “continuing efforts” after production efficiency on the UK Continental Shelf hit the Holy Grail of 80% last year.
Bosses at Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) are looking to push on with remote working practices after seeing an “improvement in performance” during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The installation of a major undersea cable in the Highlands contributed an estimated £4.5 million to the local economy.