A pioneering project that would use wastewater from an Aberdeenshire distillery as a feedstock for producing clean-burning “green” hydrogen is in the running for a funding injection.
A trade union claims it has uncovered a case of the minimum wage law being “flouted” in the UK offshore renewables sector.
Scottish firm Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy device has taken the plunge in Orkney ahead of sea trials this summer.
International metals group GFG Alliance, which owns Fort William aluminium smelter, is under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO).
Independent Oil and Gas (IOG) is joining forces with Heriot-Watt University to study the potential for carbon capture and storage (CCS) in its southern North Sea licence areas.
An Orkney-based marine services company has set a course to double the size of its business thanks to £5.3m from lenders.
Energy Voice’s coverage of an all-subsea development for Clair South took me back to 1981.
Shares in Wood dropped by more than 6% today, with the global engineering and consultancy firm sticking to its prediction of a fairly subdued 2021.
Higher oil and gas prices, tax refunds and “tight cost control” helped Neptune Energy overcome a drop in production to lift its profits by two-thirds in the first quarter.
Law firm Burness Paull is targeting growth for its energy business after pulling off a “coup” with the appointment of Bob Ruddiman.
Cleaning up the former nuclear power site at Dounreay and its surrounding area could become quicker and cheaper following a breakthrough by scientists.
Electric car maker Tesla will stop accepting Bitcoin as a payment due to concerns about the environmental impact of the cryptocurrency.
Expats on a rig off western Australia have warned that safety would be compromised after Maersk Drilling was forced to “reassess” unpaid leave requests amid the country’s strict Covid regime.
A fresh example of the pressure mounting on oil and gas firms to speed up their transitions away from fossil fuels was served up by investors at BP’s annual general meeting today.
The boss at BP says the support provided to people leaving the company during its restructuring could be taken as a sign of its commitment to a just transition.
Neptune Energy has thrown its hat in the ring for a licence that would underpin a combined carbon capture and blue hydrogen project in the UK, it has emerged.
The long-stalled push to build massive wind farms in the Atlantic Ocean along the U.S. East Coast took a crucial step forward Tuesday as the Biden administration approved plans for a project off Martha’s Vineyard.
Petrofac said today that its chief financial officer, Alastair Cochran, will leave the energy services firm.
EnQuest said today that it is “on track” to refinance its senior credit facility, paving the way for it to complete a North Sea acquisition.
Energy giant BP has confirmed that a subsea development is among the options being weighed up for its Clair South project, west of Shetland.
Professor Abbie McLaughlin, from the University of Aberdeen’s Department of Chemistry, takes a look at the opportunities presented by a research breakthrough that could enable the widespread use of hydrogen energy to power transport and homes as part of the energy transition.
Scottish oil and gas firm Cairn Energy was on the end of a stinging shareholder revolt over bosses’ pay today.
Mobile green battery start-up Carbon Neutral Energy (CNE), of Aberdeen, is looking to set up a base in Texas, just two months after launching.
A new energy storage firm with backing from private-equity house Bluewater plans to invest $250 million.
Drilling contractor Archer is buying Norwegian well intervention company DeepWell for £15 million.