Japanese company PowerX plans to revolutionise the export of electricity from offshore wind farms by displacing power cables with robot ships packed with banks of high-tech, rechargeable batteries.
Optimising the placement of turbines within a wind farm can significantly increase energy extraction, but only up to a point.
Clyde Training Solutions (CTS), recognised as the premier marine and offshore training centre in the central belt of Scotland, is expanding its GWO renewables training infrastructure and course offering.
Pipeline technology specialist STATS Group has successfully completed the largest number of simultaneous pipeline isolation projects in its 23 year history.
I'm sure that anyone reading this article will agree that there is still a long way to go in terms of removing the stigma around Mental Health. We know and understand that mental health difficulties can be supported and treated. So why are we typically so slow to ask for the help that we need?
Workable solutions to achieve net zero in the UK’s energy sector by 2050 must not underestimate the pivotal role training the supply chain workforce will play in a successful energy transition, says ECITB chief executive Chris Claydon.
Diversity and inclusion has been in focus for the energy industry for a long time. Increased efforts in creating welcoming, safe and inclusive working environments have seen the sector take massive strides in recent years, in a bid to attract and retain top tier talent
We have a vision to be the go-to well abandonment and decommissioning partner to our clients, delivering a full range of services and equipment across decommissioning project life spans – from plugging and abandonment to pipeline clearance and structural removal.
I like to think that by now nobody in Scotland with an IQ greater than 1 hasn’t realised that climate change is a real and present danger. The IPCC “Code Red” report, record temperatures, destructive floods and the very disturbing news that the Gulf Stream is showing signs of slowing down is surely enough to convince even the most stubborn that we really do need to phase out the burning of fossil fuels and make other quite dramatic changes to how we live and work.
It is all too often incredibly difficult to determine the truth in this day and age, especially in the murky worlds of politics and Big Business.
Parts of the US energy industry’s reputation as a reliable employer is challenged, according to a Deloitte report.
The UK economy depends on secure, affordable and increasingly lower carbon sources of energy. Under all scenarios, hydrocarbons will continue to play an important role to 2050 and beyond.
North-east firm Genny Hire is showing its staying power by making substantial investments in its fleet.
Growing energy demand heightened by climate change and Covid-19 challenges has seen the oil and gas industry tightly embrace smarter and more sustainable technologies. The motivation is to quickly grasp net zero targets, while safely optimising oil and gas production.
“At BP, I think we try to do the right thing,” says Emeka Emembolu, the energy giant’s North Sea boss.
An alliance exploring offshore platform electrification in the UK can act as the “glue” that binds together a range of stakeholder interests and make projects a reality.
In a recent survey by International SOS, 88% of global health professionals predicted that the health requirements of their organisation would increase in complexity. Mental health support, infectious disease control and regulatory compliance are believed to be the biggest drivers of this, with 74% of all respondents believing that their organisation’s investment in health will increase over the next 10 years.
Would you have guessed that the OGA has already been with us for six years? The extensive powers it was given in the Energy Act 2016 have been in force for nearly five years: those include the ability to impose sanctions on companies for breaching a licence or their obligations under that act, or for failing to comply with the OGA Strategy.
Precisely 101 years ago this month, American women got the constitutional right to vote.
The owners of Spirit Energy will put the exploration and production company’s Norwegian business up for sale separately.
Spirit Energy has found more gas at Grove, "significantly" extending the life of the southern North Sea field.
Energy services group Hunting warned today that its full year earnings would be £7.3 million lower than in 2020.
A new collective bargaining agreement covering thousands of North Sea workers will deliver a 2.32% pay rise from the start of next year.
The flexibility, skills and savings offered by contractors mean energy companies must learn to cope with IR35 reform
This is what Energy & Climate Change Minister Anne-Marie Trevelyan had to say about the recent hydrogen strategy: