The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) has today published its plan for a Green Recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.
Neptune Energy today announced a major milestone for the Touat gas facility in Algeria, with operatorship having been formally passed to Groupement Touat Gaz (GTG).
One of the UK's largest private companies has struck a five billion dollar (£4 billion) deal to buy a wing of BP that had fallen out of favour at the oil giant.
Stakeholder pressure, falling unit costs, a heightened sense of moral and social responsibility (perhaps) - if you had asked observers six months ago to list the factors they deemed responsible for driving the energy transition, these are, inter alia, the responses you may have received. Whilst the varying importance of the converging forces behind the recent surge in net-zero commitments has and will continue to be debated, one thing is for sure - a global health crisis would not have been top of the list.
Oilfield technology firm Hunting said on Monday that it was slashing its global workforce by a quarter in response to the oil price drop and Covid-19 pandemic.
A global procurement chief at BP has said sending letters to suppliers demanding price reductions is “disrespectful” and “absolutely the wrong thing to do" for the oil and gas industry.
Score Group’s Conrad Ritchie has ended his 32 year career at the firm after the family business was sold to private equity company SCF Partners.
The shale bust has reached a grim milestone by claiming the pioneer of America’s drilling renaissance. But Chesapeake Energy Corp., which filed for bankruptcy protection on Sunday, is just the latest in a long list of casualties.
A continuous improvement (CI) professional has started up an Aberdeen consultancy which she believes can support North Sea industry’s post-Covid transformation.
A North Sea oil worker has captured stunning footage of the moment a pod of orcas surrounded his vessel.
Hefty investments and lengthy contract wins have put Brimmond Group in a “strong financial position” from which to ride out the latest oil industry downcycle, bosses said.
Work to create the UK’s largest community-owned hydro scheme in Lochaber will begin following the agreement of a £6.5 million finance package.
Marine consulting and safety specialists AMS Global Group has announced the appointment of a new board director as it focuses on growth markets and record revenues.
India’s largest private refinery halted purchases of Venezuelan oil, putting additional pressure on the Latin American country’s beleaguered oil industry.
Norway’s plan for a full-scale carbon capture and storage project could end up a financial disaster, according to a new report that includes an increased cost estimate for the venture.
Dozens of jobs have been lost at a north-east energy firm, with its parent company stepping back from part of the market.
Investment in green-energy projects is crucial to Scotland’s economic recovery post COVID-19.
The developers of a major wind farm off Moray have awarded a £150,000 deal for toilets and washing stations to combat the spread of Covid-19.
Against the backdrop of current circumstances in the oil market, it is increasingly hard to predict what the future holds for the decommissioning industry. The oil price will have a significant effect on depleted and marginal fields and may push already conservative profit-making operations into the red. This, combined with COVID-19, has created more of an impasse for the market than arguably seen before.
Berlin’s €9 billion support package for hydrogen has given the power-to-gas industry an injection of impetus it sorely needs in order to get projects off the ground.
No boat? No problem! National Grid powers ahead passing halfway mark to lay the world’s longest subsea cable
Construction of the longest subsea power cable in the world has now passed the halfway point and achieved a major engineering feat to enable Norway’s zero carbon hydro energy to be shared with the UK.
The starting gun has been fired for investors and developers seeking new offshore wind opportunities in Scottish waters with the launch of the ScotWind Leasing programme.
One of the offshore oil and gas industry’s most significant business development events is going digital in July when OGUK launches the first of its series of Share Fair Spotlight webinars featuring the forward work plans of Spirit Energy next week.
An investigation has been launched after a cargo ship ran aground as it entered Aberdeen Harbour.
ExxonMobil is exploring opportunities to invest in LNG-to-power projects in Vietnam as the country faces chronic electricity shortages and Hanoi welcomes US companies to fix a trade imbalance.