Bosses at Aberdeen-based Parkmead Group have been “spending a lot of time” talking to oil majors about potential acquisitions.
Solar-powered luminous trees, kinetic energy tiles in the home and washing machines that use rain water were among the ideas to light up an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
Energy supplier SSE has announced it will be freezing household energy prices until at least April 2017.
Campaigners from a small village go to the High Court next week to challenge one of the first planning applications to carry out fracking in England.
One of the oil world's longest and best kept secrets may finally be revealed. Saudi Arabia is preparing to unveil how much oil it holds, a closely guarded state secret that has been kept quiet for decades.
Pupils from across the north-east got the chance to experience life offshore as part of a corporate education initiative.
The boss at Parkmead Group hailed an “excellent year of progress” as the firm added to its portfolio and narrowed its losses significantly in the 12 months to June 30.
Bosses at Premier Oil said yesterday that lenders were unlikely to block the firm’s plans to invest in new development projects.
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Lloyd’s Register has launched a new service to un-cloud the regulatory and technical aspects of oil and gas decommissioning.
Taiwanese officials officially opened Danish firm Dong Energy’s office in Taipei yesterday.
Centrica plans to sanction its $650million Oda field in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea later this year, a news report said today.
A company owned by the family of EnQuest chief executive Amjad Bseisu bought £7million worth of new shares in the London-listed oil firm.
Premier Oil today revealed details of revised terms for its long-awaited refinancing.
Shell yesterday revealed plans to shut its finance office in Glasgow in a move expected to result in 380 job losses.
John McRobbie, the last in a long line of operations manager for Shell’s Brent field, remembers the moment he chose a career in the oil and gas industry with great clarity.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) will host a “hackathon” event aimed at bringing down well construction costs in Aberdeen next month.
The Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal by Providence in its dispute with Transocean about wasted spread costs.
A third of working families are struggling to pay their energy bills and half are planning to cut their use to afford them, a survey has found.
Oil and gas skills body Opito is leading an initiative to make more of the training courses it approves available online.
Iqarus, an energy sector healthcare provider based in Aberdeen, has appointed its first chief technology officer.
A Norwegian safety body has accused offshore accommodation provider Prosafe of failing to address issues on one of its tender support vessels.
Central Asia focused Tethys Petroleum suffered a 46% slump in third quarter revenues due to a drop in production and the devaluation of the Kazakh currency.
Companies are being given the chance to choose which renewable energy projects power their business, with the launch of a new peer-to-peer online marketplace.
Subsea technology firms will showcase their cost-lowering, efficiency driving products and systems at an event in Aberdeenshire tomorrow.