A Faroese delegation has been in Aberdeen last week for discussions with five key oil companies, the Oil and Gas Authority, Oil and Gas UK and at least one major subsea contractor regarding future Atlantic Frontier prospects.
Governments are to face renewed calls for dramatic action to tackle climate change as a major report on limiting global temperature rises to 1.5C is published.
Helicopter manufacturer Sikorsky has claimed its S-92 will remain the leading helicopter in the North Sea “for decades to come”.
An energy transition is under way on a scale and at a speed that is unprecedented, forced by the growing realisation that climate change is a serious and growing issue, though at what pace remains hotly debated, writes Jeremy Cresswell
Six north and north-east businesses have been listed among the top 250 companies for growth in the UK.
Norwegian energy service company Aker Solutions will supply a subsea production system for Petrobras' Mero 1 project off Brazil's coast.
Pub quiz time. What is the connection between the opening game at the World Cup in June and the fact that we are now heading towards 140p a litre at the pumps, and rising?
The United Arab Emirates is a great place to live and work, but you can’t get a decent rowie “for love nor money”, a businessman said at an event in Aberdeen yesterday.
To curb greenhouse gas emissions, nations, states, and major conurbations/cities should aim for a mix of fuel-saving, plus flexible and highly reliable sources of energy.
The chance to help grow the company was the reason a trio of engineers left giant North Sea firms for relative newcomer Katoni Engineering.
The last flu season to grip the UK was the worst in seven years. With its grim effects so fresh in the public consciousness and the 2018-19 flu season fast approaching, now is the time for businesses to recognise the potential commercial consequences to being ill-prepared.
Guests at this year’s Energy Snow Ball will be sure to have the look of love as Eighties chart-toppers ABC take to the stage.
I remember clearly the chit-chat in the 1980s about the prospects of creating some form of Scottish Schlumberger. It was a worthy ambition but ultimately one that was never going to be achieved.
Highland Council has lodged plans for a hydro power scheme in Inverness that could provide electricity for three city landmarks.
Oil-rich Aberdeen is now home to 20 foodbanks, outnumbering other Scottish cities, shock figures have revealed.
Solar-powered water splitting is a promising means of generating clean and storable energy, say German university researchers.
If OPEC is the central bank of oil, then the Trump administration is commanding it to run the printing presses at full speed.
Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund is building its case for divesting its massive holdings of oil and gas stocks.
Smaller and newer energy suppliers have again rated the worst for customer service in a ranking based on complaints to Citizens Advice.
Energy services firm Proserv has said North Sea operators could make substantial gains by reclaiming the “lost art” of production chemistry.
Equinor's appraisal volume on the Cape Vulture discovery has confirmed the presence of 50-70 million recoverable barrels of oil.
Prince Charles highlighted the depth of his interest in Aberdeen’s oil industry yesterday during a visit to a new £20 million centre for testing subsea technologies.
Total E&P UK enjoyed an increase in turnover last year, buoyed by a 26% boost to production.
UK oil and gas sector bosses have praised Balmoral Group for its brave investment in world-class subsea testing capabilities.
EnQuest bosses said today that the company had received the all-clear from shareholders to increase its stake in the Magnus field.