Saudi Arabia sees oil price rising over the next two years
A 60MW wind farm has been commissioned in Utah this week with technical support from Scottish renewable energy consultancy, SgurrEnergy.
Top-flight shares plunged into the red after commodity falls weighed on heavyweight oil firms and miners.
The Government has been attacked for not taking emergency action months ago to head off the jobs crisis now gripping the steel industry.
Electric car maker Tesla has unveiled its newest model - its lowest-priced vehicle so far.
A pioneering operation that uses fluid cryogenics as a freeze plug barrier has been tested in a tie up between specialists at Wild Well Global and Saudi Aramco.
Energy firm SSE is closing all its 37 Scottish Hydro Electric shops across the country, putting 119 jobs at risk.
Reducing gas processing costs could help shale gas exploitation in the UK more viable, according to a engineering expert.
Santos has appointed a new senior executive team as the company aims to streamline its operation and cut costs.
Offshore workers have banded together for a charity video single that could storm the charts to raise money for a Scottish cancer charity.
Energy Voice has launched its latest sector research campaign aimed at uncovering industry opportunities in a low oil price environment.
Pilots are flying into a "black hole" when landing on North Sea platforms at night.
Australia's Gorgon project, one of the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects in the world, has shipped its first cargo to Japan.
The activist shareholder attempting to oust the majority of PetroNeft Resources board has it of squandering almost $250million.
Israeli energy company Delek Group swung to a profit in the fourth quarter, boosted by higher natural gas sales and a rise in finance income.
Energy storage and clean fuel company ITM Power, has sold a 1MW electrolyser system with some additional equipment to German power firm ZEAG Energie.
New World Oil and Gas has more than halved its 2015 pretax loss to $4.2m, from a loss of $11.7m in 2014.
Rosneft, the Russian oil producer, has increased its net profit by 2% to $5.2billion (355billion roubles).
Norway's GC Rieber Shipping, through its subsidiary Polar Explorer, has entered into a time charter agreement with cable company Nexans for the CSV Polar King for a fixed period of about eight-and-a-half months.
The UK has the highest number of planned project in the North Sea due to start by 2025, according to new analysis by research firm GlobalData.
A US family is asking the Texas Supreme Court to review an environmental nuisance lawsuit against Marathon Oil.
Statoil's new US boss will focus on "bottom line" targets rather than production figures as he aims to steer the Norwegian energy giant through the US shale gas maelstrom.
Experts have played down the chances the lights could go out this winter, as a series of coal fired power plants close.
Willie Rennie has accused the Scottish Greens of wanting to “close down” the oil and gas industry in the North Sea.
SandRidge Energy has hired advisers to evaluate options including a bankruptcy filing, in what could be the most high-profile reorganisation yet in US shale oil industry.