Ofo, the world's first and largeststation-free bike-sharing platform, signed an agreement with C40 in Paris on Oct22nd to establish joint efforts in tackling worldwide climate change issues.
Noble Energy Partners has entered into an agreement with PLS Advisory Servicesto evaluate and negotiate mid-stream oil and natural gas pipeline assets in the United Kingdom.
A US technology firm is to receive almost £300,000 in funding to develop seismic surveys of the North Sea.
The operators of a controversial fracking site have rescued two protesters who broke in and climbed 60ft on to a platform.
Plans for a national investment bank could transform Scotland's economy and create thousands of green jobs, campaigners have said.
In a recent World Economic Forum report, Accenture estimated that the digital transformation in the oil and gas industry could unlock approximately $1.6 trillion of value for the industry and wider society over the next 10 years. Watch the video to discover the primary areas where digital trends merge to drive the most value.
US-allied forces have captured Syria's largest oil field from the Islamic State group.
The body of Timothy Morrison was discovered five days after an oil platform explosion.
A contractor has died after being buried on site at a Suncor oilsands mine near Fort McMurray in Edmonton.
Opec’s Secretary General Mohammad Barkindo sat down to discuss the steps to build a consensus to extend production cuts. The industry veteran also discusses market impact surrounding the uncertainty of the Iran nuclear deal. Watch the video to find out more.
Firefighters at the Sellafield nuclear site will stage a fresh strike on Thursday in a dispute over pay and conditions.
Households in Greater Manchester are being encouraged to save money by switching to renewable electricity in a "pioneering" green scheme.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has published guidance on the legal obligations on industry concerning petroleum-related information and samples, plans and co-ordinators which are being brought into force on Monday, 21st October 2017.
The Seanamic Group has today announced its acquisition of Flexlife, the specialists in the integrity management of flexible pipelines and umbilicals.
The US Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act (INARA), enacted in May 2015, calls for the president to issue a certification to Congress every 90 days regarding Iran's compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). If the president fails to issue the certification, INARA provides an expedited process for re-imposing US-Iran sanctions that were lifted under the JCPOA.
Recent increases in domestic electricity prices – including last month’s massive 12.5% hike by British Gas – have fuelled the current debate on energy prices. The recent price cap on energy bills proposed by the prime minister last week is welcome relief for many domestic consumers stuck on expensive standard variable rate (SVR) tariffs.
Energy Minister Richard Harrington will hear how important the "all-energy" East of England is to the nation’s future energy security from a 200-strong industry delegation at Westminster next week.
The new oil and gas operator to be formed in a joint venture between Bayerngas Norge and Centrica’s exploration and production (E&P) business will be called Spirit Energy.
One man is still missing after an explosion on an oil platform in Louisiana.
Iraqi soldiers moved late Sunday to take over oilfields in the northern city of Kirkurk from Kurdish forces, pushing crude prices higher amid reports of deadly clashes. Standard University director of Iranian studies Abbas Milani weights in. Watch the video to find out more.
Iraqi Kurdish officials have said that federal forces and state-backed militias have launched a "major, multi-pronged" attack aimed at retaking the disputed northern city of Kirkuk.
Scott Darling, head of regional oil and gas at JPMorgan, discusses Trump’s hardline stance on Iran and what that will mean for the global markets. Watch the video to hear his take on Brent.
Shaping a sustainable, fair and competitive energy market for the future is a major challenge for both Scottish and UK Governments. Technology outpaces policy; our needs and capabilities are changing as fast as in the era of electrification. Yet the ghost of fuel poverty stubbornly refuses to be slain.
Former Pensions Minister Sir Steve Webb will be a keynote speaker at a free-to-attend forum on employee benefits.
The energy regulator Ofgem has urged suppliers to help customers before they get themselves into unmanageable levels of debt.