Decom Mission's chief executive Sam Long said "Shame on us" at an Aberdeen event as a student pointed out the difficulties of getting into the industry.
Boston Consulting Group analyst, Martha Vasquez, told Decom Week in Aberdeen that some of us are concerned as to where the money needed for NorthSea decommissioning will come from.
As over a thousand workers took industrial action last week, one man stood alone on the North Sea's Fulmar Platform.
The UK government needs to act now if it wants to be a world leader in the hydrogen sector, industry leaders from Shell and Hydrogen UK have said.
The UK regulator, North Sea Transition Authority, has held a meeting with operators in the region to develop 22 new energy projects that will deliver over a billion barrels.
The more than one thousand workers that have been taking industrial action in the North Sea are bringing their strike action to a close.
The most significant legislative development for employers in the Oil & Gas sector this year is the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill (the “Bill”).
Whether it’s our domestic oil and gas supply from the North Sea, or new off and onshore wind, this part of our United Kingdom is central to our energy needs in the 21st Century.
Campaigners fighting to save an Aberdeen park have been dealt a major blow after the Scottish Government announced it would not intervene.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has said it makes "absolutely no sense to not invest" in resources in the UK, as he faced questions over plans to develop the Rosebank oil and gas field.
The firm behind the upcoming Seagull development in the North Sea, Neptune Energy, has posted Q1 pretax profits of $1,057.6 million.
Ahead of its annual general meeting, Wood said that despite an “uncertain economic outlook, our expectations for 2023 remain unchanged."
In her two decades at Wood in Aberdeen, Jamie Simmers has moved from a junior finance role to leading a team of 100 engineers to operate critical offshore infrastructure in the North Sea.
Local community councils found that 71% of people attending the Hill of Fare wind farm consultation last year were against the project.
The Scottish Government has announced £7 million of investment in renewable hydrogen projects to drive “innovation in the production, storage and distribution.”
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) has turned in a “strong first quarter”, according to chief executive Linda Cook, with the firm on track to meet full-year guidance on hydrocarbon production.
North Sea workers employed by Wood, Petrofac, Stork and Sparrows, have downed tools as part of a second wave of strike action coordinated by Unite the Union.
Huge new energy storage sites across the UK need better regulation to prevent the risk of "toxic" fires, a Conservative former minister has said.
Firms with a licence to drill in the North Sea will report findings of what lies beneath the North Sea to help put together a ‘treasure map’ to support the UK's carbon capture and storage efforts.
The former IOG boss, Andrew Hockey, will be taking on the chief executive role at Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) as of 1 June.
North Sea workers are set to take industrial action this week in an ongoing dispute regarding pay and working conditions.
The North Sea is at a turning point. Hundreds of rigs and their associated marine infrastructure are set to be decommissioned. Oil and gas platforms will begin to move out, and infrastructure for offshore renewable energy will move in.
As the world turns to the UK for the coronation of King Charles III, Energy Voice looks to the dedication he has shown to renewable energy throughout his life.
An analyst claims that the reason for JAPEX's recent investment in Norway is down to windfall tax being "particularly damaging" to the firm.
The group of companies the Project Greensand carbon capture and storage development has created new technology that has monitored that the stored CO2 is where it should be.