Nearly half of the UK offshore wind projects needed to reach 2030 net zero targets are only at the concept stage, according to new research.
The UK legal system makes it “nearly impossible” to challenge new oil and gas developments on climate grounds, according to an Aberdeen University lecturer.
Allseas has won what it has described as the largest ever single decommissioning contract for the UK North Sea by weight with operator Taqa.
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has brought energy security into the spotlight and Norway is stepping up to meet demands while providing stable finances for producers and leading the way in decarbonisation.
War of the roses: Aberdeen councillors clash over £16,000 for new flowers in Piper Alpha memorial garden
Aberdeen councillors have clashed over planting thousands of pounds worth of roses in the Piper Alpha memorial garden.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK has appointed Nicolas Foucart as its new chief executive, replacing Jose Luis Muñoz as of today.
UK-based seismic technology provider, STRYDE, has signed a contract with Polaris Natural Resources following its successful use of the STRYDE nodal system in Namibia and Zimbabwe.
European energy prices plunged on signs that the region is stepping up efforts to curb a crisis that threatens to tip the region into recession with winter approaching.
CeraPhi Energy has signed an agreement to provide drilling and intervention services to Halliburton in exchange for in-kind engineering and project management support.
A 300ft wind turbine in South Wales collapsed in 50mph winds causing it to "overspeed", snapping its blades.
North Sea oil and gas workers could be poised to stage a second series of wildcat strikes in less than a year.
Equinor and Wintershall Dea have partnered up in the development of a Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) value chain connecting continental European CO2 emitters to offshore storage sites on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Offshore equipment and solutions provider, Aquaterra Energy has appointed Anne Haase as renewables director to drive the offshore renewable energy arm of the business.
Ping Petroleum owner DNeX has published "stellar results" for the financial year ended 30 June 2022, with nearly £135 million in profits after tax and revenues of £270m.
European natural gas prices plunged the most since March after Germany said its gas stores are filling up faster than planned.
Three young Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) scholars have received apprenticeship positions with Trillium Flow Technologies.
Aberdeen-based Verlume has appointed Andy Martin as its new chief commercial officer and has made two internal promotions for chief technology officer and chief operating officer roles.
With ONS 2022 starting today and making an in-person return after four years, the energy industry is excited to see what the conference has in store.
London-based Neptune Energy announced a new commercial oil discovery at the Ofelia exploration well, near the Gjøa field in Norway.
“The past is where you learned the lesson. The future is where you apply the lesson. Don’t give up in the middle!” Dale Carnegie, American writer and lecturer.
This year's Future Offshore (FOS) event in Aberdeen today kicked off with a keynote speech from the UK's ambassador to Norway.
GMVi has launched new well-risk analysis software for North Sea operators that could keep wells safe and boost production value by up to $500 million a year.
Malaysian-based Hibiscus Petroleum has released its Q4 reports for the financial year, ending the 30th of June 2022, reporting gross profits of £45.84 million.
Saltend Chemicals Park owner, PX Group, has been awarded a 10-year Operations & Maintenance (O&M) contract by ReNew ELP at the world’s first commercial-scale plastic recycling plant.
Today Neptune Energy announced it has begun an infill drilling campaign at its operated Cygnus gas field that has enough potential to unlock enough gas to heat an additional 200,000 UK homes per year from this winter.