Hydrogen 2024 returns to Amsterdam on April 9-10 at the Leonardo Royal Amsterdam City.
“The world is not just North America and Europe,” he said. “We need the best projects in the best places, not just in the best tax regimes.”
More than 200 young women gathered in Aberdeen last week to discuss innovative solutions to global food, water and energy sector challenges as part of the annual Girls In Energy conference.
17 awards were presented to supply chain companies in categories ranging from innovation and export to digital and diversification at the Energy Industries Council event.
Scottish Renewables has announced the shortlisted nominees for the 2023 Scottish Green Energy Awards, set to be held on November 30 in Edinburgh.
The Oily money out campaign has said it does not expect those protesting to be arrested, but cannot rule it out.
Alasdair Green of AAB looks back at this year's Offshore Europe.
“This is the year to show the world you are central to the solution. This industry can change the global debate and can change the global outcome,” Al Jaber said.
Local leaders and international influencers gather in Aberdeen for Energy Voice's inaugural Women In New Energy conference celebrating the critical role women have in shaping the future of the energy sector.
Over 350 C-level executives from Oil and Gas companies, investors and top service companies will meet with ONHYM to discuss the Nigeria-Morocco pipeline, E&P opportunities in Morocco, and how to get involved in one of the world’s top future energy hubs.
The first-ever Women in New Energy event (W.I.N.E) took place in Aberdeen’s Chester Hotel this week and there is a “huge appetite” for the event, says Think PR’s chief executive.
Aberdeen cross-industry gender equality group AXIS Network has published a scathing assessment of the lack of diversity shown at Offshore Europe, held in Aberdeen this month.
Energy Voice has announced the panel of speakers headlining the inaugural Women In New Energy (W.I.N.E) conference in Aberdeen.
The role of key energy players and decarbonization pathways to cut carbon emissions will be the focus at Energy Transition Europe 2023, Reuters Events announced today.
Participants will be available to meet during dedicated 1:1 meetings with ONHYM and the country’s biggest Project owners, as the event has been tailored to host two full days of non-stop networking for E&P leaders to meet with Moroccan and African players in Marrakech.
For the first time since before the Covid pandemic, Offshore Europe returned to Aberdeen this week to mark its 50th anniversary with delegates and exhibitors singing the praises of the industry event.
Analysts have questioned the feasibility of electrifying major Central North Sea assets given the maturity of the area.
A leading voice on hydrogen has delivered a grim forecast for one of the government’s flagship support schemes.
A ‘holistic’ approach to the UK’s fiscal regime for oil and gas could help speed up transition efforts as firms increasingly operate across multiple sectors, according to analysts from Wood Mackenzie.
A “colossal” £200bn could be spent in the UK North Sea by 2030, but about half of that is in investment doldrums over political uncertainty.
Energy Voice held its 50 Years of Firsts Event at the Maritime Museum in Aberdeen on Wednesday night.
North Sea firms have been moving away from traditional training methods for staff and adopting technology from video games that force workers to live through vital training scenarios in the virtual world.
This year has seen the UK’s political parties go toe to toe in the debate surrounding energy transition, however, OEUK’s Jenny Stanning asks are party views “really that different?”.
Aberdeen University is working on a project where hydrogen could be “banked” in depleted oil and gas reservoirs in the UK North Sea.
Addressing a session on skills and the energy transition, Scottish energy minister Gillian Martin said she would listen to the industry to ensure a supportive policy landscape.