A north-east technology start-up has been chosen to deliver artificial intelligence (AI) to Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) under a contract showcasing pioneering new software developed in the region.
Energy customers could face a potential total bill of £172 million stemming from suppliers which have collapsed since the start of last year, according to calculations from Citizens Advice.
"You don’t look like a typical engineer," is a remark I often hear when I explain to those outside the industry what I do for a living. To me, there’s no such thing as a “typical” engineer anymore.
The Government should ban all plastic bags and stop the sale of petrol and diesel cars after 2030, MPs have said.
Twice as many UK energy industry professionals believe companies and not customers will benefit the most financially from the data revolution in energy, a new report said.
Sophie Ewen is currently in her final year of the Oil and Gas Technical Apprentice Programme (OGTAP) and works offshore for Chevron North Sea Limited.
The loss of hundreds of jobs at a British energy firm is down to "rotten leadership", according to a UK workers union.
Siemens AG said it will cut 2,700 jobs at its power and gas division, part of a sweeping overhaul announced last month to spin off the embattled business.
Statkraft AS joined with Statera Energy to build 1 gigawatt of storage in the U.K. with a backup generator fueled by natural gas, part of an effort to profit from the nation’s need to balance its power grid.
The UK looks set to host major international climate talks in 2020 - after reaching a deal with Italy over rival bids to hold the UN meeting.
An offshore worker who drove his wife’s car home and crashed into a neighbour’s truck was fined a total of £750 and banned from driving for 16 months.
New research from KPMG has highlighted a growing gap in business confidence between North Sea energy firms and the wider Scottish and UK economies.
Several people have been arrested after climate change campaigners blocked a main route in the centre of Edinburgh.
A business which has pioneered technology for producing LNG without the need for pipelines has delivered its first shipment in the US.
Airports in the north have been forced to ask the Scottish Government for a near-£4 million funding lifeline to keep them operating this year.
Environment campaigners yesterday set up camp in Scottish Parliament grounds as they began a five-day climate change protest.
Babcock has confirmed that it was approached by outsourcing rival Serco earlier this year with a proposal for a mega-merger between the two companies, but the idea was rejected.
Fewer business are being created in Aberdeen than any other city in the UK, a new report has revealed.
A former oil and gas worker and her ex-energy industry father are tapping into growing demand for wellbeing therapies at their Urban Wellness Hub (UWH) in Aberdeen.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned of the "great risk" of a drift to war with Iran following the attacks last week in the Gulf on two oil tankers.
European Union leaders plan to underscore the importance of the fight against climate change when they meet next week, though their words will stop short of a mandate to move toward zeroing out fossil fuel emissions.
Shell Energy Retail has been forced to pay £390,000 after overcharging around 12,000 energy customers on its default tariffs.
One of the UK's biggest energy firms is to close its last coal-fired power station, threatening the loss of almost 160 jobs.
Two environmentalists have appeared in court in connection with a protest that has brought work on an oil rig to a standstill.
A lifeboat was earlier launched today to attend an oil rig in the Cromarty Firth that is currently being occupied by Greenpeace protestors.