Oilfield services firm Subsea 7 has announced a multi-million pound deal for a North Sea German offshore wind project.
A key climate summit in Glasgow has been postponed until next year due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The Crown Estate Scotland has announced it will use a multi-million investment to increase the scale of commercial offshore wind leasing in the North Sea.
Parkmead Group’s boss said the energy company had “retained its financial strength” despite being pushed into the red by falling gas prices.
Hydropower—converting moving water into energy—is the single biggest source of clean power in the world, but relies on a 200-year-old technology that hasn't changed all that much.
A Scottish administrator has said it is “in conversation” with a number of wind farm funds about providing coronavirus relief.
Green forms of liquefied methane could be a viable fuel for ships to help the industry meet greenhouse-gas emission reduction targets, a study showed.
The world’s biggest developer of offshore wind farms is weighing nearly $13 billion worth of projects in Taiwan, saying that so far the coronavirus outbreak hasn’t shifted its optimism about the region.
Diversified industrial services firm Greenwell Equipment has had a first quarter boost from its work on a major new waste-to-energy plant in Aberdeen.
An oil and gas industry in “survival mode” could put plans to transition to a cleaner energy sector “on the back burner”, according to a top analyst.
Scottish marine energy firm Simec Atlantis Energy has scooped a £1.5 million grant from the Scottish Government to develop its Meygen tidal turbine project.
‘Put a tiger in your tank.’ - The public face of oil and gas looks very different today from the end of the last century, when this popular slogan reappeared. In the past messaging has laid the blame for manmade climate change at the feet of the oil and gas sector. As an industry we have never shied away from our responsibilities to operate, and that does not change today but there is drive and energy to ensure that we operate in a more sustainable manner. The UK’s 2050 commitment to net-zero carbon emissions will spur wider change, creating new sources of energy and new opportunities.
The spread of Covid-19 presents “a crisis unlike anything the market has ever seen” for the wind power sector, according to a top energy research firm.
The world’s biggest carbon market is joining the long list of victims of the economic fallout from the coronavirus.
South Africa should reconsider its role in the ambitious Inga III hydropower project in Congo Kinshasa, a report has argued.
Scotland's largest renewable energy and decarbonisation conference has been postponed due to the growing concern over the spread of Covid-19, organisers said today.
The upcoming ScotWind offshore wind leasing round will go ahead "as planned" despite the uncertainty caused by the spread of coronavirus, the Crown Estate confirmed last night.
Pioneering new wave technology, which could revolutionise the way in which we capture energy from the sea, is being created in Fife.
Technology which is expected to revolutionise how offshore oil and gas industry projects are resourced has secured a further £1.8 million of private investment.
A Dutch supplier of offshore cranes and equipment has launched a UK subsidiary based in north-east Scotland.
With the Government committing an apparent volte face on its renewable energy policy, the sector is now gearing up for what could be a whirlwind of activity when it comes to UK onshore wind developments.
Total has agreed to buy 80% of the 96 megawatt Erebus floating wind project off Wales.
The electric vehicle revolution that by most accounts was ramping up in 2020 faces one of the biggest threats since EVs started to go mainstream in the last decade.
Energy services firm TechnipFMC said this evening that its split into two separate companies would be delayed due to recent market turmoil.