Carbon Circle UK has appointed Scott Robertson as its general manager, as the venture looks to support the UK’s growing roster of energy transition projects.
Aberdeen firm Balmoral has announced the appointment of a new non-executive director as the company aims to cement its global offshore wind ambition.
UK subsea sector leaders plan to use their oil and gas expertise to “dominate” the floating wind mooring and dynamic cables markets in coming years.
The head of Danish energy giant Orsted says the US is an attractive place to build new offshore wind farms even after inflationary shocks devastated the sector over the past year.
A new survey of early-career workers suggests nearly half the general population would not consider a job in oil and gas, as industry leaders ponder how to plug a looming skills gap.
The UK will pull out of a controversial post-Cold War energy treaty after talks to bring the accord in line with the country’s climate goals stalled.
EnQuest’s Magnus platform has potential to be powered by geothermal energy if converted for carbon capture and storage (CCS), a study has found.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is starting to take shape, as industry takes steps to decarbonise and confidence growing from customers.
Scottish Government announces Stage 2 projects under the Strategic Investment Model
Sullom Voe will continue to 'define the economic landscape of Shetland', he told guests at Prosper's Annual Lecture in Aberdeen.
The BP Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub was initially set to be sanctioned in "early 2023".
Subsea sector leaders are calling for greater industrial support and project surety to help them navigate the energy transition.
H2H Saltend project aims to "kick-start" decarbonisation initiatives in the surrounding Humber region.
Independent North Sea operator Kistos (AIM:KIST) has agreed to purchase two onshore gas storage sites from EDF Energy for £25 million.
The heads of major industrial companies want the European Union to cut energy costs and the regulatory burden of green rules to help the region stay competitive as the energy transition accelerates.
The board of Orsted selected Lene Skole to take over as chair as the company’s management navigates a turnaround plan following heavy losses in its US offshore wind business last year.
South Africa’s Presidential Climate Commission said the energy ministry has an inadequate plan to tackle the country’s power supply crisis and its lack of attention to air quality and climate change puts it in conflict with the law and international agreements.
Ed Miliband has promised Labour will deliver where the SNP has failed with its planned publicly-owned energy company.
Norway has confirmed the final roster of five consortia bidding for acreage in its first major offshore wind leasing round.
Welding is set to be one of the energy transition's most prized skills, but the UK risks falling behind unless more projects and talent can be locked in over the next decade.
As offshore wind continues to evolve, becoming one of our principal sources of low carbon energy, the available seabed space suitable for the installation of fixed turbines will shrink.
The world’s largest carbon-capture project is at risk of never being built because of uncertainty about Canadian government incentives, according to Wood Mackenzie Ltd.
‘We cannot underestimate the sheer scale of what is required’, says GUH boss.
Aberdeen’s Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) is set to dish out up to £100,00 each to 12 start-ups through its TechX Clean Energy Accelerator.
The EastWind cluster has announced its formal conception as a not-for-profit company, as members look to expand its reach amid a growing offshore wind pipeline.