Indonesia needs up to $35 billion investment to build an electric vehicle (EV) ecosystem in the next five to ten years. This will place Indonesia in a key position in the global EV supply chain, according to Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment Luhut Binsar Panjaitan.
A north-east engineering giant founded by the family of Sir Ian Wood has won a design contract on a carbon capture project in England that beat out a rival bid in Scotland in a recent competition.
Some of the energy industry’s biggest names are calling on the UK Government to make Scotland part of its initial carbon capture and storage (CCS) plans.
Troubled renewables firm Simec Atlantis Energy (SAE) (LON: SAE) has announced that one of its board members has left with immediate effect.
Global Energy Group (GEG) is to trial a “ground-breaking” electron beam welding technology at its Port of Nigg facility in the Highlands.
Australia, one of the world’s top per-capita polluters, finally agreed to a plan to zero out its carbon emissions by 2050 but fell short of committing to harder short-term targets demanded by climate activists.
Singapore is seeking proposals for up to a total of four gigawatts (GW) of low-carbon electricity imports by 2035 as part of the Southeast Asian city state’s efforts to decarbonise its power sector.
Scotland’s First Minister has questioned the decision not to award government funding to the Acorn CCS project.
A renowned Scottish distillery has unveiled multi-million pound plans to install a biomass facility in order to decarbonise its operations.
Rich countries have failed to meet their pledge to contribute $100 billion a year to poor nations confronting climate change, undermining the chances of success at a key COP26 summit this month.
Thousands of delegates will gather in Glasgow in a few days for United Nations talks aimed at staving off catastrophic climate change. Just 80 miles north of the city, a tree-planting project in the Scottish Highlands underscores one of the toughest issues they’ll have to entangle.
Aberdeen City Council (ACC) has picked oil and gas giant BP (LON: BP) as the preferred bidder to help build a green hydrogen production hub.
An investigation is underway after a hub of three 61-metre turbine blades were dropped at the Ormonde offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea.
Woodside (ASX:WPL) today unveiled plans for a A$1 billion ($748 million) hydrogen export plant south of Perth that is designed to export low carbon energy overseas and boost renewable energy supplies in Western Australia.
Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, committed to ending planet-warming emissions by 2060 but made clear the new plan won't work if the country is stopped from continuing to pump millions of barrels a day for decades.
Ahead of UN climate change conference COP26, the Scottish pro-cyclist cycled across the turbine, a stunt which has never been attempted before.
More than 190 countries signed on the dotted line of the Paris Agreement in 2015, forming a new global consensus on the imperative to halt rising temperatures. The collective results since then haven’t been enough.
Climate change is set to warm the world, the US has warned, in more ways than one.
Scotland’s cabinet secretary for energy, net zero and transport has cut the ribbon on a key facility for the country’s largest offshore wind farm
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK is “reviewing” its North Sea fields to judge whether they could be used to stow emissions.
ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) is planning a carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) project at its giant Cepu block in East Java, said Dwi Soetjipto, the head of Indonesia’s upstream regulator SKK Migas.
Boris Johnson has insisted the north-east’s Scottish Cluster carbon capture bid “still has strong potential” despite the UK Government choosing to reject the project.
Italy’s Falck Renewables will sell its founding family’s 60% holding in the company to an investment vehicle run by JPMorgan Chase & Co, in a deal valuing the company at nearly $3 billion.
Survey finds over half of executives working in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use CCUS to bust emissions
More than half of businesses in hard-to-abate sectors plan to use carbon capture, utilisation and storage to tackle emissions, a new survey has found.
UK business secretary Kwasi Kwarteng has been grilled over the decision to reject the Scottish Cluster from the first round of a £1billion government carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) competition.