NZTC has launched ‘Technology Without Borders’ – a new initiative aimed at bridging the energy technology gap between nations in the Global North and South.
Former Centrica CEO Iain Conn speaks to Energy Voice about the opportunities presented by AI, and his thoughts on the latest from Centrica’s E&P business, Spirit Energy.
This month’s Shipping Line clearly shows just how diverse the thinking is becoming in the maritime world as companies strive to slash the carbon footprint of new ships.
Digital construction specialist, Mitosis Digital Technologies, has announced the successful achievement of two ISO accreditations.
Dron & Dickson and Orga have announced an agreement to support the UK market for specialist CAA CAP437 and IALA compliant lighting systems.
Damian Bates, the former editor of the Press and Journal (P&J) newspaper in Aberdeen, has launched a drone – digital twin business serving the oil and gas sector.
Digitisation efforts at the field are like “nothing I’ve ever seen in my career", said CFO Murray Auchincloss.
Highland-based battery firm AMTE fires green subsidy warning shot across UK bows – but is staying in Thurso
Battery company AMTE Power insists it is “committed” to its Thurso base after suggesting it could be tempted to the US to take advantage of President Joe Biden’s green subsidies.
The developers of hydrogen motors for aviation and kite-based wind turbines are amongst the next group of start-ups to secure backing in the Net Zero Technology Centre’s (NZTC) TechX programme.
Global artificial intelligence (AI) seismic interpretation experts Geoteric are continuing to disrupt the market with another world-first software release. The new technology is game-changing for energy companies and will prove critical to operators; enabling them to de-risk well placement, reduce their environmental impact and increase profitability by better predicting future production.
Budding start-ups and energy innovators are being sought for the next round of the Net Zero Technology Centre’s (NZTC) innovation funding programme, with up to £500,000 per project up for grabs.
North-east electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Trojan Energy is to move its headquarters and production facility to the Energy Transition Zone within Altens Industrial Estate.
A new contract has been dished out by the NSTA to connect thousands of tech suppliers to North Sea operators.
STC INSISO has acquired rights to a “revolutionary” artificial intelligence (AI) product developed with Lloyds Register and currently being piloted by Coca Cola.
From “self-healing” paint to tackle corrosion to a battery which can store energy as “liquified air”, 20 winners have been unveiled as part of a £10 million funding competition from the NZTC.
The low carbon energy revolution has become an unstoppable juggernaut as acceptance grows that the threat of catastrophic global climate change must be brought under control.
Interesting as it is to ponder flying or subsea drones, or even walking past a robot on an offshore platform, the future of the North Sea is just as much about strides in data and digitalisation.
If the hype is to be believed, a new generation of vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft is set to transform the landscape of aviation in the coming decade.
Electric vehicle (EV) charging firm Trojan Energy has plans to expand its team and ramp up installations after securing £9million in funding from the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB).
Two Aberdeen entrepreneurs have secured £250,000 in funding from Royal Bank of Scotland to develop their robotics inspection systems for the energy sector, and create a string of new jobs.
Scottish technology company RAB-Microfluidics intends to scale up manufacturing of its disruptive new oil analysis device after receiving £2.2million in new equity funding.
The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult and the National Robotarium have partnered up to deliver a project aimed at scaling and commercialising offshore robotics.
A major Japanese ship-builder is getting ready for a new type of seaborne cargo: trapped CO₂.
North-east energy services company Clearwell Technology is ramping up testing of a tool it says may halve oil and gas decommissioning emissions and costs.
Inductosense has secured funding from the Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) to develop and trial a new wall thickness monitoring sensor with BP.