French oil major Total must continue to produce gas in Myanmar and pay taxes to the military junta to protect staff from forced labor and maintain electricity supplies, Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said in an op-ed in Le Journal du Dimanche newspaper.
The Philippines needs to pursue nuclear power to improve its long-term energy security and slash carbon emissions from its highly polluting coal-fired power fleet.
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and BP have announced first gas from Asia’s deepest offshore project.
Fluor has reported revenue of $3.8 billion for the third quarter of the year, with earnings of $19 million.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has appointed four new non-executive directors to its board.
Renewables firm Statkraft has reported a “strong response” to a call for local suppliers to get involved in a £20 million electricity grid improvement project it is preparing to start in Keith.
A pilot project to remotely perform inspections on three of offshore cranes on the Norwegian Continental Shelf is ongoing.
A Danish renewables developer has opened a new facility in Scotland aimed at speeding up the deployment and integration of floating offshore wind.
When developer ERM decided Aberdeen would be the home for Dolphyn, its world-first floating green hydrogen project, it said “it will put Aberdeen on the map”.
Trafigura has called for a new levy on marine fuels in order to reduce carbon emissions in the shipping sector.
Could a more diverse workforce be one of the benefits to emerge from the global pandemic? Janette Marx, CEO of global workforce solutions provider, Airswift makes the case that lockdown has broken down the lingering psychological hurdles while technology has allowed difference to be encouraged and enabled.
Oil fell as economic signals out of Europe and Asia flashed warning signs about the rebound in crude consumption.
Andrea Ruotolo, Global Lead, Distributed Energy Systems, Worley, was attracted to the field of engineering by her aspiration to work with NASA.
The FTSE 100 Index edged up a further 822.22 points, or 1.4%, to 5,935.98 today.
The opportunities and challenges of green energy investment have been gently simmering under the surface for decades. However, the past year has seen the temperature rise on environmental issues, which may have brought both the challenges and opportunities to a boiling point.
A new green energy manifesto released by a Scottish trade body has put a range of measures before the next UK Government in an effort to boost renewable energy development.
Edinburgh-headquartered tidal energy firm Nova Innovation has announced the completion of a project aiming to reducing the cost of the technology by 30%.
Aberdeen-headquartered consultancy firm Xodus Group has revelaed it is undertaking an offshore renewables study designed to "accelarate" the energy transition.
The city of Aberdeen is set to host this year's World Energy Cities Partnerships Annual General Meeting (WECP AGM).
Swedish energy giant Vattenfall has announced that it has issued more than £440 million in clean energy bonds to investors.
Hundreds of Aberdonians have been helped by a multi-million oil and gas training fund since it began three years ago, according to a Scottish skills agency.
Westhill-based firm Awilco Drilling has announced a well decommissioning contract extension with Shell.
Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) must be ramped up in the north-east after an investment and jobs promise was pulled in a "cynical betrayal", according to a Scottish MSP.
Italian oil and gas contractor Saipem has announced bumper revenues for the first quarter of 2019.
A “significant” percentage of women are opting out of the offshore energy sector in Aberdeen, despite an industry push to boost numbers.