Saipem SpA is looking beyond black gold, to green.
Wind turbines produced enough electricity to power nearly three million homes in Scotland last month, according to WeatherEnergy figures.
Introducing ‘Open Banking’ style measures to the energy market would make it easier for small businesses to switch providers and access cheaper tariffs, according to new proposals by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The vessel for Total’s huge Culzean gas field has completed its 12,000 mile journey to the North Sea.
Norwegian Petroleum and Energy Minister Terje Soviknes, an ardent supporter of expanding oil drilling in the Arctic and to protected areas such as Lofoten, is leaving the Cabinet amid a broader reshuffle by Prime Minister Erna Solberg.
Many popular family cars are unable to use a fuel which could be introduced to forecourts to cut carbon emissions, according to new research.
North Sea operator Canadian Natural Resources (CNR) International (UK) has confirmed production was shutdown on its Ninian Central platform on Sunday due to a hydrocarbon release.
A local community is to be surveyed to see how they would like to spend its next big windfarm windfall.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has today made a last ditch 'final needs case' to energy regulator Ofgem for a subsea link from the Western Isles to the mainland.
Administrators have moved to formally dissolve Dundee engineering firm Galloway Group two years after its sudden collapse.
Oil posted a third weekly loss, as Saudi Arabia’s reassurances that it won’t flood the global crude market failed to offset a 4.2 percent price drop at the start of the week.
Westhill-based ROV firm M2 Subsea has today signed a deal to provide inspection services for Premier Oil’s Balmoral Floating Production Vessel (FPV).
Italian offshore construction giant Saipem has today announced the award of a "life of field" operations contract for the giant subsea Zohr field in the Mediterranean Sea.
A new report published today has urged the UK Government not to “penalise consumers” by delaying policy decision and effectively blocking onshore wind projects.
London-headquartered renewable energy firm Active Energy has announced today that it has managed to raise £1 million in capital as it bids to see biomass outstrip coal.
Respondents to the UK Government consultation on remote island wind claim that "many now question the ability" of those projects to win Contracts for Difference (CfD) award rounds.
Microsoft has sunk a datacentre off the coast of Orkney to create quicker and “eco-friendly” internet.
A young engineer has been rewarded with a Green Energy Award after saving his company SSE £250,000 on a Highland project.
Independent oil firm i3 Energy has today announced the award of North Sea Block 13/23c 123 km2 in the 30th Offshore Licensing Round.
Africa-focussed explorer Savannah Petroleum has spudded the first of its three-well drilling campaign.
Saudi Arabia’s oil company isn’t afraid of electric vehicles.
Exxon Mobil Corp. shut its liquefied natural gas export plant in Papua New Guinea after an earthquake in the Pacific nation’s remote highlands cut supplies from the company’s upstream fields.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has rejected an appeal by SSE and EDF Energy to pursue a change in industry rules on electric generation.
Pop star Cher has lent her support to a campaign to ban drilling for oil and gas in Ireland.
Energy giant Shell has announced a landmark power purchase agreement partnership with British Solar Renewables (BSR) for England's largest solar farm.