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.
Payments made to onshore wind farms hit a record high last month.
Energy services giant Wood saw more than £330 million wiped off its market value yesterday, despite results showing a strong financial performance in 2018.
The potential for shale well production is almost double the original reported amount, according to a new forecast from a UK oil and gas trade body.
EY, one of the world’s largest professional services firms, has appointed a new global leader for oil and gas.
The global outlook of the oil and gas industry means Brexit doesn’t amount to a hill of beans for most buyers and sellers of North Sea assets.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall experienced an increase in pre-tax profits for 2018 as big wind developments continued to churn sales.
Scotland's trade minister has revealed today that he is in Poland to seek "potential partners" for future offshore wind projects.
The increasing cost of the smart meter rollout to households could become "potentially even greater" amid a "real information gap", a consumer group has warned MPs.
The death toll in a methane explosion at a coal mine in the north-east of the Czech Republic has increased to 13.
The Scottish marine energy sector should be "prioritised" in the Scottish Government's draft budget, according to a renewables trade body.
Global offshore drilling firm Seadrill has introduced a numbers of measures to revolutionise rig work, according to the company's data chief.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell yesterday said he would produce a tax regime that supports the oil and gas industry if Labour wins power at a general election.
The Brexit agreement poses a "risk" to the future growth of renewable energy talent and jobs in the north-east, an SNP spokesman has said.
SSE-backed investment fund Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has announced the sale of Indigo Pipelines to asset manager Arjun Infrastructure Partners (AIP).
Fluor Corporation announced today that its subsidiary firm, Stork, has agreed a North Sea contract extension with Chrysaor.
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.