Investing in the South African energy market is a natural progression for Aberdeen companies looking to “extend their business to new frontiers”, the country' minister has told Energy Voice.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has hit back at claims its unexpected shake-up of the offshore safety division will impact on North Sea safety.
Dana Petroleum has reached "a major milestone" with the Western Isles project by laying the keel for its radical $400 million oil production vessel at COSCO's giant fabrication yard on the shores of the Yangtze River, China
Wood Group’s new chief has explained his ambition of championing a new set of values across the group’s global spread of companies.
As All-Energy 2013 draws to a close, we speak to four leading figures in the renewable energy sector about what the event means to the north of Scotland.
The Crown Estate unveiled plans at All-Energy 2013 to lease further wave and tidal sites in an effort to encourage and accelerate technology devleopment. Head of new energy and technology Mark Simpson tells Energy Voice what CE’s plans entail. Watch our interview on the player below.
Mobile app designers Linknode demonstrate their new programme for visually assessing the impact of planned wind turbines at the 2013 All-Energy conference. Watch the video below:
Simon Carter, Head of Renewable Energy at UK Trade and Investment, talks about the role UKTI plays in bringing domestic and international firms together for talks at the All-Energy 2013 conference. Watch the interview on our video player below.
Rob Cormie talks about the Green Investment Bank’s involvement in the renewables energy sector. Watch the video on our player below.
UK Energy Minister Ed Davey speaks at All Energy 2013 on how independence may impact on the renewable energy sector in the UK and Scotland. Watch the video on our player below.
Lady Susan Rice, managing director at Lloyds Banking Group Scotland, talks about the role of the banking sector in supporting Scotland's renewable energy.
Industry leaders in oil and gas continued the call for a coordinated response to the skills gap challenge facing the sector at a conference in Aberdeen.
The oil and gas sector needs to ‘work with what it’s got’ in order to develop a legacy for future generations of the energy industry, claims Nicholas Gee, senior vice-president of strategy and development at Weatherford International.
Investment in the UK oil and gas industry has hit record levels thanks to greater certainty over tax rates, according to a survey published yesterday.
The politics of the oil and gas industry were covered in two days of debate at Aberdeen university, as part of the city's May Festival.
Watch our video interview with former UK energy minister Charles Hendry here.
James Milne talks to Ian Forsyth about his company’s return to OTC, and the UK Government’s lack of visible presence, in our video below.
Fergus Ewing MSP, Scotland's Energy Minister, speaks to Energy Voice about his trip to Houston for this year's Offshore Technology Conference.
A Houston business district made its own business trip to Aberdeen in the run up to the Granite City’s first business breakfast link-up with Houston this week. Greenspoint District, which is one of Houston’s 22 special business areas, came to show what they had to offer firms considering a move to the US energy-hub.
The British School of Houston is one of three international schools in the Texas energy centre providing schooling to the families of those on international postings. Headteacher Stephen Foxwell talks to the Press and Journal about the establishment’s outstanding GCSE exam results and how they deal with the sensitive subject of moving children between schools.
Roy MacGregor, executive chairman of Inverness and Aberdeen-based Global Energy Group, sent a positive message to graduates that the North Sea oil and gas industry has never been better. Roy was speaking after giving the annual Absoft Entrepreneurship Lecture at the Aberdeen Business School.
With the countdown started for development drilling by the end of this year, Paul Griffin, Managing director of Dana UK, talks about how the firm’s largest project is vital to its growth plans. The £989million Western Isles project is made up of the Harris and Barra fields in the northern North Sea.
Neil Gordon, chief executive of Subsea UK, talks to P&J Energy about the outlook for the sector and global opportunities for smaller UK companies. He was speaking at the record-breaking ninth annual Subsea show last week, held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.
Promotional video from Subsea UK outlining the value of the Subsea sector to the United Kingdom.
A new video produced by oil and gas operator TAQA Bratani aims to show the unique 'authentic energy' of the company and its people as part of a wider recruitment drive.