The brutal sea conditions faced by Aquamarine Power's new wave energy machine have been revealed in a new video.
Rosneft is to invest more than $30billion in exploration projects in Siberia and the Russian Far East over the next five years, chief executive Igor Sechin has announced.
The firm which builds the grounded Super Puma helicopter has revealed they could be back in the air within days - and vowed they will never ditch again because of gearbox failings.
Pupils from Cults Academy reached the finals of this year’s Petrochallenge after winning the heat in Aberdeen.
A new lifestyle solution to increase the general health of the energy workforce has proved a success.
The industry needs to keep learning from Piper Alpha to improve safety, agreed key Piper 25 speakers.
Safety processes at energy companies must start with top-level management, a senior industry expert has warned.
A Piper Alpha survivor has told how he could not resist returning to the rigs - despite the tragic events that saw 167 people killed.
The UK’s potential to become the safest oil and gas sector in the world is second to none, thanks to its unique safety partnership, a senior industry figure has claimed.
Changes to the structure of the Health and Safety Executive should have been communicated better, the organisation's chair has admitted.
As the Piper 25 conference gets underway in Aberdeen, we hear from key speakers addressing the improvement in offshore safety over the last quarter of a century.
The £10,000 biofuel-powered bike will reach 15mph on land or 25mph in the air, with the designers claiming it will reach heights of 4,000ft.
Women’s 'raw talent' could be the answer to the skills shortage affecting the energy sector, believes an industry skills leader.
Energy companies must do more to reassure young people about the long-term job stability in the North Sea - and specifically Scotland, industry figures have warned.
Filling the energy industry skills gap with young people from across Scotland is a priority of Holyrood’s employment strategy, claims a Scottish Government minister.
South Africa could provide a destination for UK firms seeking an alternative to depleted North Sea reserves, one of the country's most senior law figures has claimed.
Formula racing can be a solution to the growing skills shortage in the energy sector, believes an industry consultancy.
Energy giant Maersk is looking to expand public awareness of the industry with the launch of the first oil video game.
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: