Rules governing tremors from fracking will not be relaxed, the Government has said, as public concern over earthquakes from the controversial process grows.
A Scottish renewable energy trade body has announced the appointment of four new directors as its vice-chairman steps down from the role.
A new pipeline coatings study could save operators 25%, unlock more marginal fields, and eventually generate £500,000 for one of the organisations behind the research.
Around 15 million households will see their energy prices rise after regulator Ofgem hiked price caps designed to protect those on poor value deals.
Opposition to fracking has risen with more than a third of people against the process, a Government survey suggests.
A north-east oilfield services business is targeting further growth after coming under Norwegian ownership.
Swedish wind developer Vattenfall experienced an increase in pre-tax profits for 2018 as big wind developments continued to churn sales.
A former global head of sales at Petrofac has been convicted as part of a bribery investigation.
French energy giant Total has announced significant increases in sales and consolidated net income over 2018.
Norwegian energy giant Equinor has kicked off a UK North Sea exploration campaign.
An MP has condemned an “unacceptable” delay on victims’ families getting answers about a fatal helicopter crash in Shetland more than five years ago.
Oil and gas veteran Jim Milne was last night recognised for his commitment to the north-east’s subsea industry.
The oil industry is still guilty of rampant “waste” despite concerted efforts to drive efficiency during the downturn, a boss at BP said yesterday.
"Stranded pools" off Shetland could yield £10 billion in additional revenue, according to a senior subsea engineer.
The global offshore upstream supply chain saw signs of recovery in 2018, and this looks set to continue in 2019, according to global natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
An Aberdeen businessman is aiming to revolutionise non-destructive testing offshore with a new digital simulation tool.
The man in charge of “drawing out" the skills from the oil and gas supply chain into the Scottish renewables marketplace has suggested the north-east is the "best place to do business" right now.
By 2030, oil demand could hit a peak and then enter decline, according to a new report.
North Sea tides are powering growth and investment in an award-winning Aberdeen-headquartered firm, according to the company’s business development chief.
Orkney has become the epicentre of great progress in the Scottish renewables supply chain.
Serica Energy has confirmed it will push ahead with BP's shelved plans to re-enter an old well at the Rhum field.
The new boss of Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) aims to woo airlines with the Granite City’s “new proposition”.
Technology is finally high on the CEO agenda at Davos. This year’s theme, Globalization 4.0., was heavily peppered with conversations about digital technology and how it’s currently reshaping major multinationals’ operating models. In such a world, the supply chain has to reshape business models to survive, then flourish.
Oil companies must put their heads together to prevent a “battle for data ownership” erupting, a corporate finance expert said today.
Businesses in Aberdeen received a boost as the Department for International Trade dished out support and advice at Subsea Expo.