Money raised from household energy bills should be spent on UK-made clean power rather than importing from foreign countries, according to GMB Union.
Cuadrilla has lost an appeal to drill a second fracking site in Lancashire.
The global oil industry’s foundation of ever-expanding demand will probably crumble and that may hurt profits sooner than expected, according to a London fund manager.
More than a million energy customers on EDF's standard variable tariff face a 10% price increase from April 1.
Lightsource BP has announced that it will hold a public consultation on a giant solar farm planned for Angus.
Aberdeen Lord Provost Barney Crockett is to seek the presidency of the World Energy Cities Partnership (WECP).
New-build renewable energy will outdo traditional oil and gas on generation cost by 2025, according to new data.
RockRose Energy said today that the production lives of two North Sea fields had been extended by at least five years to 2029.
Consultancy Add Energy has recruited 19 staff and contractors to its Aberdeen base in the last month following a series of contract awards.
An offshore wind specialist has taken premises at the Port of Dundee as it unveiled plans to double its number of staff to 30 by the end of this year.
More clarity is expected on North Sea decommissioning costs by the end of the month, according to the chief executive of the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
A new record was set for British wind generation last week, thanks to Storm Erik.
UK businesses were hit by around 1,500 cyber attacks per day during 2018.
The owner of Japan’s wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi power station is trying this week to touch melted fuel at the bottom of the plant for the first time since the disaster almost eight years ago, a tiny but key step toward retrieving the radioactive material amid a $195 billion clean up effort.
Diamond Offshore has confirmed one of its rigs has been newly-hired by Shell for work in the North Sea.
Egypt is finalising details of a new type of oil and gas contract to attract even more foreign investment than the $10 billion already coming into its energy industry this year.
French oil-giant Total has inked a seismic supervision deal with UK firm Specialist Marine Consultants (SMC).
Petrofac is facing the prospect of a £400 million payout to investors amid legal action linked to an alleged bribery scandal at the oil services firm.
Scientists at Manchester University have created flags that generate wind and solar power.
Developers of two separate pipeline projects have combined forces to move crude oil from the Permian Basin of West Texas to multiple destinations along the Houston Ship Channel.
A California company is seeking to build a $1 billion refinery that will make gasoline and diesel near the Permian Basin town of Kermit.