Aberdeen City Council (ACC) has picked oil and gas giant BP (LON: BP) as the preferred bidder to help build a green hydrogen production hub.
Aberdeen City Council
Aberdeen City Council has won a share of a £1million pot to progress its ambitions for hydrogen and solar projects.
Energy giant Shell's planned return to Aberdeen city centre is already causing others to fancy a spot on the famous Granite Mile, council chiefs claim.
Energy giant Shell has announced it is moving out of its current North Sea base in Tullos, Aberdeen, and into the Silver Fin building in the city centre.
Aberdeen City Council has launched the hunt for a partner to help it build a “first of its kind” £215million green hydrogen production hub.
As the proclaimed Oil Capital of Europe, it seems only right that Aberdeen should be front and centre of decarbonisation efforts too.
Offshore Europe organisers pushing on with event, say it’s unlikely to be derailed by use of P&J Live as vaccination centre
The north-east has been dealt a significant boost after organisers of a huge oil and gas conference confirmed it is still on track to go ahead as planned later this year.
Extinction Rebellion activists have dumped “mounds of manure” outside the BP offices in Aberdeen as part of a climate protest.
More than US$500bn worth of project opportunities will be presented by key major project decision makers from around the globe at the Virtual Energy Exports Conference on Monday 28 September to Thursday 1 October (vEEC Week).
BP has offered its services to help Aberdeen, the oil and gas capital of Europe, go net zero.
Making the most of existing North Sea trade links was the main point of discussion during yesterday’s annual Aberdeen-Norway Gateway.
Aberdeen should use a giant decommissioned oil platform as a "first class tourist attraction", according to a long-standing city campaigner.
“Crippling” business rate demand letters totalling hundreds of thousands of pounds could be set to “kill off” a number of struggling Aberdeen commercial property firms.
Potential for ‘thousands’ of jobs as Sir Ian Wood unveils plans for Aberdeen ‘Energy Transition Zone’
Sir Ian Wood has unveiled ambitious plans to help the north-east economy capitalise on the energy transition, potentially creating “thousands” of jobs in the process.
A new study has been launched to “put a human face” on the north-east’s oil and gas downturn- and recommend how to better share the wealth in the region.
A £100,000 study has been launched to develop commercial supply of hydrogen power and fuel cell technologies in Aberdeen.
Plans have been lodged to demolish the former Aberdeen base of an oil and gas firm.
Business and tourism chiefs have called for the urgent restoration of a direct air link to London.
Aberdeen City Council has successfully argued that an multi-million action brought against it should be thrown out of court.
Aberdeen University has unveiled the first designs of its new Shell Eco-Marathon car.
Aberdeen City Council has been named among a number of Scottish councils backing fracking overseas.
Aberdeen’s hydrogen programme is being supported by the launch of a new tutorial for drivers refuelling in the city.
Aberdeen City Council's international trade team have invited Brazil's offshore operators to the city in order to highlight the decommissioning possibilities within the South American nation.
Councillor for Dyce, Bucksburn and Danestone, Barney Crockett will seek approval from the Lord Provost to take on the role of vice president of the World Energy Cities Partnership.
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