Record high gas prices could be a permanent fixture in the coming months until supply is able to catch up with global demand, experts have warned.
All eyes are on Glasgow as the world’s leaders prepare to convene for COP26, and the call to action has never been stronger as the climate crisis rolls on.
Aberdeen University, considered one of the UK’s top academic institutions for petroleum studies, has decided to divest from fossil fuels.
A £1.6million simulator has been unveiled which is expected to “transform” the way oil platforms are decommissioned and new energy projects are installed in the North Sea.
A new cross-sector alliance has been launched to show the benefits a thriving green hydrogen sector would bring to Scotland and across the UK.
Social enterprise AFBE-UK Scotland has teamed up with Aberdeen University’s School of Engineering to support its diversity and inclusion strategy.
Tributes have been paid to Bruce Dingwall, a North Sea leading light who died suddenly yesterday, aged 61.
Aberdeen’s National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) and local firm Aubin Group have been awarded a share of an £800,000 fund to develop new technology for installing offshore wind farms.
New research has shed light on the role of the Piper Alpha disaster in preventing further oil and gas releases in the North Sea.
Developers behind the plans for an energy transition zone (ETZ) in Aberdeen have announced the establishment of a skills and training partnership for jobs in the emerging net-zero energy industry.
Most UK adults want government spending on North Sea oil and gas redirected to renewables, according to a new campaigner survey.
A new study from Aberdeen University has put the spotlight on the cost of excluding wind farms from the most scenic areas of the UK.
ScottishPower's boss said today that Aberdeen University can play a “leading role” in answering the big questions surrounding the transition to a green economy.
Students studying energy transition programmes at the University of Aberdeen are set to benefit from a short course delivered by Total Professeurs Associés (TPA), which is supported by the energy company Total’s foundation.
A budding petroleum engineer is hoping to “give something back” to the universities that boosted his career by winning a prestigious award.
Professor Abbie McLaughlin, from the University of Aberdeen’s Department of Chemistry, takes a look at the opportunities presented by a research breakthrough that could enable the widespread use of hydrogen energy to power transport and homes as part of the energy transition.
Scientists at Aberdeen University are exploring the cost, both financial and environmental, of decommissioning wind farms as part of efforts to develop a ‘playbook’ for the industry.
Aberdeen University is offering students the chance to enrol on a pair of Total-funded Masters scholarships in energy transition.
A group of university students have unveiled their vision for a hydrogen-electric powered “car of the future” as part of this year’s Shell Eco-marathon competition.
The Brent oil price has reached its highest in 13 months, but experts say questions persist on whether activity in the UK North Sea will see a similar resurgence.
An Aberdeen oil boss has lost his bid for a $210million lawsuit, which alleged a lawyer conspiracy led to a raw deal that saw the collapse of his business and the value of his shares becoming “worthless”.
A top petro-economist said today that the Covid-19 mutation had left an “open question” about the direction of Brent crude prices in the coming weeks.
North Sea operators would like “more evidence” that the $50 Brent oil price is here to stay before greenlighting long-term investments.