Aberdeen University is at the heart of a £5m investment aimed at keeping the UK top of the class for offshore renewable energy.
The University of Aberdeen has stayed ahead of the curve by positioning itself as the go-to trainer of present and future decommissioning experts.
The University of Aberdeen has secured twice the number of scholarships for its MSc in Artificial Intelligence (AI), which was launched last year.
Aberdeen University is launching a new online study programme for assessing economics and policy decisions in the energy sector.
A new course is being launched by Aberdeen University to bridge the skills gap facing by the energy sector in data management.
Scholars are in with a chance of winning thousands of pounds worth of funding to study safety in the oil and gas industry.
An Aberdeen company has reached the finals of an international competition to develop breakthrough carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.
A top Aberdeen petro-economist predicts more than £250billion will be spent on North Sea oil and gas fields over the next three decades.
A new centre of excellence will help the sector “transform tomorrow” by fixing the oil and gas decommissioning problems of today, an industry chief has said.
A multi-million pound centre tasked with making Aberdeen the focal point for oil and gas decommissioning expertise will be launched later this year.
An Aberdeen academic has said arguments for removing or leaving behind North Sea infrastructure need to be based on “good science”.
A three-day summer event intended to break down gender-related barriers while encouraging work in engineering has been put together through collaboration with Chevron and the University of Aberdeen and St Margaret’s School for Girls.
The UK offshore oil and gas sector will reach its 80% production efficiency target for 2018 if it “just sticks to the plan”, industry experts said yesterday.
An oil industry expert has said it will be “business as usual” for the North Sea oil sector following the general election.
A student and an academic from Aberdeen University have both been nominated for a distinguished green energy awards.
A new Aberdeen University study suggests the UK North Sea can deliver nearly 11billion more barrels of oil equivalent (boe) at “lower for longer” prices.
Aberdeen University is taking the North Sea decommissioning debate to an unlikely venue in the Granite City this week.
For the world oil and gas upstream oil and gas sector, there is scope for guarded optimism in 2017.
A diver who survived being trapped 90 metres below the surface of the North Sea without gas to breathe will recount his terrifying ordeal at a special event in Aberdeen.
Oil experts from industry and academia will debate the obstacles to extracting the North Sea’s remaining reserves at a conference in Aberdeen this week. The list of speakers includes top petroleum economist Professor Alex Kemp, Shell’s UK director for upstream, Paul Goodfellow and Amec Foster Wheeler’s group president for northern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States, John Pearson. The event, organised by Aberdeen University, will take place at the King’s Conference Centre on Thursday.
Aberdeen University yesterday unveiled a new £500,000 piece of equipment that will help to spur exploration and drilling in the North Sea. The rock deformation kit, which was built to the university’s specifications by Sanchez Technologies in France, effectively brings the earth’s crust to the laboratory. It tests how rock and cement samples react to high pressure, high temperature (HPHI) conditions, before providing data that informs the decisions of exploration and drilling companies.
In February last year, the formal launch of OGAS (established 2012) took place at the Scottish Parliament, where its fresh-out-of-the-box director, Rulzion Rattray, outlined the potential and new opportunities made available through the formation of the academy.
Three UK institutions are working to develop enough electricity to power two universities. The Crown Estate, Aberdeen University and The Robert Gordon University (RGU) are to carry out a project that will produce enough energy for two universities.