If you take all the different energy industries, solutions and technologies laid out like a jigsaw it would create a colourful picture of where Scotland is today, with each key element playing an important part in our net-zero future.
Low-carbon energy projects in the north-east could create up to 20,600 jobs in the next ten years, a new report has predicted.
M&G, a FTSE-100 listed savings and investments business, has become the fourth external shareholder in Storegga Geotechnologies, the lead developer of the Acorn carbon capture and storage and hydrogen project near Peterhead.
Industrial facilities operator px Group has agreed to join forces with Cerulean Winds for the development of three onshore green hydrogen production sites in the UK.
‘Scotland’s CCS contribution starts here’ – Acorn project signs MoU with two North Sea gas terminals, ExxonMobil joins NECCUS alliance
A deal has been struck that could pave the way for emissions from North Sea gas pipelines, operated by ExxonMobil and Shell, to be captured and locked away.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has thrown its backing behind a trailblazing north-east carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
From Peterhead on the Aberdeenshire coast all the way down to Medway in the south east of England, we’re proud of the role SSE Thermal’s power stations play in keeping the lights on for homes, businesses, and communities across the UK.
A new service that allows companies and individuals to pay to remove carbon from the atmosphere has today been launched.
Strong boardroom and management continuity means px Group can carry on executing its strategy “without missing a beat” following a change of ownership, its boss said yesterday.
A boss at Petrofac said yesterday his confidence that the North Sea market is picking up in 2021 is based on real activity, rather than mere hope.
One of the conundrums of the pandemic has been how the M&A market has carried on apace, and indeed in some parts of the economy it is very active.
Shell has launched a new “accelerated” strategy to get to net zero, and confirmed that oil production peaked for the company in 2019.
The UK Government is seeking views on its proposed carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) strategy.
Boris Johnson has unveiled a multi-billion pound green industrial plan that could result in an emissions-busting project near Peterhead receiving a huge cash injection.
Shell’s UK North Sea chief has said the task of engineering ageing oil platforms to run on green power would be as complicated as “open heart surgery”.
Increased funding from the EU and national governments have boosted the prospects for carbon capture technologies in Europe. Three projects in the Netherlands, Norway and UK could be operational by 2024.
Pioneering technology that “sucks” carbon dioxide out of the air could be up and running in Aberdeenshire around the middle of the decade.
Chinese oil firm Cnooc’s Buzzard platform in the UK North Sea may have a role to play in a flagship carbon capture and storage (CCS) project, developers have said.
The German government has recently adopted a National Hydrogen Strategy as part of its commitment to become both a global leader in the energy transition and a market leader in technologies that support the wider ambition to achieve carbon neutrality.
Scottish low-carbon and green energy projects offered a glimmer of hope to Petrofac in a first half of 2020 marked by “significant disruption” brought on by Covid-19.
A £62million Scottish Government support package has been unveiled to help oil and gas firms make a green recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.
A north-east carbon capture and hydrogen production project has reached key milestone with the appointment of a major contractor.
A leading analyst has described it as “disappointing” that the Chancellor that put a vital net zero technology lower down his list of priorities than repairing potholes.
The Chancellor gave a tantalising hint that an emissions-busting project near Peterhead could be in line for a huge cash injection.
I have just read about an “unintended consequence” of Brexit which involves sausages. Unless a derogation is achieved, Britain’s sausage makers will be unable to sell to the EU and Northern Ireland without a “special export health certificate”.