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Using old North Sea platforms to store carbon emissions underground would be “10 times cheaper” than decommissioning them, according to a new study.
Subsea 7's boss said today that the energy services giant was participating in more tenders and that his outlook for core markets was "positive".
Power company SSE has held firm on its targets for the year despite reporting a dip in customer numbers and the amount of renewable energy it produced in the past three months.
Unlike most oil and gas installations, the Beatrice complex is visible from land.
The UK Government has approved decommissioning plans for the Beatrice oil field in the Moray Firth.
Perth utility giant SSE has said it expects to complete the giant Beatrice offshore wind farm in the Spring after it powered up its onshore Stronelairg array.
Scottish energy company SSE boosted its offshore wind portfolio yesterday by buying Fluor’s 50% share in developer Seagreen Wind Energy (SWE).
The offshore wind industry “is getting a bit cutthroat” an industry expert has warned amid union fears that Scottish supply chain firms could miss out on contracts.
New decommissioning plans have been filed for a North Sea complex that was once earmarked for military use.
The Pacific Orca – reportedly the largest wind farm installation vessel in the world – at Nigg Energy Park quayside, loaded with components destined for the Beatrice offshore wind farm, in the inner Moray Firth
Energy giant SSE is offering £600,000 to community projects in the Highlands and Moray in the latest distribution of cash from the £3million “partnership” fund associated with its development of the Beatrice offshore windfarm.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) said it is "exploring" removal options for the jackets and topsides of the Beatrice field.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has confirmed plans to permanently remove workers from a North Sea complex as it moves closer to decommissioning.
Construction work on the £2.6billion Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Limited (BOWL) project has reached a significant milestone with the installation of the final foundation piles.
An agreement has been reached that will lift the threat of administration from troubled engineering firm BiFab, and see work continue on the current contract for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm.
English subsea specialist JDR has finished making 140km of inter array connections for the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm.
JDR has won a deal for the Beatrice windfarm – a project which will produce enough power for 450,000 homes.
Babcock has been awarded a contract to build two offshore transformer modules for SSE's Beatrice windfarm off the Scottish coast.
The estimated £680million boost the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd (BOWL) development will deliver for the national economy has been highlighted during a UK minister’s visit to one of the project’s key locations.
Workers have been downmanned from the Beatrice Alpha installation after a power failure.
Oil workers are set to return to a North Sea platform evacuated after a cargo vessel carrying cargo waste began drifting towards it. The Denmark-registered Parida, which was carrying a cargo of radioactive waste from Scrabster to Antwerp, lost engine power after a fire broke out in one of her funnels at about 8pm on Monday.
Calls have been made for a safety review after a blaze on a cargo ship carrying radioactive waste forced the evacuation of a North Sea oil platform. The Danish ship, MV Parida, suffered a fire in one of its funnels on Tuesday evening and the crew shut down the engines as they tried to carry out repairs.
Oil workers had to be evacuated from a platform in the North Sea after a cargo vessel carrying radioactive waste began drifting towards it. The Denmark-registered Parida, which was carrying a cargo of radioactive concrete waste from Scrabster to Antwerp, lost engine power after a fire broke out in one of her funnels at about 8pm on Monday.