Laura Jarvie will lead a growing team from new offices at Neo House on Aberdeen’s Riverside Drive.
Given the wealth of stakeholders with a vested interest in decarbonising the North Sea, getting any number of them together at any one time is a tough ask.
Three floating wind exclusivity agreements have been signed by Cerulean Winds as part of Crown Estate Scotland’s Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas leasing round.
In spite of the multiple pressures facing the North Sea, or possibly because of them, the need to decarbonise oil and gas production remains paramount.
The North Sea Renewables Grid (NSRG) is among the UK’s largest infrastructure investment projects, will help to decarbonise oil and gas operations, and is expected to create 10,000 jobs.
Ping Petroleum is pressing ahead with plans to develop the Avalon field in the UK North Sea, hailed by bosses as a “pioneering scheme” to slash production emissions from oil and gas.
Ping Petroleum has moved back its timeline for a final investment decision (FID) on the Avalon oilfield in the North Sea.
An energy skills passport – that will allow workers to move between oil and gas and renewables – is expected to be fully functional early next year.
Crown Estate Scotland has opened the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process, a crucial step in lowering emissions from North Sea oil and gas production.
Ping Petroleum has renamed the Hummingbird floating production storage and offload (FPSO) vessel “Excalibur” ahead of its planned redeployment at the Avalon field.
Cerulean Winds and Ping Petroleum UK have signed a new agreement that would create one of the UK’s first oil and gas facilities powered almost exclusively by offshore wind.
A pioneering offshore wind firm has unveiled details of its multi-billion pound INTOG plans; aimed at decarbonising “every platform” sitting in Scottish waters of the North Sea.
Work for a trio of giant floating wind projects off the coast of Scotland have gone to the UAE fabricator Lamprell, sparking outcry.
Aberdeen firms are among a set of innovators who have secured up to £10 million each as part of new UK Government funding to accelerate the development of floating offshore wind technologies.
The First Minister committed the Scottish Government to join a growing number of world governments who have expressed the view that unlimited recovery of oil and gas is unsustainable in light of the climate emergency.
There’s much talk about the ambitious targets that have been put in place to reduce the level of production emissions in the North Sea so that it becomes a net zero basin by 2050.
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.
A fledgling company behind a £10-billion plan to decarbonise swathes of North Sea oil platforms using 200 of the largest floating wind turbines has revealed the identity of one of its partners.
A pair of offshore engineering specialists have revealed ambitious plans for a £10 billion floating wind project aimed at slashing emissions from UK oil and gas platforms.