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.
Crown Estate Scotland
Crown Estate Scotland is aiming to kick off its upcoming Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) leasing round in August.
Public body Crown Estate Scotland (CES) has announced Ronan O’Hara as its new chief executive.
A “surge” in the number of people working in offshore wind is on the horizon, with billions of pounds forecast to flow into the sector.
Crown Estate Scotland has confirmed that all 17 successful ScotWind applicants now have option agreements in place.
Successful bidders including SSE Renewables and BlueFloat Energy have signed option agreements with Crown Estate Scotland (CES) for floating offshore wind sites secured as part of the ScotWind auction round.
Ørsted will take a majority stake in the Salamander floating wind project off the Aberdeenshire coast, as part of a joint venture set up by Simply Blue Group and Subsea 7.
Hooking up offshore wind farms directly to North Sea platforms could help oil firms into the renewable energy sector.
A North Sea oil firm has expressed concerns about the makeup of the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process.
Crown Estate Scotland (CES) has issued its second statement to ensure that winners of the ScotWind offshore leasing round are complying with sanctions on Russia.
The North Sea is a very busy place. But even as late as the 1980s, it could seem huge when out there in a yacht, racing or cruising because sightings of fishing vessels, merchant shipping and oil & gas platforms could be quite rare.
Crown Estate Scotland is seeking “formal assurances” that winners in the ScotWind auction adhere to sanctions being imposed on Russia.
The spread of offshore wind farms in Scotland could dent a key Shetland net zero project, which is working to decarbonise nearby oil and gas assets.
A ScotWind-style auction will be launched this year for offshore wind projects to power oil and gas platforms in the North Sea.
Crown Estate Scotland (CES) has announced that its chief executive is to retire in August this year.
Tidal energy developer Nova Innovation has been given approval develop its largest tidal array to date at Yell Sound in Shetland.
A new partnership will boost training for science, technology, engineering and maths jobs in Angus.
Don’t fritter away Scotland’s ScotWind millions, argues former energy minister Brian Wilson, on the £700m coming to the country's coffers.
Scotland’s energy industry has now had some time to digest the results of arguably the most hotly anticipated offshore wind auction in history.
ScotWind has proved a big boon to Big Oil, with fossil fuels giants BP, Shell and TotalEnergies all winning acreage.
The results of Scotland's first offshore wind leasing round in more than a decade are expected to be released in a matter of days.
A renewables consortium has made a raft of supply chain commitments, should it be successful in its Scottish offshore wind bid.
Another offshore wind leasing round in Scottish waters is in the pipeline, organisers of the process have confirmed.
Hundreds of jobs could be created in Orkney as part of ambitious plans to create a green hydrogen hub on the island.
The long-awaited UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) kicks off in Glasgow in November when world leaders arrive in Scotland to seek agreement on how to tackle clime change collectively.