Danish start-up will invest DKK 600 million towards a wind turbine recycling facility at the Port of Esbjerg.
Danish start-up Continuum has developed a world-first method of recycling wind turbine blades into composite building materials, and the company could potentially base its first factory in Scotland.
Danish wind turbine manufacturer Vestas (DKK: VWS) has announced a return to profitability as it released its 2023 third quarter results.
Prysmian Group has announced it successfully installed the HV testing activities on the world’s longest onshore and offshore high voltage direct current (HVDC) interconnector.
Denmark played a key role in setting up the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance (BOGA), a group formed during the COP26 conference in Glasgow.
The group of companies the Project Greensand carbon capture and storage development has created new technology that has monitored that the stored CO2 is where it should be.
The former employees’ lawyer, Frederik Brocks, called the firings a “regrettable step” and “unfair,” in comments to Berlingske newspaper. Brocks declined to comment further.
Ahead of first CO2 injection tomorrow, we head to Ineos' Greensand CCS project to find out how the development will help inform Acorn carbon capture and storage in Aberdeenshire.
The hundreds of Total Energies workers that were stranded in the Danish North Sea were successfully brought home in time for Christmas.
Bad weather this winter has caused flight cancellations that could leave hundreds of workers left offshore over Christmas.
With Nord Stream AG, the consortium led by Russia's Gazprom completing "intial data gathering" on the pipeline's alleged sabotage in the Baltic Sea, we've put together a timeline of events on the key pipeline's leaks.
Developer Ørsted (ORSTED:CPH) and investor Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have joined forces to develop gigawatts of new offshore wind projects in Danish waters.
The Nord Stream pipelines appear to have stopped leaking, according to the Danish Energy Agency, while accusations are thrown over responsibility.
Nord Stream 1 and 2 have sprung a number of leaks simultaneously, releasing gas into the environment.
INEOS and its partners in the Solsort Unit, Danoil and Nordsøfonden, have agreed on a Final Investment Decision regarding the development of the Solsort West field.
Danish drilling rig operator, Maersk Drilling has secured a four-well contract in Denmark worth £30 million with Ineos.
For a nation with no producing oil and gas assets, the Faroe Islands is not short on ambition.
A North Sea decommissioning firm has thrown a rare piece of public criticism up the supply chain towards the owners of the Foinaven FPSO and oilfield.
Large-scale testing has begun to support an initiative aimed at storing carbon emissions in the subsurface of the North Sea.
Altrad has secured a multi-million pound contract to support the fabric maintenance of TotalEnergies’ (LON: TTE) offshore assets in the Danish North Sea.
Denmark wants to temporarily increase its output of natural gas to help Europe wean itself off Russian energy.
The UK and Denmark are widely considered the titans of the offshore wind industry and the third episode of Bigger Faster Better explores the outlook for this low-carbon technology as the global energy transition gathers pace.
A new accommodation and utility module for Denmark’s Tyra field redevelopment has sailed away from Rosetti’s yard in Ravenna.
A “pioneering new company” has been launched in order to deliver offshore electric charging solutions to vessels.
TotalEnergies (LSE: TTE) has picked Danish firm Maersk Drilling to carry out well intervention services in the North Sea.