Work to break up and recycle a massive vessel, which served the UK North Sea for more than 20 years, has begun in Norway.
A high tech battery manufacturing plant in Dundee would see an investment of at least £160 million and create more than 200 jobs.
I’m a little bemused. Inevitably the ScotWind lease awards were going to trigger all sorts of claims about how the Scottish offshore wind supply chain will gain from this huge project, but nobody seems prepared to explain exactly how this will happen given that we don’t actually have a supply chain of any note particularly when it comes to the high value hardware.
A group of Extinction Rebellion activists who occupied an oil rig at the Port of Dundee have been ordered to pay compensation to the RNLI.
A Dundee hydraulics specialist is doubling its footprint at Water’s Edge after “significant” growth.
The “world’s most powerful tidal turbine” has started generating electricity via the grid in Orkney.
Fears have been raised a group of Extinction Rebellion activists who occupied an oil rig at the Port of Dundee would cause further trouble at the imminent UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
A groundbreaking new tidal turbine manufactured in Dundee is to be launched from the city’s port next week.
A Dundee firm will add 20 staff this year after securing a major wind turbine contract.
Waste management firm Augean was back in the black during a 2020 marked by the axing of more than half of the workers at its North Sea division.
An innovative accelerator programme that aims to help support Scotland’s journey to net zero is on the lookout for SMEs to be part of its next cohort.
Ambitious proposals to develop one of the UK’s largest solar farms in Angus have re-emerged.
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
The blowout on the Ocean Odyssey exploration rig in 1988 is often overshadowed by Piper Alpha but is a significant event in oil & gas history.Derek Beddows, Archer Knight’s Director of Diving and Safety Services, recalls his time as part of the response, and the pioneering work which went into capping the well, 32 years ago this week.
The owner of the Port of Dundee is preparing a bid to obtain freeport status in a move that could bring millions of pounds of investment and hundreds of new jobs, The Courier can reveal.
I’m baffled by the Curlew decommissioning saga that will now see the life-expired FPSO be dismantled in Norway rather than via the original arrangement whereby it was to be prepped in Dundee prior to being towed to Turkey for chopping up.
The Shell Curlew FPSO (floating production storage and offloading vessel), which had been moored in Dundee for decommissioning work, has left the port.
The “vast majority” of UK offshore oil infrastructure will be decommissioned in Britain despite competition from Norwegian yards for the biggest jobs, a market expert claimed.
Dundee and Angus College and Dundee-based Coast Renewables have entered into a partnership to deliver training for the wind turbine sector.
Dundee will become the go-to hub for decommissioning work in the UK according to the man who has spearheaded the city’s move into the sector.
The boss of Forth Ports will outline his vision for the future of the Port of Dundee at a Courier Business Briefing next month.
Potential for ‘thousands’ of jobs as Sir Ian Wood unveils plans for Aberdeen ‘Energy Transition Zone’
Sir Ian Wood has unveiled ambitious plans to help the north-east economy capitalise on the energy transition, potentially creating “thousands” of jobs in the process.
Engineering firm Pryme Group has confirmed it has started a redundancy process at its base in Newcastle following “continued losses”.
A former North Sea oil worker has interrupted First Minister’s Questions as part of a demonstration on climate change.
Seven people have appeared in court after climate activists boarded a gas rig in a bid to prevent it heading out to the North Sea.