An initiative aiming to demonstrate the ability of green energy to power subsea oil and gas infrastructure is taking shape in the north of Scotland.
With the theme of ‘Oceans of Opportunity’, the much-anticipated Subsea Expo conference later this month will showcase the cutting-edge technologies and innovations of the sector. The UK’s subsea market produces some of the world’s most advanced technology for harsh and hard to reach environments. As the energy transition accelerates, there will be a significant opportunity for the transfer of this technology into growing clean energy sectors.
Aberdeen-based subsea technology company Verlume has raised £2.5 million in a further funding round following a recent rebrand.
Aberdeen-based subsea technology firm EC-OG has rebranded as Verlume, joining the throng of companies removing any reference to oil and gas in their names.
Subsea energy storage technology developed in Aberdeen is at the heart of an offshore power sea trial at a US Navy test site off the coast of Hawaii.
As AREG approaches its 20th anniversary supporting renewable energy projects and supply chain members transition from oil and gas to the renewable energy sector, there has been an increasing sense of urgency around climate change and the need to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, as well as widespread government and community interest around COP26 in November.
The recently agreed Glasgow Climate Pact was important for setting direction on a global scale for climate change mitigation and decarbonisation.
Subsea energy storage company EC-OG has appointed an experienced business leader to its board to help power the company’s growth.
Scottish firm Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy device has taken the plunge in Orkney ahead of sea trials this summer.
Renewable energy could soon be used to run subsea oil and gas equipment as part of efforts to slash operational emissions.
A dozen UK companies, including several in the north-east, are to benefit from a share of more than a million pounds to help realise their offshore wind ambitions.
Clean energy technology firm EC-OG, of Aberdeen, has appointed a former boss at engineering and consultancy giant Wood as its chairman.
Batteries for subsea use are common, with applications ranging from small sensors and instrumentation, through to fully autonomous robotic vehicles. The next big leap for subsea battery systems in oil and gas is electrification of hydrocarbon production facilities. EC-OG is ready to take on the challenge with our Halo Subsea Battery Storage system.
Fife fabrication firm AJS Production has returned to work to complete a 30-tonne wave machine which will take to the seas this year.
Aberdeen subsea energy storage company EC-OG is planning to create up to 40 new jobs in the coming year after securing £1.6 million backing.
Pioneering new wave technology, which could revolutionise the way in which we capture energy from the sea, is being created in Fife.
Big hitters from industry and politics have toasted the “incredible achievements” of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) in its first three years of business.
A new clean energy power system could soon be used to provide backup power to North Sea assets.
A subsea energy storage firm aiming to decarbonise the North Sea oil and gas sector has launched a crowdfunding campaign to scale-up its business.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has announced the successful testing of its subsea power hub on a North Sea asset.
Students from across the north-east got firsthand experience of working in the energy subsea sector yesterday.
North Sea tides are powering growth and investment in an award-winning Aberdeen-headquartered firm, according to the company’s business development chief.
Subsea technology firm EC-OG has signed up for an extra 1,200sq ft in the recently refurbished Davidson House on Campus One at Aberdeen Innovation Park.
Groundbreaking new kit developed by Aberdeen-based engineer EC-OG has been powered up for the first time off Orkney.
A wage-energy device known as the Penguin has started generating electricity into the national grid from its home west of Orkney.