GOVERNMENT and industry figures will meet in Stornoway in June to raise the profile of the Outer Hebrides' energy prospects.
Fast-expanding energy service company Senergy said yesterday it had appointed a former Halliburton boss as its first chief operating officer (COO).
Organisations and individuals in Scotland's oil and gas industry are being encouraged to step forward and share their stories of success, while putting themselves in the frame for the Scottish Offshore Achievement Awards 2010.
Aberdeen Renewable Energy Group (Areg) and North Scotland Industries Group (NSIG) have joined forces in a drive to put Scotland firmly on the global sustainable-energy map.
A teenage role model for the energy industry has helped her company to complete an impressive double at an offshore awards ceremony.
CMS Cameron McKenna opened its new offices on Queens Road, Aberdeen, at the beginning of August. Regular readers will know that we have had a dedicated team of energy lawyers here in Aberdeen for almost 18 years, and I am delighted that we are opening our doors as the energy industry comes together once more for Offshore Europe.
THE Shell GameChanger Innovation Fair took place at the AECC recently, attracting much interest from a host of would-be innovators and developers.
US oil service giant Halliburton has officially opened its new £20million North Sea headquarters in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen-based Sigma Offshore said yesterday it had secured £2million of new funding to further develop its oil and gas technology.
THE role of women in the energy industry came under the spotlight at an event at the Mercure Ardoe House Hotel and Spa at Blairs, near Aberdeen, yesterday.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown was accused last night of playing down the importance of the offshore oil and gas industry in his new Energy and Climate Change Department.
The Government has taken a bold lead of late in committing the UK to deep and challenging cuts to our carbon emissions.
The continuation and evolution of "The Great Game", that oft-quoted 19th-century struggle for dominance between Imperial Britain and Czarist Russia, was among the topics discussed over coffee with Energy's editor, Jeremy Cresswell, on August 4.
I have been in Georgia several times this year, working on a feasibility study of transporting gas from the Caspian Sea countries - Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan - to European markets.
A recent discussion with one of my partners, Paul Sheridan, who deals with environmental law, gave me some food for thought which I wanted to share with you.