It is my unhappy lot to have two governments, neither of which I voted for and whose ideologies I do not like. But that’s democracy and I will survive it. How well the Scottish economy survives it is another question which the green energy recovery brings into focus.
Jeremy Corbyn’s policies on energy have been condemned as “naive and short-sighted” by one of Labour’s major union backers.
Jeremy Corbyn will pledge to create an energy policy “for the 60 million, not the Big Six” if he becomes prime minister, including the creation of 300,000 jobs in the renewables sector.
The House of Lords is set to investigate whether energy policy has led to market failures.
The UK has voted to leave the European Union. A majority of 51.9% voted to end a 43-year membership of the EU.
Following the historic vote to leave the EU, there are now a wide range of possible outcomes for the UK’s energy sector in respect of its regulatory and market options, and its relationship with the EU.
Energy Secretary Amber Rudd has been accused of contradicting David Cameron over the potential of technology to limit carbon dioxide emissions.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey hailed the spirit of the North Sea oil and gas industry's "pioneers" last night - and praised the sector's recent "renaissance".
Energy secretary Edward Davey today described the health of the North Sea as "crucial to Britain's power and economic needs for decades to come".
Europe needs to come up with a common position on gas - including shale - if it is to be able to exploit the resource, reduce carbon emissions and imports and re-industrialise the union, according to OMV's chief executive.
A trade mission from the Falklands will be in Aberdeen next week to learn more about the north-east's oil and gas sector.
First Minister Alex Salmond has launched a thinly veiled attack on Donald Trump ahead of his appearance at Holyrood today to oppose offshore windfarms.
SCOTLAND could earn £2billion a year exporting electricity if energy policy was fully devolved from Westminster, according to a think-tank.
Oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has accused Scottish ministers of being in denial over their belief that the country's energy needs can be met from renewable sources.