Firms behind the bid for a Forth Green Freeport estimate 7,000 new Fife jobs can be created if plans are approved.
A recent investigation linked gas flaring to cancer cases in Iraq, so where does this leave people living around Mossmorran in Fife?
Updated: Methil wildcat strikes brought to an end with Harland and Wolff and unions poised for talks
Workers taking part in wildcat strikes at the Methil fabrication yard have stood down with negotiations due to start shortly.
The chief executive of CessCon Decom has warned that a potential “bottleneck” could emerge for onshore dismantling over the coming years as North Sea decommissioning ramps up.
Harland and Wolff’s Methil yard has taken delivery of a “first sea cargo shipment” of parts for wind turbine jackets.
Aberdeen’s Texo Group has bagged a multi-million pound fabrication contract for work on a Scottish offshore wind farm.
Orca Oceanic Systems has opened a new base at the site of the mothballed manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (Bi-Fab) thanks to a contract win with Well-Safe Solutions.
Campaigners on the Isle of Lewis are calling for “safeguards and guarantees” that the Arnish yard will benefit from future work secured by its new owners.
Communities close to the petro chemical plants at Mossmorran have been warned to expect flaring as a £140million upgrade of the processing plant gets set to begin in earnest.
‘A bright future for Levenmouth’: £18m for world’s first project to heat homes with 100% green hydrogen
Fife has leapt closer to launching the world’s first 100% green hydrogen network with the announcement of an £18 million funding boost.
A Scottish manufacturing firm has snapped up a multi-million pound contract to support construction work for a major North Sea wind farm.
Scottish energy service firms are being encouraged to partner up with their counterparts in France in order to make inroads into its emerging offshore wind market.
“Apocalyptic” flaring at the Mossmorran petrochemical plant in Fife has been brought to an end after three nights of noise, light and vibrations.
The Shell UK plant at Mossmorran has returned to normal operations following Tuesday’s severe weather but flaring is understood to be continuing at neighbouring ExxonMobil.
Mossmorran is facing an eight-month delay to noise reduction improvements as ExxonMobil seeks to hold off on the £140million programme.
TechnipFMC plans to cut around 60 jobs in Fife after the price of oil and gas plummeted.
More than 100 workers staged an unofficial walkout at the controversial Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife yesterday.
Residents and environmental campaigners are rejoicing after controversial plans to build a gas peaking plant in the shadow of a Fife village were thrown out for a second time.
Bomb disposal experts were called in after a suspicious package was found on an offshore platform near the Fife coast.
Construction is expected to start next month on a multi-million pound project to prepare a yard in Fife for handling North Sea decommissioning jobs.
Mossmorran bosses have announced a £140 million investment in the plant to reduce flaring.
Flaring at the Mossmorran chemical plant in Fife will continue into this week.
A Fife beach has been closed to the public following an overnight oil spill.
A decommissioning specialist has taken a step closer to setting up a scrapping facility at the Fife-based birthplace of numerous oil rigs.
Funding has been secured to push ahead with two major energy projects in Fife and at Grangemouth.