Emergency services attended a fire within a docked oil rig in Dundee on Friday morning.
Developers of the Neart na Gaoithe (NNG) wind farm off Fife have hailed the “most momentous milestone yet” with the installation of the project’s first turbine.
‘The challenge for Scotland was port infrastructure. I think we’ve solved that’: Forth Ports charts bright future for Leith renewables hub
With construction works at Leith now well underway, bosses at Forth Ports say they will soon be ready for a tidal wave of work at Scotland’s newest wind marshalling site.
Forth Ports has announced that its operations are set to be carbon neutral by 2032 and Net Zero by 2042.
A successful bid to establish one of Scotland’s two freeports around the Forth will bring with it billions of pounds of investment and 50,000 green jobs, its backers said.
Aberdeen business leader equated "awful policy decisions" on freeports, energy policy and lack of CCS support to a "catalogue of betrayals" from Scottish and UK Governments.
Forth Ports’ £40m renewables hub in Dundee was amongst the projects and companies honoured at the Scottish Renewables Green Energy Awards on Thursday night.
Energy giant BP (LON: BP) is “absolutely following through” on its pledge to put Aberdeen at the heart of its offshore wind activities.
Firms behind the bid for a Forth Green Freeport estimate 7,000 new Fife jobs can be created if plans are approved.
Firms behind the bid for a Forth Green Freeport estimate 7,000 new jobs can be created if plans are approved.
The Port of Dundee has secured a prized contract to assemble the tallest turbines ever deployed in Scottish waters.
An investigation has been launched after part of a crane collapsed into Burntisland Harbour.
Tenders for Scotland’s two green freeports could be awarded as early as July.
Forth Ports has announced a series of new leadership appointments as its senior team is restructured to reflect the growing role of ports in the offshore renewables sector.
‘Scotland plc is really important to us’: Forth Ports says investment doesn’t mean offshore wind competition
Bosses at Forth Ports have claimed a “game-changing” £40million investment in the Port of Leith will not equate to competition with the rest of Scotland for offshore wind work.
The development of a “net-zero hub” on the Firth of Forth is key to achieving Scotland’s climate change goals, according to global natural resources consultancy Wood Mackenzie.
Forth Ports, owner of seven ports on the east coast of Scotland, will submit a “green port” bid to the Scottish Government.
A gas platform is scheduled to make the short trip from one Fife port to another ahead of its dismantling this week.
A £40million plan to create the "largest and best located" renewable energy hub in Scotland at the Port of Leith has been unveiled.
The Port of Leith is bolstering its renewables offering with a seven-figure investment to open up an "additional 25 hectares of land".
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.
More North Sea oil and gas work coming to the Port of Dundee boosted revenues for owner Forth Ports last year.
Oil giant Shell has confirmed that decommissioning work on the Curlew floating production (FPSO) vessel moored in Dundee has been halted.
The boss of Forth Ports will outline his vision for the future of the Port of Dundee at a Courier Business Briefing next month.
The financial controller of Forth Ports, Alex Smith, has today been appointed to the board of the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult.