A new Stornoway deep water port, hailed as a “game-changer” for the region's renewable energy ambitions, is taking shape.
Harland and Wolff
Aberdeen subsidiary will address ‘a very sizeable business opportunity’ for clean marine tech in the oil and gas market.
Harland & Wolff (LON: HARL) has announced the findings of a large-scale hydrogen concept study by Atkins regarding its Islandmagee Gas Storage Facility.
A trade union chief has cast doubt on the Scottish Government’s ability to orchestrate an orderly shift away from oil and gas.
Harland & Wolff has terminated its contract with Saipem for the supply of four wind turbine jackets for a major Scottish offshore wind project, claiming cost escalation and delays have made the work “sub-economic.”
The owner of two Scottish fabrication yards has entered into a debt refinancing agreement as it seeks to grow the business.
Harland & Wolff Group has provided an update on the judicial review of the marine licence for the Islandmagee gas storage project.
Following "delays", Saipem has come to an agreement with Harland and Wolff (LON: HARL) to de-scope a contract for the NNG wind farm off Fife.
Fabrication firm Harland and Wolff (LON: HARL) has announced the appointment of a new board member.
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.
Offshore construction firm Harland and Wolff has completed its first contract at Arnish after acquiring the yard last year.
The former Bi-Fab yard at Arnish is keeping “very busy” with two contract wins for the Hinkley C nuclear power station and for Italian energy services firm Saipem.
Stornoway Port Authority has awarded the £49 million contract for construction of its new multi-purpose deep water terminal to building and civil engineering firm McLaughlin and Harvey.
“Put simply, a just transition is about moving to an environmentally sustainable economy (that’s the ‘transition’ part) without leaving workers in polluting industries behind,” says NGO Greenpeace
It is more than a year since the unceremonious collapse of Burntisland Fabrications (BiFab) and the apprehension that followed.
Energy Voice’s latest monthly supplement has been published with The Press & Journal.
Signs are beginning to emerge that the energy crisis that has plagued much of Europe in 2021 may be more than a blip.
A marine licence has been granted to Harland and Wolff for a new gas storage licence in the UK.
Harland and Wolff (LON: HARL) is involved in “several negotiations” with companies looking to leverage its renewables fabrication capabilities.
The former Bi-Fab fabrication yard at Arnish has landed its first external contact since being taken over by Harland and Wolff earlier this year.
There are positive signs that Arnish could soon be in line for work after details were shared of upgrades carried out at the yard.
Harland and Wolff’s Methil yard has taken delivery of a “first sea cargo shipment” of parts for wind turbine jackets.
InfraStrata has landed a major contract with Saipem for work on the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) Offshore Wind Farm in the outer Firth of Forth.
Infrastrata has announced the acquisition of the Methil and Arnish yards of the collapsed Scottish manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (Bifab).
The “vast majority” of UK offshore oil infrastructure will be decommissioned in Britain despite competition from Norwegian yards for the biggest jobs, a market expert claimed.