Orsted’s new service operation vessel (SOV) has arrived in the Port of Grimsby as it prepares for life working on some of the world’s largest wind farms.
Supermajor BP and renewables giant Orsted are going head to head over the same patch of the North Sea, according to reports.
Three companies will pay £10.5 million to the energy watchdog's redress fund over the power cuts in August which left more than one million customers without power and caused travel chaos, regulator Ofgem has said.
Energy network protection systems worked "in line with their design" during the August 9 power cut, but security standards should be reviewed to determine if higher levels of resilience would be appropriate, a report into the incident by National Grid has concluded.
SSE has been condemned by the safety watchdog over the potential for a “jet fire” to occur at a gas storage facility.
Construction firm Balfour Beatty has today announced that it will build the substation for the 1.4 gigawatt (GW) Hornsea Two offshore wind development.
Helicopter operator CHC has unveiled a winch training facility to give its North Sea diversification drive a lift.
Bosses at Saipem said yesterday that the Italian energy construction firm had more offshore renewable power projects in its sights in the UK North Sea.
A massive heavy transport vessel has broken a record as the largest ever to dock at the Port of Blyth.
CHC has clinched a deal to provide helicopters for the first phase of a major offshore UK wind farm project.
Denmark's Dong Energy has taken a step closer to delivering one of the world's biggest offshore development zones.