Addressing a session on skills and the energy transition, Scottish energy minister Gillian Martin said she would listen to the industry to ensure a supportive policy landscape.
Scotland's first minister Humza Yousaf has said he is "not convinced" by Equinor's controversial Rosebank oil field.
SNP Westminster leader Stephen Flynn is heaping pressure on UK government ministers to give clarity on carbon capture investment for the north-east.
The UK Government must do more to support pumped hydro storage projects, Humza Yousaf has said.
Scotland’s First Minister has taken aim at the UK Government over the lack of movement on carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Humza Yousaf has called for all parties to find a resolution to the swathe of strikes currently taking place across the North Sea.
Mr Anderson said there was no shortage of money or investors around the world looking to back sustainable projects, but “every other country is chasing them as well, and every other country is out there to eat our lunch."
Mr Yousaf will use his speech at All-Energy to call for an “accelerated timetable” for the Acorn CCUS scheme and match funding for the the Scottish Government’s £500 million Just Transition Fund for the North East and Moray.
Scottish First Minister Humza Yousaf will address the opening plenary of the All-Energy and Dcarbonise event in Glasgow next week, alongside a host of industry and political figures.
While in Dundee for the Scottish Trades Union Congress’s (STUC) conference, first minister Humza Yousaf was questioned on the SNP's green policies.
Now that the new First Minister has firmly established himself in Bute House, making the north east of Scotland a global leader in net zero should be one of his top priorities. As an industry and region, we have tremendous engineering and innovation capability that can make Scotland a key player in renewable technology and decarbonisation, enabling a green transition that has job creation and economic prosperity at its heart.
Floating solar panels are to be installed in the waters off Scotland for the first time this year - with First Minister Humza Yousaf insisting the technology has "significant potential".
The new first minister will announce the investment from the Scottish Government’s dedicated fund aimed at supporting the move away from oil and gas.
Humza Yousaf has been named leader of the SNP and is set to take over as Scotland's first minister - and as he now looks to form a government Energy Voice looks at his history with the energy sector.
Humza Yousaf has been named leader of the Scottish National Party and the energy industry is calling for the incoming first minister to not leave oil workers “high and dry”.
Scotland now has a new First Minister and, as ever in politics, there is a bulging in tray for Humza Yousaf as he prepares to lead the country through a period of significant economic challenge.
Dundee-based Humza Yousaf triumphed over Highlander Kate Forbes with 52% of the vote among SNP members today.
The contest to become leader of the Scottish National Party and First Minister of Scotland did not get off to an auspicious start. The first week was largely devoted to arguing about the place of God in politics.
Scotland’s transport minister has yet to decide whether to support calls for an independent public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.