There is just a fortnight to go until the UK Government could reveal the two projects that will form its carbon capture and storage (CCS) vanguard.
Aberdeen City Council has won a share of a £1million pot to progress its ambitions for hydrogen and solar projects.
Spiralling gas prices and shortages of fuel on the UK’s forecourts have brought into sharp focus the importance of ensuring policy protects the country’s energy supplies throughout the energy transition.
The countdown to COP26 is well and truly upon us. In a few short weeks, world leaders will gather in Glasgow for crucial talks on climate change, with a focus on cutting carbon to achieve net zero emissions by 2050.
Is it my imagination or are things looking up a bit on the renewables front here in Scotland?
A boss at Peterhead Port Authority has hailed carbon capture and storage (CCS) as a once in a generation opportunity for the town.
As in life, the Energy Transition and achievement of Net Zero, in my mind, is about balance.
Chiyoda, Mitsubishi, and Sembcorp Industries, have signed a memorandum of understanding to explore the feasibility of setting up a hydrogen supply chain in Singapore.
State-backed Thai player PTT Exploration & Production’s (PTTEP’s) new chief executive, Montri Rawanchaikul, intends to strengthen the firm’s core upstream business in Southeast Asia, while preparing for new energy opportunities.
ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) and Rosneft (MCX:ROSN) have signed a memorandum of understanding to cooperate on the assessment of lower-carbon technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from their operations.
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A leading energy adviser has lamented the decision to award a contract for a major Scottish hydrogen project to a company from Norway.
Wood, of Aberdeen, has been chosen to carry out work for a major decarbonisation project in England.
Peterhead’s future as a crucial hub for the transportation of low carbon fuel and emissions was discussed by ministers in Westminster this week.
A new report has examined how ageing North Sea infrastructure could be repurposed for wind-powered hydrogen production.
Chevron has today set out plans to adapt to the energy transition through the investment of more cash in new low carbon sources.
Energy giant BP has announced the appointment of a new executive vice president for gas & low carbon energy.
Australian liquefied natural gas (LNG) developer Woodside has joined five parties to establish the HyStation company, which aims to build and operate hydrogen refuelling stations to service public transport bus fleets in South Korea.
Malaysia's state energy company Petronas and Japanese oil giant Eneos are exploring opportunities to develop a clean hydrogen supply chain between the two nations.
With COP26 in Glasgow two months away, one might think Scottish political eyes would be turning towards the issues it will discuss, even if that means parking some other preoccupations for the time being. Not so.
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The production and export of hydrogen to consumers will play a key role in the UK reaching its climate objectives and net-zero targets.
Jo Bamford, heir to the $10billion fortune of the family behind construction equipment firm JCB, has co-founded an investment fund for the hydrogen sector.
“At BP, I think we try to do the right thing,” says Emeka Emembolu, the energy giant’s North Sea boss.