Aberdeen’s National Decommissioning Centre (NDC) and local firm Aubin Group have been awarded a share of an £800,000 fund to develop new technology for installing offshore wind farms.
An Aberdeen-based technology centre initially set up to boost North Sea oil production is being renamed to better reflect its recent “pivot” to emissions-busting endeavours.
Collaborating on the collection and use of data is a “challenging” but “necessary” step for the energy sector to reach net zero, an industry event has heard.
OGTC has partnered with a consortium to deliver a sustainable membrane absorption and regeneration technology for direct air capture (SMART-DAC).
OGTC has confirmed it is “refreshing” its board after documents showed a raft of directors had left the Aberdeen-based technology centre.
The global hydrogen technology manufacturing pie is going to be huge, according to Martyn Tulloch, OGTC head of energy system integration.
The UK energy sector has been warned that an alarming lack of progress on gender diversity in its senior ranks threatens to derail its transition to net-zero.
Oil and gas firms are being urged to welcome new decommissioning technologies with “open arms” in order to aid there development.
A pioneering project that would use wastewater from an Aberdeenshire distillery as a feedstock for producing clean-burning “green” hydrogen is in the running for a funding injection.
Scottish firm Mocean Energy’s Blue X wave energy device has taken the plunge in Orkney ahead of sea trials this summer.
“Game-changing” technologies designed to accelerate the production, transportation, storage and utilisation of hydrogen could be in-line to receive significant funding.
The decision by the French company EDF to award London-based InfraStrata a contract for eight of the 56 foundation jackets for the NnG offshore wind farm has got a lot of people extremely excited.
Blue hydrogen will be fundamental in kick starting the establishment of a “hydrogen economy” in the UK, an industry expert has said.
At-scale recycling of wind turbine blades could present the UK supply chain with “huge economic opportunities”, according to a new report.
A sustainable future is closely linked to creating and adopting innovative technologies. These new products, services and ways of working may solve many of the challenges we face as individuals and as a society. However, to unlock the power of innovation, these technologies must be adopted and deployed. How we produce and consume energy is a critical element of a sustainable future.
Renewable energy could soon be used to run subsea oil and gas equipment as part of efforts to slash operational emissions.
Disrupt or be disrupted. Those are the options open to Aberdeen in the field of low-carbon technology development, according to entrepreneur Martin Gilbert.
Want to hear from a ‘financial activist’ on a mission to make money a force for good, for people and the planet? That’s exactly what you can do if you join Rob Gardner on the OGTC’s Insight60 event next month.
West of Shetland operators are working with “serious intent” to get huge new oil projects “to a net zero outcome”, according to the head of a major clean energy scheme on the islands.
The rapid transition under way in energy means that now more than ever the sector must grasp the opportunities presented by technology.
Business intelligence company, Offshore Network, are next month hosting the Upstream Digital Transformation Conference, a digitalisation event, but not one that’s looking at technology. Instead the event focuses on the ‘people’ aspects of digital transformation, with sessions including discussions on culture change, skills and collaboration.
There’s a general view that we should consign the year gone by to history. In oil and gas, and the wider energy industry, 2020 can more accurately be viewed as another challenging time for a sector accustomed to being beleaguered.
Remote inspection technology firm Air Control Entech (ACE) intends to recruit up to 10 new employees after landing a partnership with Stork, a Fluor company.
A new “Manifesto for Clean Growth” unites public, private and third sector partners in a shared mission to identify the economic opportunities a net-zero future offers the Scottish economy.
Fifth of North Sea jobs could go by 2050 without ‘urgent investment’ in net zero solutions, says OGTC report
The number of jobs in the North Sea energy sector could fall by 20% in the coming years without “urgent investment” in offshore net zero solutions.