Backed with up to £5m from the Scottish Government, the delayed skills passport is not expected until well into the new year.
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OEUK decommissioning report highlights supply chain crunch between wind installation and removing oil and gas platforms.
The decommissioning sector is facing a myriad of challenges including inflationary pressures, skills shortages and a lack of project visibility according to Decom Mission, the Aberdeen-based trade body representing the industry.
While Rishi Sunak sets out plans to maximise oil and gas, north-east community groups and campaigners in the north-east are keen to make sure there is life after fossil fuels for the region.
As well as potentially violating international law, officials advised Sunak's office that increasing North Sea extraction would increase carbon emissions.
Global Underwater Hub report finds supply chain capability high, lack of project visibility threatening confidence
A report by the Global Underwater Hub (GUH) released today has emphasised the strength of the UK supply chain but warns a continuing lack of project surety is impeding necessary investment.
New fitness company Offshore Fitness is aiming to help industry workers overcome the challenges they face staying active on the job.
Progress is being made on D&I in the oil and gas sector, says AFBE-UK's Ollie Folayan, but there's still much more work to do.
The Port of Aberdeen’s “transformational” £420 million expansion project has been officially opened by The Princess Royal on Friday, September 22.
On August 25, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) adopted a resolution proclaiming that January 26, 2024 will be dubbed the International Day of Clean Energy.
A “fundamental belief” that the UK should be developing its North Sea resources is the big driver behind Chris Cox’s new vehicle, Curium Resources.
UK managing director Nicolas Payer on TotalEnergies' multi-energy plan for the region, and having 'no regrets' on sharing footage of the Storm Otto safety incident on Elgin-Franklin.
For the last fifty years, the North Sea energy industry has been synonymous with endeavour, innovation, and achievement.
TotalEnergies (XPAR:TTE) has marked a milestone for its Ailsa floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel in the North Sea.
Aberdeen subsidiary will address ‘a very sizeable business opportunity’ for clean marine tech in the oil and gas market.
The licences are expected to be issued in September.
Support for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) is planned as part of the UK Government’s upcoming Energy Week.
Oil and gas firms own just 7% of global floating offshore wind projects in the pipeline, according to analysis.
Electrification of oil and gas platforms not only supports lower carbon emissions offshore, but it also has huge potential to deliver energy security through power back to the UK grid, writes Flotation Energy's Barry MacLeod.
Meanwhile First Minister Humza Yousaf called for an end to "dithering and delay" for Acorn CCS funding.
The deliberations come as CEO Wael Sawan focuses the company’s investments on fossil fuels.
Strike action planned for this week by hundreds of Stork contractors has been suspended amid a new offer.
Norway has had a run of oil and gas exploration discovery success which has served to underline the lack thereof for its UK neighbour.
Halting methane releases is one of the most effective ways for the oil and gas industry to combat climate change. An International Energy Agency report released Tuesday also suggests it’s one of the cheapest.
A welcomed move from industry, but projections show the price floor is unlikely to kick in before the tax is due to end in March 2028.