Teekay has bid a “final farewell” to the Petrojarl Banff FPSO, which has now arrived in Denmark for decommissioning.
SSE Renewables is hoping to publish details of a “significant inward investment” in Scotland in the near future.
The Scottish Government has decided not to let up quarantine rules for oil and gas workers returning from overseas, deciding that doing so would be “too risky”.
Scottish Engineering (SE) is today launching a net-zero skills support programme for the sector in Scotland.
Energy service firm Baker Hughes is reshuffling its north-east facilities footprint once more in an effort to “drive synergies” and improve conditions for staff.
Scotland has given a ten-fold increase to maximum bids for its offshore wind auction, ScotWind, after Big Oil flexed its financial muscles last month.
Nicola Sturgeon has acknowledged the latest delay to Scotland's offshore wind leasing round was “deeply unwelcome” among renewables investors and developers.
Stars from Game of Thrones, Schitts Creek and Line of Duty are joining the new Amazon Prime show “The Rig”, to be filmed in Scotland.
Scotland is “on the cusp” of a climate technology revolution, according to a new report highlighting the nation’s credentials for tackling global warming.
The future of the energy system belongs to our children, grandchildren and all subsequent generations. But what we do now regarding climate change will determine the quality of that future.
EDF Renewables will break ground next week on its new onshore wind farm in Scotland’s central belt.
Infrastrata has announced the acquisition of the Methil and Arnish yards of the collapsed Scottish manufacturer Burntisland Fabrication (Bifab).
Solar Energy Scotland has appointed Thomas McMillan, Savills UK head of energy consultancy based in Perth, as its new chairman.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said oil and gas workers travelling back into Scotland could be granted exemption from enforced quarantine measures.
SSE has added another 53 new recruits to its ranks as it steps up ambitions to treble its renewable output and build the electricity network needed to deliver net zero.
BP is “likely” planning entry into the Scotland offshore wind market, according to an industry expert, after securing a landmark move into the UK sector.
The 200-bedroom hotel will reopen its doors on February 1 to key workers, primarily those in the oil and gas industry, and will be ready to welcome others when restrictions are lifted.
Ambitious proposals to develop one of the UK’s largest solar farms in Angus have re-emerged.
Scottish firm Sulmara Subsea is making an expansion drive into the Asia-Pacific (APAC) with a new office in Singapore.
Ørsted has announced its intention to bid in the forthcoming ScotWind leasing round, which opened to applicants last week.
A major leasing round expected to generate more than £8 billion of investment in Scottish offshore wind projects opened to applicants today.
A wind farm in the northern Highlands recently hit a major milestone after it exported electricity to the National Gird for the first time.
Scotland’s green hydrogen capabilities could “significantly contribute” towards domestic and international net zero targets through the decarbonisation of heavy industry.
Fred Olsen Renewables application to develop Paul’s Hill II wind farm in Moray has been approved by Scottish ministers.
Port of Cromarty Firth (PCF) aims to be at the heart of a jobs bonanza after signing a “letter of intent” to bring new renewable energy work to the north.