As Big Oil becomes increasingly regarded as a pariah, so attitudes are changing in a number of Western governments towards support for smaller nations looking to develop their fossil fuel resources.
If you take all the different energy industries, solutions and technologies laid out like a jigsaw it would create a colourful picture of where Scotland is today, with each key element playing an important part in our net-zero future.
A £513,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise will help Norwegian industrial software company Aize create 10 new jobs in Scotland.
A former Scottish Enterprise (SE) head of energy has been appointed to lead the economic development quango as chief executive.
A new company tasked with realising Sir Ian Wood’s vision of an Energy Transition Zone in the south of Aberdeen has found its CEO.
The global hydrogen technology manufacturing pie is going to be huge, according to Martyn Tulloch, OGTC head of energy system integration.
Development agency Scottish Enterprise (SE) has announced it will spend £400 million in the next year safeguarding and creating employment.
“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.
Scottish Enterprise today announced the first of a series of grant funding calls to support economic recovery and create new green jobs.
The joint heads of a taskforce are “absolutely confident” the group’s work will help stimulate an imminent ramp-up in North Sea oil-well decommissioning activity.
An innovative accelerator programme that aims to help support Scotland’s journey to net zero is on the lookout for SMEs to be part of its next cohort.
A UK-first green hydrogen scheme has been unveiled to decarbonise heat and power at Kirkwall Airport in Orkney.
Concern over ‘unintended consequences’ of Scottish withdrawal of support for oilfield services exports
Oil industry chiefs have asked for an “urgent meeting” with Scottish Ministers to highlight the “unintended consequences” a trade policy shift could have on the north-east’s fragile supply chain.
Technology start-up Xergy has secured almost half a million pounds to help further develop its “revolutionary” digital platform.
Bosses at Deep Casing Tools (DCT) will use a cash injection of £1.6 million to bring more ground-breaking oil and gas technology to the global market.
A Scottish firm has clinched its maiden contract for dismantling offshore platforms at a facility in Methil, Fife.
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.
Subsea engineering firms could beef up their research and development budgets with the help of a new practical support programme.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) chief executive Steve Dunlop has stepped down after two-and-a-half years in the post, the economic development quango has announced.
Silicon Valley businessman Tom Siebel urged business leaders to “drive not delegate the digital transformation”, in his keynote address to delegates at ENGenious Online.
More than US$500bn worth of project opportunities will be presented by key major project decision makers from around the globe at the Virtual Energy Exports Conference on Monday 28 September to Thursday 1 October (vEEC Week).
Oil and gas veteran Brian Nixon was among those recognised for their contributions to the decommissioning sector during the 2020 Decom North Sea (DNS) Awards yesterday.
I could feel the long, lockdown-length hairs on the back of my neck beginning to rise and my blood pressure soar as I read the response of Steve Dunlop, chief executive of Scottish Enterprise, to the report by the Scottish Government’s Advisory Group on Economic Recovery (AGER).