A sense of "pace and purpose" is required to ensure Scotland doesn't miss out on a renewable energy supply chain boom, according to two trade unions ahead of a Holyrood committee roundtable meeting today.
A group of Scotland-based economic development enterprises have vowed to play a major role in the energy transition.
What springs to mind when you hear the word Data? If you are a child of the 80’s like me, your first thought a couple of years ago may well have been the quirky little tech kid from one of the decades favourite movies, Goonies. A couple of years ago maybe, but there are few today that will not be aware of the intrinsic role that data plays in the digital economy agenda and the reshaping of the industries for which it represents the greatest value.
The industry is still just “scratching the surface” of what can be achieved through greater access to data.
Scotland is to plough a six-figure investment into the UK's biggest ever carbon capture and storage (CCS) research study.
Scottish subsea engineering is world class, according to an extensive study of the sector.
Progress has been made since Scottish Enterprise (SE) published its subsea action plan two years ago, its head of oil and gas said.
Delegates are being invited to a subsea business breakfast during the upcoming Subsea Expo conference to discuss the sector's future.
As Scotland’s energy sector transitions to a lower-carbon future, diversification has become a buzzword for businesses looking to take advantage of new opportunities.
There is a "big prize" for the north-east subsea sector if it can get greater government recognition and support, according to a subsea boss.
The site of the former Underwater Centre could be salvaged through a new "concept" thanks to efforts by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE).
Scottish Enterprise has invested just £500,000 from a cash pot of £10 million, a report from Holyrood's Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee has revealed.
Several industry bodies are joining forces for a conference next month to highlight how subsea supply chain firms can work together to improve the competitiveness of the North Sea.
Subsea collaboration between Scotland and Japan has sparked a wave of investment on both countries' shores.
Scottish Enterprise chairman and former Wood Group chief executive Bob Keiller was yesterday unveiled as Scotland’s “icon of the year” in the Barclays Entrepreneur Awards.
Spirit Energy has been named as one of operators backing a new supply chain opportunity for the decommissioning of offshore pipeline bundles.
An initiative to support oil and gas professionals who were made redundant has announced the creation of six new businesses.
The size of the cake has dwindled for Scotland’s oil industry supply chain, but the international slice is getting bigger, a business leader has said.
Two economic development bodies will join forces in the crusade to anchor the oil and gas supply chain in the north-east.
Decom North Sea has published a directory of nearly 300 supply chain firms which can support decommissioning in the North Sea.
Delegates from across the oil and gas industry are being invited to a networking event to learn about the current state of the subsea industry and what is in store for the future.
A US technology firm is to receive almost £300,000 in funding to develop seismic surveys of the North Sea.
Nicola Sturgeon will today announce a £12million boost towards Aberdeen Harbour’s £350million expansion.
Scotland’s oil and gas supply chain suffered a 7% drop in international sales in the 2015/16 financial year, a new report said.
New figures from Scottish Enterprise (SE) show spending on oil and gas innovation in Scotland nearly trebled last year.