Ministers now say Scotland has around 10% of European Union offshore energy potential, down from previous claims of 25%
The chief of Equinor's UK operations has warned investment in the North Sea is at "an all-time low" in meetings with the Scottish and UK governments.
North-East Scotland College (Nescol) is receiving millions of pounds in private and government investment to help people into energy transition jobs.
Scottish Government plans could see the country supply 10% of EU hydrogen demand and create 700 jobs.
Scotland's first minister Humza Yousaf has said he is "not convinced" by Equinor's controversial Rosebank oil field.
The Scottish Government is being urged to hand over £80 million of funding promised for carbon capture technology in the north-east.
Plans which could create 150 “green” jobs in the Highlands are being given a £200m boost.
The climate protestors that have been disrupting First Minister’s Question Time have vowed “shutting down the fossil fuel industry” as they’re set to form “blockades”.
The IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) issued a statement recently accusing the UK Government of “neglecting green investment and risking the country’s position in the global race to develop and deploy green technologies.”
Wind farms have become a ubiquitous part of the Scottish landscape.
The Scottish and UK Governments have been called upon to create a long-term energy plan to ensure a ‘viable’ drilling sector remains.
A trade union chief has cast doubt on the Scottish Government’s ability to orchestrate an orderly shift away from oil and gas.
Scottish ministers are considering whether to increase the country’s current offshore wind rollout targets.
Scotland will deploy a "minimum" of 20GW by 2030.
Norway’s Equinor said it is “still working hard” on sanctioning the Rosebank oilfield in the first quarter of next year – despite the latest windfall tax “uncertainty”.
Lolita Jackson, a 9/11 survivor and sustainability investor, has told an energy event in Aberdeen about her career journey into green energy in the wake of the tragedy.
The Scottish Government is set to host an Offshore Energy Skills Event, taking place in Aberdeen today.
The Saudi Energy minister and the former CEO of Shell are among the industry leaders in Aberdeen today for a summit on the Energy Trilemma.
Net Zero Technology Centre has been awarded £2.12M from the Scottish Government’s Just Transition Fund (JTF) to support the delivery of its Hydrogen Offshore Production Project (HOP2).
The Scottish Government and the Highlands and Islands Enterprise have invested a combined £454,000 to help ensure a resilient supply of renewable hydrogen from Eday to the mainland to strengthen Orkney's hydrogen infrastructure.
During a recent visit to the USA the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon gave a speech at the Brooking Institute in which she expressed extensive support for the proposition that hydrogen will be an essential part of the move away from fossil fuels.
A change in Scotland’s income tax take could be on the cards as workers move between subsectors and between industries in the coming years.
North Sea stalwart Melfort Campbell has been honoured at the Offshore Achievement Awards.
It is our responsibility to foster the interest and enthusiasm in young people for a career that will continue to sustain our industry with the skilled workforce it will need in the decades to come.”
Cash generated by Scotland’s offshore wind boom could be used to create a sovereign wealth fund, the cabinet secretary for net zero has revealed.