A boss at Petrofac said yesterday his confidence that the North Sea market is picking up in 2021 is based on real activity, rather than mere hope.
Energy service firm Petrofac said today it intended to be a “force for good” in the global transition to low carbon as it rolled out a “refreshed” strategy.
A Dundee firm will add 20 staff this year after securing a major wind turbine contract.
French oil giant Total plans to rebrand as “Total Energies”, in a move it said would underline its strategy to become a net zero emissions company.
Total and investment giant Macquarie have won rights to develop a wind project of up to 1.5 gigawatts off the UK.
This November, the world’s heads of state, climate experts and campaigners are expected to come together in Glasgow for the COP26 summit to discuss action to accelerate towards the goals of the Paris Agreement. Hosted by the UK this latest United Nations Climate Change conference will be a pivotal moment in history and comes at a time when the world faces the twin existential crises of climate change and the coronavirus pandemic.
North Sea helicopter operator CHC has bagged a contract to provide services for three offshore wind farms, including two in Scotland.
SSE Renewables has launched a consultation on the connection proposals for part of its major North Sea offshore wind development.
A Middle Eastern firm chosen to build key infrastructure for Scottish offshore wind projects announced plans for a strategic reorganisation today.
The manufacturer for the largest wind farms in Scotland has announced plans for 220 job cuts in what has been described as a "body blow" for the sector.
The starting pistol on the countdown to COP 26 has been fired and for SSE Renewables which, as part of the SSE Group, was recently announced as a partner with the UK Government to support the summit in Glasgow in 2021, there’s no better time to discuss how we accelerate the transition to net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
At the start of last month, Scotland’s Just Transition Commission generated domestic headlines after criticising the Scottish Government’s handling of the BiFab crisis.
European oil and gas majors are expected to make “targeted acquisitions” over the next few years in order to gain further footholds in the renewables market, according to a new study.
The Scottish Government cannot legally provide any more financial support to the struggling BiFab yards, Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop has said.
Scottish Government accused of being ‘deliberately misleading’ over Contracts for Difference criticism
A leading union has accused the Scottish Government of being “deliberately misleading” after it indicated that Westminster was to blame for supply chain firms north of the border missing out on offshore wind contracts.
The failure to bring even a fraction of the Seagreen windfarm contracts to Scottish yards is a scandal on several levels and politicians should unite to insist on a forensic inquiry into how it happened – yet again.
Renewable energy supply chain companies in Scotland need to level up their capabilities if they’re going to compete on a global scale, according to the developer behind the Kincardine Offshore Floating Wind Farm.
Unions, local business and industry representatives have joined forces to challenge what they call a “renewables scandal too far”, after supply chain firm BiFab failed to secure any contracts for a major offshore wind project.
All of the turbine jackets for Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm will be fabricated thousands of miles from the North Sea despite a Government-supported bid by Fife’s BiFab.
A group of Angus fisherman have caused a change of plans for a £3 billion offshore wind development.
The UK's "reliance" on other countries to help develop its offshore wind sector is a lesson for its burgeoning CCS industry, according to a boss at Spirit Energy.
More than three-quarters of Scots oil workers are considering retraining for the energy transition, according to a new claim from Scottish Renewables.
French energy giant Total this morning announced first-half net losses of £6.5 billion, but provided some cheer by maintaining its dividend and celebrating a major discovery off Suriname.
Italian engineering and construction firm Saipem has won a contract to install turbine foundations for the Seagreen wind farm, off the coast of Angus.
For more than a century, coal has played a primary role in the UK’s energy mix.