Low-carbon energy projects in the north-east could create up to 20,600 jobs in the next ten years, a new report has predicted.
Industrial facilities operator px Group has agreed to join forces with Cerulean Winds for the development of three onshore green hydrogen production sites in the UK.
Petrochemicals giant Ineos has thrown its backing behind a trailblazing north-east carbon capture and storage (CCS) project.
Plans to develop a large-scale facility in the north-east, capable of removing carbon from the atmosphere, have taken a step forward.
The new owner of St Fergus gas plant operator px Group has swooped in for UK solar and energy storage firm Anesco.
Residents in Aberdeenshire have been told to expect flaring from the St Fergus gas terminal later this week.
A low carbon technology project, which is being developed by a leading north-east clean energy firm, has been awarded a grant worth almost a quarter of a million pounds.
Critical infrastructure owner-operator px Group has set up a dedicated energy transition team focused on cutting clients’ emissions.
A north-east carbon capture and storage (CCS) project’s hopes of receiving government backing have been given a boost after a senior politician sang its praises.
A new cross-sector group, featuring leading oil and gas firms, has been launched to pressure governments to get behind decarbonisation technology.
Westminster is being urged to put an Aberdeenshire project at the heart of its plans to roll out carbon capture and storage (CCS).
Crown Estate Scotland is tendering a contract, worth tens of thousands of pounds, to study the carbon capture and storage (CCS) market.
A north-east decarbonisation project is to receive a share of £1 billion of UK Government funding aimed at driving down emissions and creating jobs.
Ancala Midstream has won a multi-million pound deal to transport gas from the prolific Edvard Grieg Area in Norway for processing in Scotland.
The UK Government is seeking views on its proposed carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) strategy.
Elon Musk has said he’s putting $100million up for grabs to the best carbon capture and storage (CCS) tech – and Scottish firms are being told to go for it.
Environmental campaigners have branded carbon capture and storage (CCS) a “dangerous distraction” from the urgent need to decarbonise the energy sector.
It’s hoped the award of more than a million pounds to a Scottish decarbonisation group could help to “realise the ambition” of energy transition initiatives in the north-east.
Shell and Unite have clashed over the number of job cuts, and purported safety concerns, at the St Fergus Gas Terminal and Mossmorran plant.
The head of the Scottish Carbon Capture and Storage (SCCS) research partnership has estimated Shetland could still be “20-30 years” from a CCS project as other locations are prioritised.
Wood, of Aberdeen, is teaming up with gas distribution network company SGN to create a "decarbonisation roadmap" for the north-east and east coast of Scotland.
A Scottish energy transition group has applied for funding in an effort to push on with plans to decarbonise swathes of industry north of the border.
Energy services firm Petrofac has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Storegga Geotechnologies in an effort to drive new clean energy developments.
Pale Blue Dot Energy (PBD) has gained "financial heft", with backing from an Australian investment giant to help deliver one of the UK’s first major CCS projects.
An Aberdeenshire firm has partnered with CEOs of some of the largest oil and gas companies on a “world first" catalogue of carbon capture and storage (CCS) resources.