Offshore platform electrification will be the “main key technology” in reducing carbon emissions from oil and gas production, according to a senior academic.
A host of north and north-east companies and projects have been given cash injections through the Scottish Government’s decommissioning challenge fund (DCF).
Some of the UK’s top economists are to address the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic in the Press and Journal’s first digital business breakfast tomorrow.
Scotland's Shell-backed Eco-Marathon teams have vowed to come back even stronger next year after the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of 2020 track events.
One of Scotland’s top economists has said the Covid-19 crisis may usher in a “window of opportunity” to support the north-east energy transition.
No ‘utopian answer’ to net zero conundrum as ‘whole host of technologies’ needed, Scottish Power chief says
There is no “utopian answer” to meet the UK’s 2050 net zero goal as the solution will require a “whole host of technologies”, the boss of a utility giant has claimed.
The son of a Piper Alpha survivor has published new research to shine a light on the hidden ”moral costs” of disaster incidents
Exclusive: Figures show ‘resurgence’ for oil and gas university courses in Aberdeen following downturn
University chiefs have hailed a “resurgence” in applications to oil and gas courses in Aberdeen following a sharp drop during the downturn.
The UK offshore wind market will "likely remain" in shallower waters without significant floating wind investment, according to a new report.
Students from Aberdeen University scooped a prestigious electric car award over the weekend, despite being first-time competitors at the Shell Eco-marathon in London.
The Oil and gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) has announced the signing of its 100th project, taking the total it has invested in technology development for the industry in the past five years to £6million.
"Stranded pools" off Shetland could yield £10 billion in additional revenue, according to a senior subsea engineer.
The means to generate the UK’s entire electricity demand could be stored within porous rocks in the North Sea, according to a new study from two Scottish universities.
Around £11 million has been allocated to supporting local projects in Malawi until 2023.
Strathclyde University has become the first Scottish team in nearly a decade to qualify an electric vehicle (EV) for the Shell European Eco-Marathon in London.
The use of robotics to inspect dangerous pressure vessels could save the energy industry more than £240million per year.
A new consortium has been formed to tackle one of the most enduring challenges in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
An Aberdeen-based service company has created a new downhole device which could make heavy oil and enhanced oil recovery more economic.
Subsea service firm N-Sea has teamed up with Strathclyde University on a project they claim will “transform” pipeline inspection.
An energy policy expert has said there was a risk that the “right questions are not being asked or answered” on the issue of fracking.