Supply chain opportunities for two proposed multi-billion pound North Sea offshore wind farms will be explored next week.
Trade body Scottish Renewables has appointed Emma Harrick to its newly created role of energy transition and supply chain manager.
The potential for Scottish businesses to produce commercial scale concrete foundations for floating wind projects is to be explored by a new partnership.
The Brent oil price has reached its highest in 13 months, but experts say questions persist on whether activity in the UK North Sea will see a similar resurgence.
In his latest column, former UK Energy Minister Brian Wilson questions the Scottish Government's withdrawal of support for oil service exporters.
An Aberdeen-based wire and fibre rope solutions provider has announced the appointment of three new “key members” of staff as it targets “ambitious growth plans”.
Shetland suppliers have benefitted from almost £5 million resulting from the development of a huge onshore wind farm on the island.
Proposals for a “world class” offshore wind manufacturing site in the north-east of England have been given the go ahead.
Western Isles councillors are confident that Burntisland Fabrications’ (BiFab) decision to call in administrators will “free up” the firm’s Lewis yard, making it available for new operators to move in.
The announcement of financial close for a major North Sea development proves that “mega projects are the way to go”, according to a renewable energy expert.
Baker Hughes has the “most ambitious” emissions reduction targets of the major oil and gas services firms, a new report has found.
Renewables suppliers Sif Group and Smulders have snapped up a supply contract for a major North Sea offshore wind project.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) is planning a year-long trial to tackle the “bugbear” of late payments for North Sea suppliers.
The Offshore Wind Growth Partnership (OWGP) has launched its “largest funding call to date” with £1.5 million up for grabs.
The Energy Industries Council (EIC), the leading trade association for companies that supply goods and services to the energy industries worldwide, has appointed four new non-executive directors to its board.
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Wind turbine renovation specialist Renewable Parts has officially broken ground on its new centre on the west coast of Scotland.
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.
Neil Sims is encouraged by the “horsepower” that’s being put behind the sector’s new sector deal application.
The Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has pitched a £100m loan fund to the UK Government to stimulate North Sea decommissioning activity.
Oil and Gas UK’s (OGUK) supply chain manager has left the trade body to join John Crane group.
Supply chain disruption ‘biggest threat’ for decommissioning cost spike, warn Spirit Energy and Petrofac
Disruption to the North Sea supply chain is the “biggest threat” for a spike in offshore decommissioning costs, according to bosses at Spirit Energy and Petrofac.
Forecasts for North Sea decommissioning spending over the next two years have been cut by half a billion pounds by Oil and Gas UK (OGUK).
Efforts to reduce the UK's offshore decommissioning bill last year were "largely negated" by 5% of operators who increased their costs by £1billion, according to the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).
A UK boss of Petrofac has warned the North Sea supply chain “cannot afford for bad practices to creep in during this moment of crisis".