First electricity has been produced by a Dutch offshore wind farm, co-developed by London-listed supermajor Shell (LON: SHEL).
Dutch dredging and heavy-lift company Boskalis could be poised to relocate its corporate headquarters.
Gazprom has stakes in five licences in the UK North Sea.
The Netherlands’ Noordgastransport (NGT) and NOGAT have become the first pipeline owners to have their infrastructure certified for green hydrogen transport.
Oil giant BP (LON: BP) has continued its rampant expansion into offshore wind with the submission of bids for a pair of leases in the Netherlands.
Petrogas E&P has awarded Heerema an integrated engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal (EPRD) decommissioning contract for multiple oil platforms in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
The Netherlands has raised concerns about fuel exports for African markets, which have high levels of substances that are harmful to human health.
A North Sea vessel has rescued two men in a state of “shock and relief” after being stranded on a small boat near a wind farm for more than 28 hours.
Brexit has “got in the way” of the UK collaborating on a major North Sea wind “island” complex, according to one of the project’s main partners.
Offshore engineering firm Subsea 7 has announced a multi-million pound deal for a giant wind farm project in the Dutch section of the North Sea.
A consortium headed by Shell has won a tender to build a wind farm off the Dutch coast.
Energy logistics firm Peterson has won a contract to supply Siemens with fuel for the Gemini wind farm off the Dutch coast.
Shell has started a voluntary redundancy process for staff in the Netherlands as it looks to cut its headcount by more than 10,000 jobs worldwide.
The Dutch government is looking at ways to boost its production of gas from the North Sea, including offering larger tax breaks for companies that explore or produce gas, it said on Wednesday. The government is formulating a new policy on energy after two major setbacks: Curtailing production at Europe's largest gas field Groningen due to safety concerns and a June court order to speed up emissions reductions to meet international norms. In a statement, Economic Affairs Minister Henk Kamp said his department was "investigating, together with the companies involved...whether new measures are needed" to ensure and potentially increase North Sea production.