New UK Government measures to support the self-employed will cause “sleepless nights” for those North Sea workers who have been left in limbo, according to industry experts.
Children of workers performing critical roles in the oil industry are expected to be prioritised for school places amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The oil price freefall means projections for the UK’s North Sea revenues are already out of date before the Budget is even published, according to a leading analyst.
The UK Government has announced a turnaround on its land-standing policy ban on onshore wind.
An Aberdeenshire project has been awarded £2.7million to test and develop a cost-effective way or converting North Sea gas to a clean fuel.
Climate activist group Greenpeace has been given the legal right to challenge oil giant BP over a North Sea drilling permit on the eve of the firm appointing its new chief executive.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) will this week outline the details of its response to the UK and Scottish Government’s net zero targets.
People are not aware of the changes that will be needed to cut the UK's greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050, polling suggests.
Scottish trade unions are to warn top bosses and government that “the job losses scandal has to stop” during an offshore wind summit at Holyrood today.
The UK Government's onshore wind policy has "damaged" the sector and its supply chain, according to a Scottish trade body director.
A renewable energy trade body has voiced concern over the UK's ability to meet its net zero emissions target due to the small number of onshore wind farms installed in 2019.
Jim Smith, Managing Director of SSE Renewables, calls on the UK Government to recognise the unique opportunity of COP26 and help shape the climate change fight.
A government report has revealed CNOOC was the biggest tax spender in the North Sea last year while energy giant Shell paid the least on balance after a reimbursement.
The oil and gas industry has welcomed the new UK government as it looks ahead to a “transformational” sector deal and braces for tax changes for thousands of contractors.
The Government's new smart meter rollout timetable for a device in 85% of homes by 2024 cannot be met, the energy industry has warned.
An asset integrity firm with bases in Aberdeen has come under fire for claiming it “unintentionally” underpaid workers at a giant Scottish wind farm project.
Firms paying cut-rate wages are stifling the flow of skilled oil and gas workers into the offshore wind sector, according to those representing North Sea seafarers.
The UK Government "carefully and independently" came to the conclusion that Iran was responsible for missile strikes on a Saudi oil plant, Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has said.
Energy suppliers have been given an extra four years to roll out smart meters into every home in the country, the Government has revealed.
A planned £260 million transmission link from the Orkney to the mainland has been given the go-ahead by Ofgem following a consultation.
Businesses throughout Scotland are being urged to prepare for a recession as the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes “increasingly real”.
The new spending review laid out by the UK Government does not give Scottish renewable energy workers "clarity" on the future of their sector, the boss of an energy trade body has said.
Scotland's Energy Minister said yesterday that his government "regrets" the lack of provision made for local firms within rules for offshore wind project auctions.
Tensions in the Gulf make the case for strengthening the Royal Navy, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said.
A new report accusing the UK Government of complacency over carbon emissions has been backed by a renewable energy trage body who claimed there was a "void" between ambition and policy.