A new cut-price wave energy device that could help power homes and businesses is being developed by experts at a Scottish university.
Incredible footage a rescue craft returning to its mother ship in squally North Sea conditions has been posted online. The video shows one of the crew holding on tight to the rails at the bow of the craft as it rides the waves. The clip was uploaded to YouTube by Bigwavemaster1.
Footage has emerged online showing a 'rogue' wave hitting a shipping tanker as it sails through the Bay of Biscay in the Atlantic.
Footage has emerged of a Scottish pelagic trawler bouncing through a stormy North Sea. The clip shows the extent of the waves that can build up during the winter months. Do you have good videos or photos of life in the North Sea? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share the best online.
Footage has appeared online of a vessel crashing through huge North Sea waves during a storm.
More incredible footage has been caught on camera in the North Sea.
A video by a North Sea worker capturing incredible waves on Boxing Day 2016 has gone viral with more than 50,000 views.
Workers from across the Norwegian Continental Shelf have capture footage of incredible North Sea waves during storm conditions.
An offshore worker has captured footage of huge waves on film in the North Sea.
A video of huge waves crashing against a North Sea rig has had almost 10,000 views in just 48 hours.
Footage has been captured of incredible waves in the North Sea.
Huge waves have been captured on film by a North Sea vessel.
An offshore workers has captured footage of incredible waves in the North Sea.
COSL has taken measures to ensure a rig which was damaged during freak waves is protected from future impact.
More footage has emerged of incredible waves in the North Sea.
This offshore crew had quite a challenge getting to work as huge waves battered the sea. The footage, captured by Frankie Nauta, shows workers on a boat trying to get on board. Watch as the staff eventually make the successful leap on board the deck.
More footage has emerged of huge waves in the North Sea.
A DOF Subsea Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) has been captured trying to navigate through huge waves in the North Sea.
Huge waves have been captured by an offshore worker on a North Sea platform as Storm Frank battered the coast with winds of up to 70mph.
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This footage shows a huge waves hitting a North Sea platform during harsh weather.
It might not look like much but this rough weather on the North Sea caused a ship to list 15 degrees. The footage was caught on camera by one of its staff on board the vessel. Watch the footage below from about 45 seconds in to see the worst of the waves.
Scotland’s new wave energy technology development body has opened a £7million innovation competition. Wave Energy Scotland (WES) is offering funding of up to £4million for a single project to develop power take-off systems. Businesses are invited to apply for funds to advance their power take-off system designs through testing and on to commercialisation.
This image taken by an offshore worker shows the high waves caused by storms across Scotland. The photograph was captured from a rig of the coast of Shetland.