The energy transition has brought an exciting shake-up to the oil and gas industry, with companies aiming to significantly reduce their emissions footprint as soon as possible to ensure compliance with government and regulatory bodies.
Scottish Enterprise has appointed global energy consultancy Xodus Group to the role of Offshore Wind Cluster Builder to develop and grow the offshore wind supply chain across Scotland.
The up and coming stars of the renewables industry were recognised for their achievements last night at the virtual Young Professionals Green Energy Awards.
We have a responsibility to use engineering talent to stop carbon being released into the atmosphere and to remove what’s already there. The North Sea better do it quickly or it will face the future like a dinosaur observing a fast-approaching space object. Not only are we seeing a rapid decline in appetite for oil and gas projects, but also UN climate predictions suggest we need to reduce the carbon in our atmosphere by a compounded 7.6% annually for the next decade.
High shipping costs could prevent green hydrogen produced in Scotland from being exported globally.
The world is at a pivotal time for energy demand and use. An integrated approach to energy systems will help tackle the dual challenge of decarbonising oil and gas and more rapidly advancing low carbon solutions. But a net-zero focus also requires a shift in how skills are addressed.
Collaboration in the North Sea “has gone backwards” as companies squeeze suppliers in an effort to control costs.
The rapid transition under way in energy means that now more than ever the sector must grasp the opportunities presented by technology.
The world’s eyes will be on Scotland in November when global leaders are set to meet in Glasgow for the COP26 summit, a year later than originally planned.
Scotland’s green hydrogen capabilities could “significantly contribute” towards domestic and international net zero targets through the decarbonisation of heavy industry.
Global energy consultancy Xodus Group has invested in expanding their emissions team to support clients and the wider energy industry in achieving its Net Zero goals.
Global energy consultancy Xodus Group is encouraging companies involved in renewables to engage in a new study into the costs around offshore wind.
Xodus Group and E&E Solutions form Japanese offshore wind partnership
Safetec UK said yesterday it had notched up more than £1 million-worth of sales in less than a year under new management.
International energy consultancy Xodus Group has launched new analysis showing that a rapid pivot to gas will be required to deal with rising global energy demand.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm has announced it has formed a new wind analysis team to support both onshore and offshore wind developers.
Subsea Expo 2020, set to be the biggest in the event’s 15-year history, has today announced its programme of speakers for the conference which will see 70 industry professionals take to the stage at P&J Live on 11-13 February 2020.
The start of 2020 marks my ten-year anniversary at Xodus, and I’m pleased to say that the future is the brightest and most promising that it’s been throughout my decade with the company. We have more projects than ever, an engaged positive workforce and a strong desire to help and support both clients and colleagues.
A new Scottish "supply chain library" is set to be launched for offshore wind developers to identify firms for future projects.
Aberdeen-based energy consultancy Xodus Group has added once more to its renewables team.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy consultancy Xodus Group has today announced the agreement of a new US offshore wind alliance with Fortune 500 research and advisory firm Leidos.
Aberdeen-based global energy consultancy Xodus Group has announced the appointment of a new subsea analysis lead.
The winners of the 2019 Decom North Sea Awards have been unveiled.
Xodus Group, the Aberdeen-based energy consultancy, is now wholly-owned by Subsea 7 following an exit by Japanese investor Chiyoda Corporation.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy consultancy Xodus Group has beefed up its staff roster through the creation of a dedicated renewable energy advisory team.