“North Sea oil and gas production is still vital”

Oil and Gas Authority Chairman said North Sea exploration can ensure a successful energy transition to net zero

‘World’s largest’ floating wind farm starts injecting green electricity into Scotland’s grid

The project could produce enough electricity to power more than 50,000 homes in Scotland

Greenpeace loses oil case against government

The environmental group challenged the government’s decision to grant an oil field permit to BP in 2018

New £1.6m simulator to ‘transform’ decommissioning in the North Sea

The suite can undertake detailed marine technology and operational simulations as well as complex data modelling and visualisation

Norway announces two new offshore areas for CO2 storage

They include one in the North Sea and the other in the Barents Sea, with interest already expressed by industry players

‘World’s first’ recyclable wind turbine blade gets ready for its German premiere!

Wind turbines with recyclable blades will be installed in an offshore wind farm off the coast of Heligoland

Norwegian Government pledges £6.9m for Ocean Grid offshore wind project

The project will develop new technology and solutions to enable a ‘profitable development’ of offshore wind, particularly looking at the way offshore wind will be connected to the grid

‘Scotland’s largest’ offshore wind farm puts its jacket on

Jacket foundations for 1.1GW Seagreen offshore wind farm arrived at Port of Nigg in Cromarty Firth to kickstart the wind turbine installation

Scottish ‘energy transformation’ projects backed with £16.5m

The funding will support projects that aim to help decarbonise the North Sea oil and gas industry

Norwegian partnership to boost offshore wind

Statkraft has joined forces with bp and Aker to bid for new offshore wind projects off Norway