Scottish Greens leader Patrick Harvie has said the UK oil and gas industry should start decommissioning now in order to allow the north-east to become the global leader in renewable energy.
A pioneering carbon capture and store development that would transform Peterhead Power Station into a one-of-a-kind site has taken a step forward.
Shell has lodged an application to develop a new hydrocarbon play in the North Sea.
A fire which devastated a historic north-east building could jeopardise a key part of a multi-million pound carbon capture scheme.
Oil major Shell and Esso Exploration have signed a sales and purchase agreement to sell off their interest in the Anasuria cluster in the Central North Sea for $105million.
Shell revealed it would take a “good look” at its North Sea portfolio as it considers $30billion of asset sales over the next two years.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell confirmed it would reduce its workforce by 6,500 jobs this year.
Oil giant Shell was today fined over £6,000 after a diesel leak on board the same North Sea platform where two workers died 12 years ago.
Councillors have paved the way for a pioneering green energy plant to be built at a north-east port.
As councillors prepare to decide the fate of Peterhead's pioneering carbon capture project, one of Scotland's leading Green politicians has cast a shadow over the scheme.
Councillors are being urged to support plans for a pioneering green energy project in the north-east.
The team behind a pioneering green energy project earmarked for Peterhead have visited local schools for a series of science workshops.
North-east councillors threw their weight behind a pioneering green energy project proposed for Peterhead yesterday.
Fire crews have been called to an incident at a north-east gas plant. The fire and rescue service were alerted to an alarm at the Shell Gas Terminal plant in St Fergus shortly after 5pm. Three fire appliances from Peterhead and Fraserburgh were called to the site.
Offshore giant Shell has been accused of breaking safety rules at its site at the huge St Fergus gas terminal.
A leading renewable energy expert has said the north-east should be proud of "globally significant" carbon capture plans unveiled for its biggest town.
Plans for a pioneering clean energy project in the north-east have been formally tabled with Aberdeenshire Council in a major milestone for the multimillion-pound scheme.
An offshore worker was seriously injured when a gas cylinder shot through the air and hit him on the leg.
An investigation has been launched after a suspected gas leak in the North Sea.
The plummeting oil price has been seized upon by critics of the Scottish Government's forecasts in support of independence earlier this year.
Peterhead could become the hub of a new worldwide energy industry if a carbon capture scheme is approved, says the project's leader.
Shell has confirmed plans to slash its North Sea contractor rates. The pay cuts will come into effect at the beginning of next month. The firm is said to be cutting rates for direct contractors by 15% and cutting rates for agency contractors by 10%. Read the full story on Energy Voice.
Michael Owen played as a striker for some of the most famous football clubs in the world, including Liverpool, Real Madrid and Manchester United. He has a huge passion for horse racing and regularly rides for leisure, but more recently he has been recruited by Shell as part of its #excitingdrives campaign, which aims to get people back out and enjoying driving again.
Sir Ian Wood, whose intervention in the independence debate caused such a stir after he questioned Scottish Government figures for future oil production, said the electorate had "chosen the best of both worlds".
BP’s chief executive Bob Dudley has supported Sir Ian Wood’s call for realism in the Scottish Independence debate.
Fresh plans for a pioneering green energy scheme went on public display yesterday.
Members of the public will be given the chance to tour the site of Peterhead's planned Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility next month.
Years of work - both at university and in the office - have defined the student life of one Aberdeenshire woman.
Bright sparks at a north-east primary school have been given a special lesson in revolutionary green energy technology.
Production Technologist at Shell and SPE Aberdeen Chairman, Anthony Onukwu, shares how he has engineered a succesfull career pathway