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Linking the development of enhanced oil recovery in the North Sea to low-carbon electricity can bring significant benefits to the wider UK economy while accelerating carbon storage and providing the most cost-effective pathway to UK decarbonisation targets, a new report proposes.
Ambitious entrepreneurs in Scotland are set to benefit from a new five-year international development programme, launched this week.
Agreement paves way for broader collaboration on measuring turbulence ‘from the lab to the ocean’
A record number of Scotland’s oil & gas companies are heading to Asia this week for the region’s largest oil & gas event.
Twelve oil and gas companies expect to increase their international exports by £50 million over the next three years thanks to attending the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston earlier this month.
Diversifying into the oil and gas sector has seen Xtreme Business Solutions Ltd more than double its turnover and increase staff levels by 50 per cent over the last three years.
Energy Minister welcomes 11 per cent increase in supply chain sales in 2013
New figures released by Scottish Enterprise show Scotland’s Oil and Gas supply chain delivered a record £22.2 billion of supply chain sales during 2013, 11 per cent more than in 2012.
Isle of Mull’s first community hydroelectricity scheme at Garmony goes ahead with REIF & Charity Bank loan
Scheme capable of powering 280 homes and reducing island’s carbon footprint by 450 tonnes
Energy Jobs Taskforce initiative aims to match skills with vacancies
£3.7million to further test and develop new marine energy prototypes
New research highlights education and training opportunities in Mozambique and Tanzania
With some of the largest offshore gas fields in the world, no local supply chain and an immediate and significant demand for skilled workers, East Africa creates significant opportunities for Scotland’s oil and gas sector.