Environmental campaigners have warned a move to open up new areas of the North Sea for exploration by oil and gas firms is “dangerous”.
The Strait of Hormuz has become a key battleground in the stand-off between the United States and Iran, with claims and counter-claims on either side of an argument ostensibly about oil.
Two Greenpeace activists who were occupying an oil rig have been removed from the structure and arrested, police said.
Greenpeace said its activists remain in their position on an oil rig which was being towed out to sea, despite police attempts to remove them.
Environmental campaigners have boarded an oil rig as it was being towed out to sea and are staging a protest onboard.
Oil company Chevron will pay a £5 million fine after a refinery explosion killed four workers and seriously injured another in West Wales.
Supermarkets are cutting fuel prices amid a fall in wholesale costs.
Drivers have suffered a “miserable” fourth month in a row of fuel price increases, new figures show.
Police have made 10 arrests after environmental campaigners attempted to block access to BP’s offices by locking themselves in containers.
Environmental campaigners are bracing themselves for a week locked in a reinforced box with nothing but a bit of Netflix to pass the time in protest at BP’s lack of action on climate change.
Environmental activists have blocked access to BP’s headquarters ahead of its annual general meeting demanding it ends all exploration for new oil and gas.
American sanctions on oil-rich Venezuela appear to be taking hold, resulting in mile-long queues for fuel in the South American nation’s second largest city, Maracaibo.
A raging mum has slammed vandals who poured an oil-like fluid on to a reopened playpark.
A “significant” announcement on the future of Dundee’s offshore decommissioning and renewables sector is in the pipeline for next year.
Energy giant BP has used technology designed to maximise oil production offshore for the first time, as it began pumping oil from a new development west of Shetland.
Dundee’s bid to become a centre for large-scale oil and gas decommissioning projects was rejected because the approach to the port is “too shallow”.
The man leading Dundee’s decommissioning jobs drive has accused the Scottish Government of endangering the city’s efforts by “throwing taxpayers’ money” at their rivals.
Could oil-feeding bacteria be the solution to the environmental crisis faced by our world’s oceans?
A Dundee-based developer has released a new game based on the classic Battleships and influenced by Oscar-winning movie There Will Be Blood.
A North Sea oil platform has been shut down following a gas leak.