Tag Archives: Scotland

Firth of Forth hub for net zero transition

Charles Hammond of Forth Ports a potential hub for the transition from oil and gas to clean energy

Scotland has a critical role to play in supporting the UK’s net zero ambitions.  Vast offshore renewable resource potential combined with a rich oil and gas legacy has created deep offshore engineering and subsurface expertise, extensive oil and gas infrastructure, Read more »


New report highlights Scotland’s strengths in clean hydrogen

A Scottish Enterprise report heralds Scotland as a world-leading producer of clean hydrogen within the next ten years and finds that the technologies and deployment will be paramount to the success of Scotland’s target of net zero by 2045 Scottish Read more »


Stolt Tank Containers opens new depot in Scotland

Stolt Tank Containers open depot in Scotland

Stolt Tank Containers (STC) has expanded its global network with the opening of Tank Wash Scotland Ltd, a new ISO tank depot in Grangemouth, Scotland. Grangemouth is Scotland’s largest port, handling nine million tonnes of cargo and over 225,000 shipping Read more »


Why is fuel filter blocking still an issue?

In a recent release NFU Scotland has said more must be done to urgently address fuel filter blocking amid reports that problems have begun to emerge again across the UK. The issue was first raised in October 2019 and covered Read more »


Rix Petroleum teams up with My Name’5 Doddie Foundation

The Grangemouth firm, Rix Petroluem (Scotland) Ltd has teamed up with a campaign launched by an ex-Scotland rugby star to help tackle motor neuron disease (MND). The charity was set up by Doddie Weir OBE and close friends after the Read more »


Hydrogen update: Highlands hydrogen hub

A multi-partner plan involving the Port of Cromarty Firth has been launched to establish a green hydrogen hub in the Highlands that will see Scotland lead the world in hydrogen technology. The North of Scotland Hydrogen Programme aims to develop Read more »


Maersk Training UK launches upgraded training centre  

Maersk Training UK (MTUK) has launched the first half of its refurbished Aberdeen safety and survival centre which has undergone a £720k refurbishment to ensure it meets the needs of the industry as it looks to the future and the Read more »


UKIFDA submits views on Scottish Commission’s work plan

Guy Pulham

Ahead of the set-up of Consumer Scotland in late 2021, UKIFDA has submitted its views on the Scottish Government consultation on the Energy Consumers Commission’s first work plan covering 2020-2021. The consultation asked for views on the aims of the Read more »