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The world's first floating wind farm has started operations off the coast of Scotland, opening up the possibility of turbines at sea depths that would avoid spoiling views.
The Scottish government has given the go-ahead to Britain's floating offshore wind farm project, which could power 19 000 households.
Norwegian oil giant Statoil has cut back on planned investments as annual profits were slashed in half in the wake of tumbling oil prices and heavy write-downs.
Statoil says it is halting exploration in Angola after poor drilling results, retreating from an offshore area it had high hopes for.
A planned liquefied natural gas export plant to develop Tanzania's vast gas reserves could cost up to $30bn, says the energy minister.
Norway's Statoil has found more gas offshore Tanzania, increasing its total for an eventual investment decision on a liquefaction plant with Britain's BG Group.
Norwegian energy firm Statoil plans to sell $2.2bn worth of its Azerbaijani assets to Malaysian oil and gas company Petronas.
Norwegian energy group Statoil intends to continue its partnership with Russia's Rosneft, despite Western economic sanctions imposed on Moscow.
Greenpeace activists boarded an oil rig in the Norwegian Arctic to try to stop exploration plans in the far north.
Greenland will push ahead with a uranium and rare earths mine, despite objections as the melting of the polar ice cap unlocks the country's mineral riches.
Oil and gas company Statoil says it's preparing to evacuate a drilling rig in the Norwegian Sea due to a fire in the engine room
State-controlled energy firm Statoil has presented plans to develop the largest oil find off Norway since the 1980s, which will create 50 000 jobs.
Norway has invited firms to drill for oil and gas further inside the Arctic Circle, putting the government at loggerheads with opposition parties.
Norway's Statoil risks millions of dollars in extra costs in Canada in a test case that
could spell problems for other oil firms.
Norwegian oil giant Statoil has recorded an unexpected third-quarter loss owing to weak oil prices and a charge for depreciated assets.
Statoil is pulling out of the Shah Deniz gas field in Azerbaijan and the South Caucasus Pipeline by selling its 15.5% stake to Malaysia's Petronas.
Abu Dhabi energy company Masdar has announced that it is joining a multi-billion dollar offshore wind farm project in Britain.
Lithuania has signed a deal with Norway's Statoil to supply natural gas to the country's new terminal starting 2015.
Norwegian oil giant Statoil almost quadrupled its first quarter profits, owing to higher oil and gas prices and lower expenditure.
Two Greenpeace activists dressed as polar bears have boarded an oil platform in Norway to protest against Norwegian oil and gas group Statoil's planned drilling in the Arctic.
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