Energy Public Relations

Established more than 25 years ago, our Aberdeen office is at the heart of Europe’s energy capital.

We have a proud track record of delivering exceptional and innovative PR support to a wide range of local and international energy industry companies.

As part of the world-wide Weber Shandwick network we support our clients’ international activities by drawing on the services of our own offices in other energy centres, including the Middle East, USA, Norway, Canada, Brazil, Norway and Australia. We are the only major international PR firm with a team of skilled energy practitioners in Scotland.

Scotland is a land rich in energy – from oil and gas to wind and wave. Across the sectors, it is an industry where clear, concise communication is always essential – whether engaging with other businesses, stakeholders or wider audiences.

Expert support in gauging and understanding the opinions of those audiences is a vital part of ensuring successful communication with them.

Energy industry companies can benefit from multi-channel conversations:

  • Online community monitoring and engagement
  • Press outreach and response
  • Public affairs consultation
  • Emergency response

Our Scottish offices have advised and worked with numerous firms in oil and gas and renewable energy. We are knowledgeable and experienced in supporting oil and gas operators; wave, wind and solar renewable energy companies; power firms; and their supply chains. We also offer 24/7 emergency response media relations support to North Sea operators. You can discover more about the work we do in this area, by reading about Weber Shandwick crisis management

With the energy industry permanently on the public and political agenda, the companies that work in it will always need to be able to communicate clearly, effectively and, when required, very rapidly. We offer the experience, expertise and innovative thinking that ensure that happens.


In the energy industry great business-to-business communication can be the key to landing the next big contract. Getting your messages right with wider audiences is also vital in a sector seldom far from the top of the public and political agenda.