Earlier this week the Crown Office announced a Fatal Accident Inquiry into the 2013 helicopter crash off Sumburgh. Lisa Gregory, a solicitor who represented many of the passengers, gives her reaction:
Two oil tankers near the strategic Strait of Hormuz have reportedly been attacked, leaving one ablaze and adrift as sailors were evacuated from both vessels and the US navy rushed to assist amid heightened tensions between Washington and Tehran.
A Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) has been ordered into a helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland in 2013 that caused the deaths of four people.
An RAF squadron set up at the height of the Cold War is looking to the oil and gas industry as it seeks to bolster its ranks.
An independent federal review of a 2018 fatal oil rig explosion in Oklahoma determined there is sweeping blame to be shared by the entire energy sector and government for a woeful lack of oversight and regulations for onshore oil and gas drilling.
Cost uncertainty for offshore oil and gas projects around the globe could be as high as $220bn over the next four years.
A recovering oil price drove a boost to profits for Cnooc’s operations in the UK and Ireland in 2018.
The UK is to set a legally binding target to end its contribution to climate change by 2050, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced.
A consortium is looking at how anchoring technology currently used in Scotland’s marine energy sector might be transferred to aquaculture.
Shell has shipped the first LNG cargo from Prelude, the world’s largest offshore facility ever constructed.
Fledgling North Sea explorer Talon Petroleum has appointed an expert in the region to its board.
Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm KCA Deutag has appointed a new chief executive as incumbent Norrie McKay prepares for retirement.
A new £140,000 initiative has been launched to help tackle fuel poverty in vulnerable homes in the north of Scotland.
Oil closed down in New York for the first time in three days amid rising concerns about the likelihood of a global economic contraction and mounting supplies.
After witnessing a string of underwater deaths, David Hutchinson vowed to try and change things for the future.
An Aberdeen IT firm is creating new jobs and aiming to double turnover as it parts ways with a Welsh partner.
A giant North Sea project could help disprove false perceptions on redeveloping old fields, according to a former oil boss.
North Sea crude will retain its attractiveness to South Korean buyers when the U.K. leaves the European Union following a deal between the two countries.
Opportunity North East (One) has opened its £1.5 million digital and entrepreneurship “hub” in the heart of Aberdeen.
A north-east business has lodged a retrospective planning application after being ordered to stop demolishing a listed building.
Aberdeen-headquartered Wood has secured work on a large petrochemicals plant in southern Oman.
Airport bosses insisted it was “business as usual” in Aberdeen on Friday despite hundreds of staff downing tools in a dispute over pay and pensions.
BP is seeking other buyers for its stake in the Shearwater field after talks with Shell fell through, according to a news report.
Jim Sledzik is a firm believer that the energy industry is in the middle of a fourth industrial revolution. Only this industrial revolution isn’t about big engines or big machines - it’s about big data and big machine learning accelerating the pace of automation and efficiency from the oilfield to the oil refinery.
Hedge funds kept running away from oil as prices tumbled into a bear market.