A business leader has claimed that a “natural cull” among Aberdeen city centre firms may be under way due to the oil industry downturn.
Premier Oil has submitted a decommissioning plan for a well in its North Sea Stirling field.
The Scottish Government has been a conveyor belt for UK cuts, say Dundee trade unionists.
The US government has announced a $25million funding opportunity to help the sector become more resilient against cyberattacks.
Oil giant Statoil has released footage of a major operation to move its massive Aasta Hansteen platform from the Stord field.
Spirit Energy has moved to the next stage of its project to increase the life of its Morecambe Bay gas fields.
An Aberdeenshire-headquartered energy services firm has won a £4million contract to help redevelop an oil field in the Norwegian North Sea.
An Aberdeen engineering firm has acquired a Norwegian manufacturer in a bid to boost its expansion into the renewables market.
Norwegian oil operator DNO has further boosted its stake in Aberdeen-based Faroe Petroleum.
Footage has been released showing a massive crane vessel leaving a Dutch port for a North Sea wind farm.
The chairman of a public inquiry into Stormont's botched green energy scheme has questioned whether a key department run by DUP leader Arlene Foster was dysfunctional.
Hurricane Energy has released images showing the progression of work on its floating production storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) for its Lancaster development west of Shetland.
The lessons learned from the Piper alpha tragedy 30 years ago will be the main focus of a major industry conference this year.
OPEC is on the verge of “mission accomplished” in its quest to clear the global oil glut that caused the worst industry downturn in a generation, the International Energy Agency said.
There is no evidence of blacklisting on a North Sea platform where workers carried out unofficial strike action, according to a union chief.
A leading petro-economist says high oil prices could be sustained “for weeks” should tensions continue in the Middle East.
An Aberdeen-based offshore consultancy and safety firm says it has reported contract wins worth over £500,000 in the first three months of 2018.
Maersk has announced the creation of a dedicated decommissioning company in order to take a major share of work to shut down North Sea assets in coming years.
A surge in decommissioning hotspots around the world should be seen an “opportunity” for North Sea expertise, according to an analyst.
The findings of a major report to address any potential North Sea skills shortages will be revealed next month.
The UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has announced that a “robo-lawyer” is going to be used to in its fight against economic crime.
BP is trialling self-service checkouts for fuel payments at filling stations in the UK.
A Tayside man currently taking part in what has been dubbed “the toughest footrace on Earth” is on track to become one of the world’s elite ultra-marathon runners.
Serica Energy is set to create around 40 jobs for its new Aberdeen office off the back of a major North Sea deal with BP.
Nominations are being sought for Energy Voice’s Gold Awards.