Centrifuges Un-Limited has rebranded to "OSSO" and appointed a new chief executive as part of a major growth drive.
Whether dealing with failure of a major project, reacting to crises at counterparties or weighed down by oil price weakness, many companies in the oil sector will have to undertake financial restructuring in 2021.
The number of electric vehicles on Aberdeen roads could surge 350-fold by 2050, according to a new report.
The first of 100 turbines has been installed for the huge Moray East wind farm off the north-east coast of Scotland.
Babcock bosses have continued to hit out at its oil and gas helicopter business, saying “weakness” persisted through the third quarter.
The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) confirmed it was continuing to respond to an ongoing ransomware attack, probably by international serious and organised cyber-crime groups.
A former senior boss at Petrofac has pleaded guilty to further charges of bribery in a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation related to contract wins worth billions of dollars.
The manufacturer for the largest wind farms in Scotland has announced plans for 220 job cuts in what has been described as a "body blow" for the sector.
Stena Drilling has awarded Independent Data Services (IDS) a six-figure deal to upgrade its fleet with a “world-first” data system.
Offshore wind and hydrogen are “good ingredients but a bad cocktail” according to Rystad Energy, with high costs remaining a “showstopper”.
EnQuest has launched a legal claim against BP worth nearly £26 million for allegedly failing to pay invoices relating to Sullom Voe Terminal in Shetland.
A Bafta-award winning filmmaker is creating a new documentary on how the 1970s oil boom transformed the fate of a small village in the Highlands.
Shell is planning 330 job cuts from its UK oil and gas business, the majority in Aberdeen, as part of its global restructuring.
The remains of the Buchan Alpha oil platform have now been broken down and sent for recycling, completing the final stage of the long-running project.
A seafarers union has hit back at plans from Rever Offshore to continue an extended rota for workers which it claims is “unsafe”.
An Aberdeen oil boss has lost his bid for a $210million lawsuit, which alleged a lawyer conspiracy led to a raw deal that saw the collapse of his business and the value of his shares becoming “worthless”.
A long-awaited UK Government paper into oil and gas decommissioning lacks clarity on certain key areas, a trade body has said.
A North Sea worker has revealed how he made a “miracle” recovery in Aberdeen after his heart stopped for nearly two hours.
An Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) press officer “Beat the Chasers” on last night's show to win £40,000.
TechnipFMC has restarted its bid to split the business in two after the Covid-19 pandemic halted the process.
BP is relaunching the sale of its interests in a number of North Sea oil fields, according to Reuters, after the collapse of its deal with Premier Oil last year.
As cases of COVID-19 surge, companies with essential workers and operations are starting to realise that living - or working - with a pandemic is now the reality. As such, there are several fundamental practices companies must embrace in order to manage a workforce’s health and safety during a pandemic and beyond.
North Sea firms ranging from BP to Hurricane Energy have enjoyed share price hikes after a deal was reached by OPEC to curb oil production.
Workers were evacuated from a Valaris oil rig after a Covid outbreak on board on New Year’s Day, with questions raised on testing procedures.
Spirit Energy has set out an April target for first gas for its York life extension project.