The Press and Journal Energy Snow Ball makes a keenly anticipated return to the Aberdeen business calendar later this year and the 2018 edition is shaping up to be even bigger and better than last year’s inaugural event.
The future for the North Sea oil and gas industry is bright and exciting.
The global economic landscape is constantly changing.
Francis Tay feels cheated.
Aberdeen company RigQuip is pressing ahead with enforcing an employment clause through the courts in a case which highlights how jumping ship from one firm to a rival can be a risky move.
Construction and property development firm Henry Boot has said its £333m TECA project in Aberdeen was on budget and on schedule for completion in mid-2019.
A report on workforce for the oil and gas sector underlines the need for a new strategy to deal with the required skills needed for the sector.
Maersk Drilling has appointed a new chief financial officer to help oversee its plans to break from parent company AP Moller-Maersk.
Norway’s $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund is meeting resistance on its plan to dump more than $40 billion in oil and gas stocks.
Petrofac has agreed to sell off its stake in the Greater Stella Area (GSA) project in the North Sea to Ithaca for up to £228million.
Offshore union Unite and energy giant Total have announced talks to avert further North Sea strike action have today broken down.
North Sea activity won’t pick up until operators start to look at replenishing their reserves, according to KCA Deutag’s chief executive.
Employment in the North Sea industry will increase this year, according to new findings from Oil and Gas UK (OGUK), as the worst period of job losses is "behind us".
Aberdeen Airport has been rated the worst in Scotland for the fourth year in a row in the latest Which? survey.
i3 Energy has secured an extension to a loan facility in order to deploy resources to “time-critical elements” of its North Sea Liberator development.
The UK’s weak pound has blown a £2.1 million hole in the balance sheet of north-east company Altus Intervention Limited (AIL).
Right before Norway’s biggest oil project in decades got the go-ahead in 2015, crude prices fell off a cliff. That turned out to be perfect timing.
Lerwick Port Authority (LPA) chief executive Sandra Laurenson is to retire in November after more than 40 years’ service at the UK’s most northerly commercial harbour.
The boss of an Aberdeen-based services company has revealed it is keen to expand operations into yards on the Cromarty Firth as oil and gas activity in the area continues to pick up.
Alex Salmond has launched a lawsuit against the Scottish Government following sexual assault allegations made by two staff members during his time as first minister.
An organisation which is aimed at driving investment in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire has released a video to promote the region, showcasing it as a global leader in oil and gas.
Aberdeen-headquartered KCA Deutag has narrowed its pre-tax losses by £14.5million, but said the recovery in the oil market still lacks momentum.
Energy services giant Wood has secured a three-year contract extension with Shell for work on its assets globally.
Offshore accommodation vessel owner Prosafe expects rates to improve amid “early signs of normalisation and market recovery” in the North Sea.
The contractor behind the harbour expansion at Nigg Bay has confirmed drilling and blasting work has started on the £350million project.