Backers of a major offshore wind energy development planned near the Aberdeen coast say the £230million project has been pushed back two years.
A north-east oil and gas company has abandoned plans to redevelop a landmark Aberdeen church as its new corporate headquarters.
A landmark commitment from Scotland’s wind energy sector to invest more in local communities was dismissed as “derisory” by campaigners last night.
Council chiefs yesterday chose a preferred development partner for a new £185million exhibition and conference centre at a site near the city’s international airport.
Delegations from Aberdeen are heading to Spain, Portugal and Greece to recruit staff to address a skills shortage in the north-east.
A date has been set for a court hearing on Donald Trump’s objections to a major wind energy development off the coast of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen’s oil and gas companies have formed a “winning partnership” with the UK Government to secure £51million in contracts from Brazil this year, a former chancellor said yesterday.
Offshore workers attending a safety seminar yesterday said they remain wary about flying on helicopters that were suspended from use after two ditching incidents.
An offshore workers' union claims a helicopter manufacturer has "jumped the gun" by announcing a fleet of grounded aircraft could return to service by July.
A fleet of helicopters grounded after two ditching incidents in the North Sea could be back in the air by July, the manufacturer said yesterday.
Officials at Aberdeen City Council are seeking European funding for a project to help educate the public on the benefits of hydrogen technology.
Council leaders have unveiled plans to harness solar energy in a multimillion-pound redevelopment plan in Aberdeen.
Science and technology will be promoted in Aberdeen schools to help prepare more young people for careers in the oil and gas industry.
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to continue funding a north-east green energy company, despite fears it could breach European law.
Alex Salmond's SNP will not meet ambitious renewable energy targets without the benefit of Westminster subsidies, a senior MP has argued.
The North Sea oil and gas industry would face several years of uncertainty beyond 2014 if Scotland backs independence, a leading pro-UK campaigner has argued.
A major independent oil firm and a hotel resort chain are the latest companies to sign up for a multimillion-pound business park development in Aberdeen.
Offshore workers are "frustrated" at a lack of information on what caused a Super Puma helicopter to ditch in the North Sea, union officials said yesterday.
Backers of the Vote for City Garden Project campaign have argued Aberdeen's future prosperity is at stake in a local referendum that closes later today.
DEVELOPERS behind a nine-turbine windfarm scheme for Donside will put plans on display at two public exhibitions in September.
RESIDENTS living near a community wind turbine in Aberdeenshire are being urged to have their say on how profits will be used.