Thurso-based battery maker AMTE Power is taking part in a £9.7 million research project to boost charging speeds of electric and hydrogen-powered BMWs.
Drilling equipment sales and rental business Saltire Energy has maintained "consistent" performance in spite of the "unprecedented challenge" of the pandemic.
Low-carbon energy projects in the north-east could create up to 20,600 jobs in the next ten years, a new report has predicted.
Momentum in the building of “gigafactories” to supply growing demand for energy storage is gaining pace although support from government will need to increase, according to Scotland’s lithium-ion battery maker.
Fifteen digital technology companies have begun a 12 month programme working with major players from across the energy industry to drive culture change in one of the UK’s largest industrial sectors.
Developers behind the plans for an energy transition zone (ETZ) in Aberdeen have announced the establishment of a skills and training partnership for jobs in the emerging net-zero energy industry.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has announced the appointment of industrialist Bob Keiller as its chairman and has published accounts which reveal the impact of the pandemic on the business group’s finances.
A group of Aberdeen-based technology companies are nearing completion of a programme designed to boost the growth potential of the region’s digital economy.
More than 160 business leaders - including Jim Milne, chairman of Balmoral Group - have co-signed an open letter calling on the Scottish Government to rule out plans for a second independence referendum to “break up the UK”.
A battery manufacturer in Thurso is pressing ahead with plans to build a UK “gigafactory” as a global race to meet demand for electrification intensifies.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) said it has “weathered the storm” of downturn caused by the pandemic despite taking a hit on revenues.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) has splashed out £60 million on the next phase of work on the South Harbour expansion project.
Shares of UK-listed oil field services companies slumped dramatically yesterday over concerns linked to bribery, corruption and money laundering emerged.
Oil prices fell about 4% on Thursday, on track for their biggest daily drop in three weeks, after Opec's decision to extend production curbs fell short of expectations of deeper or longer cuts.
Petrochemical giant Ineos is growing its North Sea oil and gas empire with the $1.3billion (£1billion) buy-up of Dong Energy's assets - and there could be more deals on the horizon.
Aberdeen’s Wood Group has snapped up a piece of Detroit’s motor city as it branches into new markets and builds on its automation and control capabilities.
The boss of Brazil's oil and gas giant Petrobras will join an august panel of speakers at the annual Offshore Europe event in September.
A study of transactions demonstrating collaboration between Scottish SMEs and large organisations over the last four years revealed 347 deals exceeding £4billion, new data has revealed.
A record number of projects backed by foreign investors last year has revealed a change in fortunes for the north east, a new report has found.
Aberdeen-headquartered Sentinel Marine has taken delivery of a new emergency response and rescue vessel (ERRV) which will see 24 new jobs being created within its North Sea operation.
An acquisitive Aberdeen oil and gas group which is building a portfolio of cost-cutting technology and services has added another venture it its fold.
A newly-launched NKT cable laying vessel docked in Aberdeen Harbour ahead if its maiden project to install two subsea power cables connecting Caithness to Moray.
Cairn Energy shares rose after revealing an appraisal well offshore Senegal confirmed “good connectivity” to another site drilled by the firm. The Edinburgh-based exploration and production firm said the results meant it was now on track to submit a development plan for the field to the Senegal government next year.
Engineering services specialist EnerMech has won its first contract to provide crane personnel in Malaysia.
Bosses of former oil and gas company Ithaca Energy revealed plans to raise $50million (£38.6million) in a flotation on AIM.