Helicopter operator CHC has paid tribute to the Irish Coastguard pilot who has died as the result of a crash off the coast of County Mayo.
A Scottish marine energy company that has developed a tidal array off Shetland won £40,000 in a competition for companies with low-carbon energy projects.
Faroe-based Atlantic Petroleum has struck a deal to sell its take in the North Sea Orlando licence to a former boss at First Oil for $1million (£822,300).
Markets welcomed news of the £11billion mega-merger that will create an asset management “powerhouse” based in Scotland.
Centrica is looking to recruit 50 people in Aberdeen as looks to build a “sustainable” exploration and production (E&P) business in the North Sea and its wider European operations.
Confidence in the oil and gas industry is “starting to slowly increase” although Brexit may keep Scotland’s economic growth rates below-trend, according to a new report.
Three young professionals have secured a place on the shortlist for the 2017 Offshore Achievement Awards (OAAs), following a rigorous interview process.
Premier Oil yesterday hailed support for a plan to restructure a $245million (£199million) tranche of its £2.3billion debt pile that would extend terms for a further five years.
Fledgling remote intervention specialist M2 Subsea has recruited chartered accountant Stuart Bannerman as its chief financial officer.
Former North Sea oil boss David Peattie has been appointed the new chief executive of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA).
Fracking for shale gas has become a cause celebre for a range of environmental campaigns in the past five years but Third Energy says the controversial technique is widely misunderstood.
A member of the Bank of England’s influential Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has admitted that economic forecasts are always likely to be wrong.
A subsea company owned by North Sea entrepreneur Ian Suttie has won its first major UK renewables contract.
There’s a handover of the helm underway at Shell’s UK Continental Shelf and Ireland business based out of Aberdeen.
A Canadian oil and gas company has confirmed it will press ahead with plans to decommission a platform on one of the North Sea’s oldest producing fields.
A well-known north-east entrepreneur has revealed she faced pay discrimination at the start of her career and that the gender gap is “still very much a live issue”.
An oil and gas conference in Aberdeen has started a waiting list after 300 delegates took organisers up on an offer of a free place.
An Aberdeen property professional has called the bottom of the market after demand for offices in the Granite city grew strongly in the second half of 2016.
The lowest decline in passenger numbers in nearly two years was hailed as a “fantastic start to the year” by Aberdeen Airport bosses.
North Sea oil and gas is on the crest of a “third wave” in its evolution following a series of major deals worth more than $6billion (£4.8billion), energy professionals have claimed.
An Aberdeen drilling technology firm has been snapped up by National Oilwell Varco (NOV) for an undisclosed sum.
The UK business of Swiss engineering giant ABB has been roped into an investigation over an international oil bribery scandal after submitting a report to authorities.
A collapsed company specialising in breathing systems for oil and gas workers has been rescued out of administration.
A £5million decommissioning fund unveiled by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon in Aberdeen yesterday will be targeted at ports looking to cash in on dismantling the topsides of North Sea platforms.
Investors behind two wind turbines in Aberdeenshire have lost out after the companies behind them were put into administration.