Farm-based energy projects are key to meeting Scotland’s renewable energy targets, according to NFU Scotland.
Aberdeen-based Task Geoscience has formed a new company with a US partner after a £3.8million investment from the British Growth Fund.
North Sea-focused operator Independent Oil & Gas has appointed Paul Murray as a non-executive director.
I chose the oil and gas industry after watching an animated Shell television commercial depicting a day in the life of the oil platform Brent Charlie, engulfed in the huge seas surrounding it. I thought that would be an appropriately adventurous and exciting thing to do for a 20-year-old starting out on the career trail.
Geoff Holmes is chief executive of Talisman Sinopec Energy UK
You must do something you enjoy, so you need to figure out what that is. That might be working with people, being creative, doing detailed work, being outside.You need to get as much advice as possible, so make sure you ask.
Colette Cohen is senior vice-president for the UK and Netherlands with Centrica Energy E&P.
Jeanette Forbes is living proof that women can have a successful career in the oil and gas sector.
Aberdeenshire artificial lift specialist RMS-pumptools plans to create 10 new jobs this year after a £3.5million investment in the business.
The North Sea oil and gas industry is entering a hangover period after years of booming business, a leading energy financier has warned.
International energy services firm Petrofac is tackling the skills gap head-on with a new training programme to ready ex-military personnel for work in the North Sea.
Ultrasonics firm Sonomatic has launched a new inspection tool for subsea pipeline screening
Offshore wind transfer vessel operator Seacat Services has landed a 12-month contract with Dong Energy for the deployment of 6MW super turbines at the Westermost Rough Offshore windfarm.
Exclusive: Longer-term contracts could be a game-changer for North Sea operators and service firms, according to the boss of Aberdeenshire-based pump and rotating equipment specialist Sulzer Wood.
Intertek has increased its footprint in the Middle East energy market following the £40million acquisition of non-destructive testing specialist International Inspection Services (Inspec).
Irish explorer Falcon Oil & Gas has started up well testing operations on the Kutvolgy-1 well in Hungary.
The founder of Scots oil explorer Cairn Energy - Sir Bill Gammel - is set to step down from his role as non-executive chairman of the company later this year.
North-east oil and gas companies are being asked to voice their opinions on operating in the North Sea.
Energy services group 3Sun has been awarded £10million funding from the Business Growth Fund to expand its operations in the UK and Europe.
Aberdeen-based safety systems design specialist Process Safety Solutions has launched an engineering consultancy division.
Energy service firms operating in the North Sea need to work more collaboratively to survive in the future, according to the UK chief of Stork Technical Services.
Innovative use of fibre optics to real-time monitor oil and gas assets could be a real game-changer for the industry.
Scottish energy firms could miss out on the benefits of a vital trade deal between the US and Europe if Scotland becomes independent, the UK Government’s consul in Houston has claimed.
North Sea operator Premier Oil says it is preparing for a busy year of exploration with plans to sanction three new fields and drill 13 new exploration and appraisal wells in 2014.
An oil worker has fallen overboard and died at Taqa's Harding platform in the UK North Sea.