The number of workers in the North Sea continues to grow, industry body Oil and Gas UK reported today.
Dana Petroleum saw profits dip after a 'challenging' year for the Aberdeen-based oil firm.
A Scottish aerial-inspection company announced a £1.25million cash injection yesterday to help create more jobs and drive global expansion.
Zenith Oilfield Technology was presented with a third Queen's Award for Enterprise yesterday.
The wide range of innovation and expertise in the north-east is once more in the spotlight as the list of finalists for the Northern Star Business Awards is revealed.
A Scottish sand-management firm is doubling its office space in Aberdeen to cope with rapid growth.
The topside of the new Forties Alpha satellite platform in the North Sea has now been lifted into place.
An experienced figure in the subsea sector has been appointed managing director of DOF Subsea UK.
A subsidiary of the Saudi Arabian state oil company has invested £3.5million in Aberdeen oil service company Zilift.
US oilfield environmental service provider Produced Water Absorbents (PWA) is moving into Aberdeen.
International oil and gas service company Asco Group said yesterday it had appointed Matt Thomas as chief executive of its Australasia region.
Oil services firm Subsea 7 said today it had won a £122million ($170 million) contract from Norway's Statoil for work on the Mariner field in the UK North Sea.
Senior figures from many of the world's largest oil and gas companies have been in Aberdeen to set their priorities for technology development.
Craig Group has launched its latest platform-supply vessel, Grampian Sceptre, at the Balenciaga shipyard in northern Spain.
One of the bosses at Global Energy Group is to join the board of industry body Oil and Gas UK.
A North Sea floating production unit is now back in operation in the Gryphon area, more than two years after being damaged in a storm.
Apollo Offshore Engineering said yesterday it was on track for significant growth.
Aberdeen-based energy service company Wood Group announced a North Sea deal yesterday worth up to £56million.
Offshore support specialist Viking SeaTech said yesterday it had landed more than £20million worth of contracts.
Aberdeen-based HRH Geology has just won a Queen's Award for Enterprise in international trade for its overseas growth over the past six years - and managing director David Harrison has ambitious plans for the firm.
Aberdeen-based Dana Petroleum said yesterday it had laid the keel for a £265million vessel which will produce and store up to 40,000 barrels of oil a day from the northern North Sea by 2015.
Fast-growing Scottish software consultant Absoft is expanding its leadership team.
EFC Group has opened a new manufacturing plant in Moray and added to its local workforce.
Dron and Dickson, a Scottish specialist in design, supply and maintenance of hazardous-area electrical equipment, has opened a base in Brazil.
Oil and gas engineering company Fabricom Offshore Services said yesterday it was relocating its Aberdeen office to larger premises after winning new business.