Oilfield technology firm Coretrax has moved into new headquarters just outside Aberdeen in order to accommodate growth.
Energy transition topics will take centre-stage at the SPE Offshore Europe 2021 virtual conference taking place from September 7 to 10.
The latest renewable energy consortium to announce its intention to bid for a slice of Scottish offshore wind farm action is made up of companies from Denmark, Italy and Spain.
Energy industry veterans Mike Wilson and Doug Duguid have led a £1 million buyout of a north-east firm created just two years ago through a business start-up scheme.
A former Scottish Enterprise (SE) head of energy has been appointed to lead the economic development quango as chief executive.
Carbon Neutral Energy, the Aberdeen company launched by serial entrepreneur Mark Patterson and his sons, Harry and Philip, after spotting a yawning gap in the market for electricity storage technologies, has hired a commercial director.
North-east firm Trojan Energy is one of only two businesses flying the flag for Scotland in a hunt for the UK’s next technology pioneer.
Energy services firm Kaseum Technology has grown its footprint at Moorfield Group’s Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks in Bridge of Don.
Engineering firm Nucore Group, of Aberdeen, has unveiled plans for investment in its workforce and rental fleet as well as a new office in Dundee, following a refinancing.
Marine equipment fabrication and rental specialist Motive Offshore Group has reported contract wins worth more than £16 million since the start of 2021.
North-east pipeline technology specialist Stats (UK) has shaken off Covid challenges to rake in higher earnings.
An Aberdeen financial adviser has recruited the chief executive of Montrose Football Club to help grow its business.
An ownership shake-up is on the way for a string of north-east companies as Mattioli Woods makes a potential £100 million swoop for private equity firm Maven Capital Partners.
SSE chief executive Alistair Phillips-Davies has outlined his confidence in a bigger domestic supply chain emerging alongside a fast-growing UK offshore wind energy industry.
Global engineering consultancy PD&MS Group has beefed up its green credentials with an acquisition which is expected to create 75 jobs around the UK.
Savills and Knight Frank have been appointed joint agents for bp’s North Sea headquarters, in Dyce, Aberdeen, following the energy giant’s decision to relocate elsewhere in the city.
The Neptune Energy building in Aberdeen has been sold in the city’s biggest office deal since the pandemic began.
Aberdeen-based well management and performance improvement specialist Exceed has been recognised for “outstanding short-term growth” in overseas sales over three years.
Sir Ian Wood has said he is confident the UK Government will not cave into pressure over continued oil and gas production in the North Sea.
An Orkney firm has successfully launched the world's most powerful tidal turbine.
There is still time to sign up for a prestigious online event shining a spotlight on green recovery and the energy transition.
Logistics company NorSea UK, of Aberdeen, has teamed up with two other firms to launch what is claimed to be Scotland’s first dedicated subsea decommissioning “hub”.
US-based oilfield technology firm ChampionX said yesterday it had won two contracts, worth a total of £2.8 million, to deliver its “next generation”, non-toxic chemicals to two major North Sea operators.
London-based property investor Faro Capital has unveiled plans for a new business park in Aberdeen.