PD&MS Group says a new assignment on Scotland's largest offshore wind farm highlights its growing reputation as a renewable energy sector "disruptor".
Seasoned marketing professional Alison Hazell is celebrating promotion to a director's role at Aberdeen firm EnerMech after five years with the company.
An annual check on gender diversity at the top of the UK energy sector has found slow progress towards targets for women.
The world’s largest offshore construction ship has delivered the 8,500-tonne Ninian Northern platform jacket for decommissioning in Shetland.
A firm specialising in the skills needs of people working in difficult and potentially dangerous environments has opened a £1 million training centre in Aberdeen.
Craig International has announced the appointment of three new directors to support "rapid" global growth.
New contract wins and a fast-growing workforce have led to Aberdeen technology firm Eserv move into bigger premises in the city's west end.
Energy services firm Bilfinger UK, which has its offshore oil and gas base in Aberdeen, has said a new contract in the North Sea will create 300 new jobs.
New contracts worth £35 million are helping Aberdeen firm Craig International bounce back after a Covid-hit year of losses.
Offshore procurement specialist Craig International, of Aberdeen, is to deliver two new contracts worth a total of more than £5 million through its fledgling Ecobuy service.
Energy giant BP has reinforced its commitment to making Aberdeen a greener place by forming a new partnership with the city's harbour.
An energy industry consultancy's diversification into renewables is expected to create new jobs in Aberdeen, London and other global locations.
Danish renewable energy giant Orsted plans to directly invest up to £12 billion in Scotland if it is successful with all five of its bids in the ScotWind offshore wind auction.
BGF has taken a minority stake in Aberdeen-based oilfield technology firm isolat8 after ploughing £3.5 million into the business to support its long-term growth plans.
Bosses at ADC Energy, of Aberdeen, say the energy services firm's diversification strategy has "come to fruition" with its latest contract.
Bosses at oilfield services firm Tendeka are toasting new international contracts worth more than £22 million for work over the next three years.
Multiple award-winning environmental consultancy Ironside Farrar has been appointed to lead the work on a "master plan" for the Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) earmarked for Aberdeen.
Energy giant Shell has announced it is moving out of its current North Sea base in Tullos, Aberdeen, and into the Silver Fin building in the city centre.
One of the north-east oil and gas industry's top lawyers, Bruce McLeod, has become a partner in the Aberdeen office of legal firm Pinsent Masons.
‘We’re entering a growth cycle’ – Wood boss Robin Watson says Aberdeen firm has momentum in its favour
Wood chief executive Robin Watson said today (August 24) the Aberdeen firm's conventional energy business is "stable" and its other activities gaining momentum after an "inflection point" for the group earlier this year.
North Star Renewables (NSR), of Aberdeen, is today announcing a £96 million funding package to support its vessel-building plans.
UK-based energy services firm Expro has delivered its last set of results before its "merger" with Dutch rival Frank’s International.
Engineering and project management giant Wood, of Aberdeen, has secured a UK Government-backed loan worth £430 million to bolster its green credentials.
North-east firm Trojan Energy has secured a late seed investment of £2.2 million to roll out its “flat-and-flush” on-street electric vehicle (EV) charging technology.
A stalwart of the North Sea oil and gas industry has reflected on the time its career prospects were "relatively unknown" as he prepares for retirement.