Former oil worker Andrew Morrissey has traded the North Sea for travel around the Seven Wonders of the World.
The Aberdeenshire-based Integrated Services and Training provider, AquaTerra Group, has announced appointments to two senior roles as the firm looks to grow.
Exxon Mobil Corp. reaped a record $59 billion annual profit but disappointed some investors by holding the line on share buybacks.
Quanta is "strengthening its presence in Aberdeen" as it opens a new office in the Granite City.
Billfinger staff that are stationed on Ithaca Energy assets are in contact with unions over potential strike action as they look to change how they are paid.
Research firm Rystad has tipped the energy services sector to grow to $1 trillion in 2025.
An open letter has been sent to Aberdeenshire and Moray councils expressing concern about the development of more wind farms in the Upper Deveron Valley.
Oilfield services giant Baker Hughes has admitted shipping equipment to Russia months after sanctions were announced in the wake of the invasion of Ukraine.
Delegate registrations are now open for the Energy Exports Conference 2023.
TAQA Netherlands has become Europe's first oil and gas operator to complete an uncrewed offshore integrity inspection.
BP has published its Energy Outlook for 2023, predicting three potential scenarios in the global energy markets following a turbulent 12 months.
Oldmeldrum-based energy industry cleaning company NRC UK has been bought over with bosses now planning to double its workforce.
Aberdonians are having their say on the future of the North Sea, including producing oil and gas in"better" ways and "supporting our own economy".
A quiet revolution is taking place across the Highlands of Scotland, as a drive towards a green hydrogen economy is leading the decarbonisation of the transportation of goods across the region.
The sixth annual Decom North Sea Awards are coming to Aberdeen in the energy industry’s only awards dedicated to decommissioning excellence.
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The oil and gas industry is facing pressure to find efficient and commercially viable paths to new production amidst the perfect storm of an energy security crisis, surging inflation, and a challenging investment climate for fossil fuels.
CRC Evans has announced that a merger between four organisations has brought about the creation of a welding and coating services firm.
Rovco has signed a three-year contract for the Glomar Supporter multipurpose support vessel as it looks to further expand its survey business.
An Aberdeen city centre car park is in line for a £1.2million refurbishment as part of a deal with energy giant Shell.
Wind energy providers look to maximise returns in 2023 by improving efficiency of Operations and Maintenance
Boosted by increasing energy transition commitments from governments worldwide and fresh focus on energy security, wind industry growth will continue its upward trajectory in 2023 and beyond.
Serica (LON: SQZ) has renewed a sanctions waiver from the US Government over Iran’s stake in the Rhum oilfield in the UK North Sea.
Scotland’s outer islands are to cash in on a share of up to £393 million during the next 10 years as a slew of UK and Scottish government initiatives breathes life into 16 projects.
"Zero calories" cake might be a pipedream for Grant Shapps but Hydrogen powered flight is a reality.
More than three-quarters of Scots support domestic North Sea production, a survey has found, despite political moves which could harm the sector.