The Energy Institute Aberdeen, Highlands and Islands branch, has confirmed the speakers for its annual dinner which is set to take place in the Granite City this month.
The Aberdeenshire-based Score Group has named Nick Dunn as its new chief executive, effective from the 5th of April.
Floating solar panels are to be installed in the waters off Scotland for the first time this year - with First Minister Humza Yousaf insisting the technology has "significant potential".
ScottishEnterprise and Peterhead Port Authority have commissioned a study on the opportunities the energy transition can bring the area.
After acquiring Offshore Helicopter Services UK, the South African Ultimate Aviation is pumping cash into the firm with two new choppers set to touch down in Dyce this year.
Once hailed as the UK’s largest gas discovery in a decade, CNOOC’s Glengorm development is now more likely to become a subsea tie-back - if it progresses at all.
Research conducted by IR35 specialists Qdos has found that the controversial tax regime is still the highest concern of offshore contractors.
The UK SLB (NYSE: SLB) workers striking in Norway have been receiving messages of solidarity from across the energy sector.
The minister of state for energy security and net zero, Graham Stuart, visited Aberdeen this week to meet with industry leaders.
Energy giant Shell has said it expects to have produced more gas in the opening three months of this year than it did during the close of last year even as prices drop from recent extremes.
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) has confirmed it is cutting 350 onshore jobs, claiming the windfall tax is the reason behind the decision.
Dyce-based helicopter operator, CHC, has secured a multimillion-pound contract with energy supermajor Shell (LON: SHEL) to support its operations in the North Sea for five years.
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Aberdeen-based procurement firm Craig International is marking its 25th anniversary with a £1 million move to a new global headquarters.
AIS Survivex has appointed an Aberdeen-born oil and gas expert to train North Sea workers at their installations.
Saipem has announced three new offshore contracts and two Front End Engineering Design (FEED) contracts with a total value of £524.9 million ($650m).
Offshore Helicopter Services, formerly known as Babcock's North Sea business, has been formally acquired by South Africa's Ultimate Aviation.
Equipment Rental Specialists, First Integrated Solutions, has further augmented its expertise in the energy, drilling & marine industry with the acquisition of Aberdeen-based, North Sea Compactors, for a seven-figure sum.
Protestors gathered in Aberdeen on Friday to voice their discontent at the UK government's continued backing for fossil fuels within its net zero strategy.
This week saw the Energy Voice's second Net Zero Workforce event, taking place at the Aberdeen Science Centre, delegates and panellists discussed attracting new talent and reskilling existing workers.
The Aberdeen headquartered Parkmead Group (LON: PMG) has announced that in the last six months of 2022 revenues were up 140% compared to the previous year.
Odfjell Drilling has announced it has signed two letters of intent (LOI) for its Deepsea Atlantic to be used in the North Sea for a sum of $290 million.
Respects are being paid to the 16 people who lost their lives in the 2009 Super Puma incident on its 14th anniversary.
AIS Survivex has secured a contract with renewables company, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, to deliver training across its UK workforce.
Recently appointed Shell (LON: SHEL) chief executive, Wael Sawan, is bringing its low carbon and renewables energy roles under one management.