A helicopter pilot who had to give up flying due to a devastating disease has shared his story to help raise awareness of the condition.
Three decades ago, Aberdeen was preparing to host its inaugural Baker Hughes 10k.
Opponents of a controversial £150million incinerator project in Aberdeen have condemned the decision to approve the scheme as “flawed” and “unsafe”.
An oil and gas giant has been fined thousands of pounds after a lorry driver was crushed by a pipe at its Aberdeen warehouse.
A North Sea helicopter pilot who feared he would collide with a plane was forced to take evasive action – after a “relatively new” air traffic controller failed to tell him it was flying nearby.
An offshore worker has been airlifted to hospital after injuring himself on a vessel near BP’s Schiehallion oil field, west of Shetland. The man was working on the North Sea Atlantic supply ship, run by Technip UK, when the incident took place at around 3.15pm.
A Scottish biofuel company has joined forces with an Irish energy efficency services company to help UK industries reduce their carbon footprint. The partnership, between EcoEnergy Group and Crowley Carbon, brings both company's next-generation energy and cost-effective solutions and also underlines the strong alliance between both countries.
A leading politician has intervened in an effort to prevent the European Commission from limiting emissions from the UK's oil and gas industry. The commission has proposed the medium-sized combustion plant directive, which would limit the emissions produced by medium-sized engines and generators - integral to every offshore oil platform.
Millions of pounds of funding is available to support innovations which offer cleaner, low-cost and more efficient conventional fuels. Innovate UK is offering £6million to new technologies that increase efficiency, reduce the cost and minimise the environmental impact of coal, natural gas and oil.
The acting chief executive of Molopo Energy has stepped down after four months in charge. Don Engle first took up the role last September and recently completed the sale of the Fiesta asset and helped the new board with corporate procedural matters.
Talisman Energy has been granted a court order which will allow its acquisition by Spanish company Repsol to go ahead. Last week, the firm's shareholders approved the arrangement, under which Repsol will purchase all of the outstanding shares of Talisman.
The UK's shadow energy minister recently visited Centrica Energy and Bibby Offshore to discuss the future of the oil and gas industry. Tom Greatrex MP visit Centrica's Aberdeen offics to find out more about how the company's developments on the UK Continental Shelf are helping to create jobs and boost the economy across the country.
Return To Scene (R2S) is expected to complete its photographic capture of BP's Atlantis facility in the Gulf of Mexico during the second quarter of this year. The contract, worth US $450,000, falls under a global agreement between R2S - a subsidiary of SeaEnergy - and BP which has been in place since 2013.