UK-headquartered oil major BP has paid tribute to Prince Philip, who died on Friday morning, aged 99.
London-based property investor Faro Capital has unveiled plans for a new business park in Aberdeen.
A former offshore oil and gas industry professional who launched and then sold a business looking after travel formalities for firms sending employees overseas is now playing a key role in the US buyer’s global expansion.
Global consulting and engineering company Wood, of Aberdeen, has pledged to have 40% of senior management roles filled by women by 2030.
An oil boss is facing a “significant custodial sentence” after being found guilty of sexually assaulting and attempting to rape a woman in Aberdeen.
Worley has sold its public infrastructure advisory business Capital Projects Advisory (CPA) for $48 million to SA Management Pty (TSA).
North-east firms from Banffshire to Royal Deeside are celebrating after being named winners in the 2021 Northern Star Business Awards.
GEG Capital, part of Inverness-headquartered Global Energy Group, said yesterday it had acquired Peterhead-based marine recruitment firm Genesis Personnel for an undisclosed sum.
BME Services, part of Aberdeen-based equipment and industrial service company BME Group, has unveiled North Sea helideck refurbishment contracts worth £500,000.
Scottish subsea company JFD has projects in the US defence sector in its sights after launching a new business to focus on growth in the Americas.
Despite an increased focus in recent years, the energy industry has consistently struggled to attract more women.
BP has informed thousands of staff members they will not return to the office full-time when the pandemic lifts, a news report said.
International Women's Day, taking place today (8th March), grew out of a 1908 women's march for better labour laws to become an event recognised by the United Nations. To celebrate, Energy Voice spoke with Simone Pizzolato, Forum Energy Technologies' commercial manager, about the changes in the energy industry in the past two decades.
Scott Munro, Technical Manager at Aleron Limited, specialists in complete ROV solutions, has created a new sporting challenge named, The Great Scottish Triathlon, to raise funds for local charity, Grampian Disability Sport.
It is often said that successful careers are defined by a few pivotal moments. That is certainly the case for Stewart Findlay, Operations Director at engineering firm, Brimmond Group.
An empty Aberdeen office building - recently valued at £1.5 million - could be partially demolished to make way for flats.
Being a working parent is challenging at the best of times, but the last year, and in particular the second lockdown, has been tough – really, really tough.
Invergordon-based PSG Marine and Logistics has become the latest company to back a bid to create a free port on the Cromarty Firth.
Engineering company Nucore Group has beefed up its management team with the appointment of Phil Davie as chief operating officer (COO).
Pipeline technology company Stats Group, of Kintore, has promoted two long-serving employees to senior executive positions.
Chris O'Shea, the CEO of British Gas owner Centrica, has said his family was sent a package of excrement amid a bitter engineers' dispute.
Subsea 7 has donated a total of £15,000 to charities across the north east of Scotland, in support of families and individuals struggling this winter.
New research by global commercial property adviser CBRE has revealed a positive end to 2020 for the Aberdeen office market.
TechnipFMC said today it had appointed Alf Melin as executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective January 25, 2021.
EnerMech has appointed Steven Muir to the newly created post of IT director.