21-year-old Jovita Beeston takes on permanent role at East Anglian ONE wind farm after completing three-year apprenticeship.
More than 200 young women gathered in Aberdeen last week to discuss innovative solutions to global food, water and energy sector challenges as part of the annual Girls In Energy conference.
A new cohort of engineering and energy leaders has graduated from the AFBE’s 'Transcend' programme amid a push for greater diversity amongst top management.
Deloitte’s Hayley Strachan told an Aberdeen event that firms should take advantage of their ‘internal talent marketplace’ to drive productivity.
The UK Oil & Gas Chaplaincy annual service of remembrance will be held on Saturday, November 4 at the Kirk of St Nicholas in Aberdeen.
Still Wakes the Deep, which is set on a collapsing oil rig in Scotland’s North Sea, will be launched early next year.
New fitness company Offshore Fitness is aiming to help industry workers overcome the challenges they face staying active on the job.
SSE Renewables has caused a stir in the Outer Hebrides after the company discussed limiting a 400-year-old traditional bird hunt to compensate for the effects of a wind farm.
Achieving even modest levels of Diversity and inclusion or, full out, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, today in the developed world has been a hard-fought battle, is far from completed and is unlikely to ever get any easier.
AXIS recently reported that less than 5% of fathers take Shared Parental Leave, the group said that this shows support from employers can positively drive uptake.
Energy giant BP (LON: BP) has done a U-turn over plans to relocate its North Sea headquarters in Aberdeen.
As an offshore worker, it can seem particularly hard to talk about mental health, especially with the "manly" attitudes and stigma that can come with it.
AFBE-UK has announced the finalists for its Diversity and Inclusion Awards, the winners of which will be revealed on Thursday, November 23 at the P&J Live in Aberdeen.
In the ever-evolving landscape of equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), ASCO is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace culture.
Local leaders and international influencers gather in Aberdeen for Energy Voice's inaugural Women In New Energy conference celebrating the critical role women have in shaping the future of the energy sector.
Aberdeen cross-industry gender equality group AXIS Network has published a scathing assessment of the lack of diversity shown at Offshore Europe, held in Aberdeen this month.
Our readers share their own health stories and safety concerns.
Aberdeenshire based digital workplace specialist Carbon Group has announced a doubling in revenue after diversifying to support the energy industry.
Bosses from BP, Wood, Intertek and others discussed discrimination they've faced in their careers, and the distance still to go.
One of the north-east's best -known businesses, Ace Winches, has reported an "outstanding" financial performance.
North Sea energy lawyer Findlay Anderson has joined Gilson Gray as a partner in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen’s ongoing transition of decarbonising the oil and gas industry and investing in the development of sustainable green energies has the potential to inject new life into the city, restoring its position on the world stage as an economic powerhouse.
North Sea HSE advisor, Davie Hill, is to raise funds for the Archie Foundation after Aberdeen Royal Infirmary doctors saved his daughter’s life.
A new podcast series produced by Xodus Group for International Women’s Day aims to offer a "candid" snapshot of life as a woman in the energy sector.
Deepsea mining is arguably the most exciting yet controversial segment of the blue economy, which the United Nations estimates boasts an estimated annual turnover of $3-6trillion.