Energy Voice had a Q&A with Elizabeth Padmos - an industry veteran of 23-years - on the importance of parental leave in the North Sea oil and gas industry and wider engineering sectors.
Aberdeen’s only five-star visitor attraction has appointed its new chief executive to lead a redeveloped £6 million facility due to open next year.
Gas and electricity suppliers will undergo independent audits of their customer services operations and financial strength under proposed new rules unveiled by the energy watchdog.
A man who murdered an Aberdeen oil worker is to appeal his jail term.
As Brexit looms near, the Energy Industries Council (EIC), will be holding a series of free regional events and webinars to prepare members and the public how to get their business ready for Brexit.
Sir Ian Wood has received the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy for his foundation's work in tackling such issues as child poverty and economic development at home and abroad.
An Extinction Rebellion demonstrator is attempting a "free solo climb" of Big Ben, the group said.
Two of Europe’s biggest banks want to seize oil trader Igho Sanomi’s London homes. Let the battle commence.
Moneysupermarket found comfort in its energy division in the last three months as fears that Ofgem’s new price cap would make customers less likely to change energy supplier, proved false.
Celebrities have admitted being hypocrites over climate activism but asked the press not to focus on their "huge carbon footprints".
Energy giant E.On has said it will axe between 500 and 600 jobs from its UK workforce.
Hugh MacLeod doesn’t like talking about himself. He’s modest about his experiences, despite the fact that he has travelled all over the world with his career. For Hugh is happiest with the simple life, and most at home in the Highlands, where he grew up in Daviot – on the outskirts of Inverness.
Oil and gas giant BP has announced a multi-million investment in an artificial intelligence (AI) tech firm through its BP Ventures arm.
Oil giant Shell has announced plans to offset carbon emission from fuel at a number of its UK petrol stations.
The total sum of cash earmarked for infrastructure projects in and around Aberdeen between now and 2030 has rocketed by £1.7 billion to more than £10bn during the past year, new figures show.
Eleven huge cruise ships due to dock in Aberdeen next year have been turned away after port bosses admitted the £350 million expansion project has been delayed.
A cut-throat market slashed into profit as oil major Shell forayed into the energy supply market last year, the company has revealed.
Beleaguered helicopter operator Bristow has gained approval for a restructuring deal which will inject £444million into the company and pull it out of bankruptcy.
Within central Scotland, financial technology, or FinTech, is seeing a surge of growth, with new enterprises launching, international firms moving to Scotland and established technology firms developing new FinTech products.
St Fergus gas processing plant engineering manager Brian Geddes has been named the winner of the Energy Industry Council (EIC)’s rising star award for 2019.
Three-quarters of oil and gas executives believe the sector’s supply chain has the right skills and expertise to support the energy transition, according to a poll.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has won a £16.2million for work at chemical manufacturing sites in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Opex Group, an Aberdeen-based technology firm specialising in data science and predictive analysis, has moved quickly to support a new graduate apprenticeship scheme at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
A number of arts organisations will continue to receive support from oil giants, after the National Theatre split with Shell declaring fears of "catastrophic environmental collapse".
An Aberdeen software developer is toasting business growth of 30% after completing a major project for Oceaneering.