Subsea scanning company Viewport3, of Aberdeen, is poised to roll out a new remote data capture service for the energy sector.
Offshore survival training provider Survivex has temporarily closed its facility in Aberdeen in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
UK inflation slowed last month on the back of falling motor fuel and computer game prices, official statisticians have revealed.
Supermarkets Asda and Morrisons have reduced their fuel prices by 12p per litre for petrol and 8p per litre for diesel.
The Financial Conduct Authority has asked companies due to announce annual results to delay publication because of the coronavirus.
A group of North Sea operators have struck a deal with a helicopter operator to bring confirmed and suspected Covid-19 sufferers back to shore.
Workplace health and safety should be the essential foundation of any organisation, but is particularly important in the energy industry, where workers are often placed in hazardous environments and high-risk situations.
Digital communications firm IFB, of Aberdeen, has launched a free service to help companies stay afloat amid all the chaos of the Covid-19 virus.
The Scottish Government has been told it has placed Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) in a “dire” position and risks undermining its important work.
The annual Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in the US has become the latest business event casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A highlight of the UK offshore industry's social calendar has been postponed due to fears about the coronavirus spread.
Restrictions on offshore travel will be tightened in a bid to stop the deadly coronavirus spreading across the North Sea, an industry body has said.
Last year saw the biggest falls in global electricity generation from coal and power sector carbon emissions since at least 1990, analysis suggests.
Around 2.8 million over-65s are expected to ration their energy usage during the current cold spell out of worry that they cannot afford their energy bills, according to new figures.
Remote operations will “change the oilfield services (OFS) world” according to Chris Jones, vice president for OFS in Europe at Baker Hughes.
The world’s first ship built to carry liquefied hydrogen will set sail late this year or early next.
While the discussion about the future of the north-east energy sector rages on, young people in the industry are having to reposition themselves in a world that views them as the great new hope and the torchbearers of a quickly changing power system.
UK competition authorities have approved Wood’s £250m sale of its nuclear business.
I have just read about an “unintended consequence” of Brexit which involves sausages. Unless a derogation is achieved, Britain’s sausage makers will be unable to sell to the EU and Northern Ireland without a “special export health certificate”.
A new task group set up to champion diversity and inclusion in the UK oil and gas industry will have achieved success when D&I is “no longer talked of as an initiative”, and is firmly ingrained in the sector, its chairman said.
Subsea UK has teamed up with one of the world’s leading non-profit ocean protection organisations to promote and support initiatives to prevent pollution of our oceans.
Mobile network O2 has announced plans to reduce its carbon emissions to net zero by 2025.
UK carbon dioxide emissions have fallen by 28% in the past decade, even as the economy has grown by a fifth, analysis suggests.
Leading international energy logistics provider Peterson has kicked-off Scottish Apprenticeship Week by announcing a number of new apprenticeships across its diverse business.
Maureen Morgan started her career in the care sector but always had a keen interest in mechanics. After deciding to pursue her passion in 2013, she is now an apprentice mechanical engineer at Sparrows Group’s Aberdeen headquarters based in Bridge of Don.