A major failure of the 20-mile subsea power cable between the isles of Skye and Harris could take months to repair – and it may even need to be replaced at huge cost.
A new subsea power cable to France has been launched which will be able to provide enough zero carbon electricity for a million British homes, National Grid has said.
Scottish Enterprise (SE) chief executive Steve Dunlop has stepped down after two-and-a-half years in the post, the economic development quango has announced.
An annual review of gender balance at the top levels of the UK energy industry has revealed progress during the past year – but nearly two in five companies still have no women on their boards.
The UK Home Office considered putting asylum seekers on decommissioned North Sea oil platforms for “processing”, a news report said.
A north-east business stalwart is stepping down from his key role with the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI).
Rishi Sunak has cancelled this year's Budget and will instead prioritise protecting millions of jobs in sectors hit by the latest Government guidance on Covid-19.
An Aberdeen-based angel investment syndicate is inching towards its fifth and sixth portfolio companies just a year after launch.
A former Scout turned Aberdeen oil boss has helped his boyhood group buy an old church hall to use as their permanent home.
Offshore container firm Swire Oilfield Services has bought Norwegian refuelling systems specialist Helifuel.
A subsea cable inspection has uncovered a long-lost Nazi warship, attacked by a British submarine off Norway 80 years ago.
AJT Engineering Limited, a company with over 70 years’ experience as a trusted, premier provider of multi-disciplined engineering services, is delighted to announce the appointment of Andy Dornan as its Business Development Manager. Andy has held a number of key relationship positions since retiring as a professional footballer which included a spell at Aberdeen Football Club.
A north-east subsea and marine industry recruitment firm is drilling into a completely different sector as part of its diversification drive.
An Aberdeen oil and gas hangar got a special surprise yesterday with the arrival of an RAF “Hawk” jet nearby.
Britain's energy regulator has fined SSE more than £2 million for a 2016 blunder which is likely to have pushed up wholesale electricity costs.
British Gas will avoid potentially costly enforcement by the energy regulator after agreeing to pay £1.73 million for not telling some customers they would need to top up their meter cards at a different shop until almost a month after the switch.
Lloyd's Register has announced Nick Brown as it's new chief executive after Alastair Marsh revealed plans to retire at the end of the year.
An Aberdeen road will be one-way temporarily for almost two months.
Law firm Burness Paull has added a quartet of high-profile new partners to its ranks to help businesses navigate through the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
A new “taskforce” of pro-Union business leaders, politicians and public servants aims to make the case for Scotland remaining part of the UK.
Talks over the future of air routes from Wick are now taking place between the Scottish and UK Governments.
Young activists including Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg have met German Chancellor Angela Merkel to press their demands for tougher action to curb climate change.
The threat of industrial action by workers at gas giant Centrica has come a step closer in a row over jobs and pay.
An animal welfare charity rescued a rare sea eagle found with a head injury near a wind farm on moorland in Lewis.
Going to the supermarket has never been a favourite activity – and particularly during a pandemic.