Footage has been captured of a freight train crashing into an 18-wheeler truck carrying a wind turbine blade in Texas.
One of the north-east oil and gas industry's top lawyers, Bruce McLeod, has become a partner in the Aberdeen office of legal firm Pinsent Masons.
Aberdeen social enterprise Glencraft has appointed a new managing director.
Infrastrata has added Sir Jonathan Band, the former First Sea Lord and chief of staff at the Royal Navy, to its board of directors.
Energy bills for 15 million households will increase by at least £139 to a record high from October due to a rise in wholesale prices, the UK’s energy regulator has announced.
Litter picking has saved the lives of people suffering with mental health problems during the pandemic, says Mike Scotland.
Partners in law firm Addleshaw Goddard are toasting a 23% increase in their share of annual profits during the year to April 30.
Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has criticised the Science Museum following reports it signed a "gagging clause" with oil giant Shell over sponsorship of one of its exhibitions.
Oilfield technology firm Coretrax has moved into new headquarters just outside Aberdeen in order to accommodate growth.
Aberdeen FC Community Trust (AFCCT) is setting up a legacy fund in memory of its former chairman, Duncan Skinner, who tragically lost his year‐long battle with cancer in April 2021, with the goal of reaching £100,000.
Michelle Fowler began working fresh out of school, at age 16, working as an admin assistant for Craig Group Catering. Little did she know that more than 30 years later, she would be taking up a senior role with North Star Shipping, a former core business of the same family-owned Aberdeen company.
Raised on a dairy farm on the Welsh border, Sarah Lee (30) has had a desire to understand how things work for most of her life.
Five female engineers with DNV have collectively spent nearly forty years working towards the energy transition.
For nearly eight years, Yousra Baghdadi has been a project engineer with EnerMech, an Aberdeen headquartered specialist in integrated mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and integrity services to the energy sector.
As one of three young women who have just been appointed trustees on the board of the Engineering Development Trust (EDT), Laura Steedman (27), an asset supporting engineer on bp’s Clair field, hopes her own involvement with the trust will help inspire many other young women to consider a career in engineering.
The journey towards a career in oil and gas engineering has many twists and turns. For three women at Tendeka, a global specialist in advanced completions, production solutions and sand management, it was never a fixed destination they’d have mapped out as schoolgirls. Now, it’s a path they’re passionate about and actively encourage more women to navigate towards.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has announced the appointment of industrialist Bob Keiller as its chairman and has published accounts which reveal the impact of the pandemic on the business group’s finances.
A recruitment agency based in Aberdeen has appointed private-equity investment expert Jock Gardiner as its chairman.
Energy services firm Kaseum Technology has grown its footprint at Moorfield Group’s Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks in Bridge of Don.
Savills and Knight Frank have been appointed joint agents for bp’s North Sea headquarters, in Dyce, Aberdeen, following the energy giant’s decision to relocate elsewhere in the city.
The Neptune Energy building in Aberdeen has been sold in the city’s biggest office deal since the pandemic began.
More than 160 business leaders - including Jim Milne, chairman of Balmoral Group - have co-signed an open letter calling on the Scottish Government to rule out plans for a second independence referendum to “break up the UK”.
US firm Great Lakes Dredge and Dock Co (GLDD) has contracted ship builder Ulstein to move onto the integration engineering phase for the Jones-compliant rock dumping vessel earmarked for the nascent American offshore wind market.
Scottish Government minister Paul Wheelhouse has failed to reclaim a seat in the Scottish Parliament.
Our people have all faced challenges over the past year, with many juggling “home-schooling” and other personal responsibilities with work demands. We’ve all become more aware and understanding of each other’s circumstances as a result.