Drilling rig contractor Ensco Rowan has been awarded £140 million in damages in its proceedings against Samsung Heavy Industries, a shipyard in South Korea.
An acquisition-hungry energy services group based in north-east Scotland has secured nearly £50 million worth of additional “firepower”.
An investigation has been launched by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and Dutch Authorities into UK road fuel supplier Greenergy.
Aberdeenshire Council has ordered the owners of a listed building to call off the diggers pending an investigation.
Industry demographics within the offshore oil and gas sector traditionally paint a picture of gender imbalance; particularly within disciplines such as scaffolding.
A north-east charity has received a welcome boost of £2,000 to support its work to help men and women out of the nightmare of addiction.
An Aberdeen energy sector boss will put his stamina to the test in a gruelling effort to raise thousands of pounds for charities.
Bosses have promised to navigate “choppy waters” to ensure that Aberdeen Harbour’s expansion stays on track for summer 2020.
Plans to unlock the "vast potential" of a former port and industrial site have been unveiled as a consultation on its future is launched.
A new cost-reducing, first of its kind well abandonment tool developed by Aberdeen-headquartered Deep Casing Tools has gone from concept to offshore trial with Equinor in just nine months.
A £28 million cash injection will help deliver a "world-class" electric car battery development centre - putting the UK at the forefront of the industry, the Government has said.
Industry buzz continues to grow around predictive maintenance (PdM), which is seen as a significant contributor to improving efficiency in the oil and gas sector.
Arup and EnerMech have launched a new digitised service to enhance the inspection process for the oil and gas industry.
Troubled US aviation giant Bristow has sold Eastern Airways to the regional carrier’s chief executive and founder.
A man who has worked tirelessly to improve working conditions in the North Sea after almost perishing on Piper Alpha has been appointed to lead Step Change in Safety.
Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham has urged the UK Government to fund carbon capture and storage facilities as she called for a “shared national endeavour” to tackle climate change.
A new resource for quickly upskilling new recruits to the oil and gas sector is getting better and better, and even better.
Glasgow has pledged to become the first carbon neutral city in the UK.
Energy giant Npower has swung to a loss at the start of 2019 after shedding another 102,000 customers and taking a hit from the energy price cap.
Three of Europe’s biggest utilities are highlighting the challenge of making money in Britain’s notoriously difficult retail energy market.
Scottish Gas owner Centrica suffered a sizable shareholder revolt over bosses’ pay at its annual general meeting (AGM) in London yesterday.
A leading Aberdeen occupational health provider has announced the retirement of its founder after almost three decades at the helm.
Energy giant E.On's UK earnings have dived after it was dragged down by the impact of the energy price cap.
Technological change is more likely to increase the headcount of the engineering construction industry (ECI) workforce than reduce it, according to new research published today.
British Gas owner Centrica has warned unusually warm weather and a £70 million hit from the energy price cap will impact first half results as it also suffered a further customer exodus.