Deepsea mining is arguably the most exciting yet controversial segment of the blue economy, which the United Nations estimates boasts an estimated annual turnover of $3-6trillion.
Levelling-Up Secretary Michael Gove has provoked anger from environmental campaigners by approving a new coal mine in the UK.
Seasoned marketing professional Alison Hazell is celebrating promotion to a director's role at Aberdeen firm EnerMech after five years with the company.
‘It’s good to talk, but we need to go further’: UK oil and gas chaplain grapples with spiritual and virtual challenges
Currently averaging an installation visit around once a week, Reverend Gordon Craig’s schedule keeps him busier than many of the North Sea’s offshore travellers.
Friends and colleagues have spoken of their shock and devastation after the death of Aberdeen mum Jill Barclay, who died while walking home from a night out.
An Aberdeen oil and gas worker is opening a new pet shop in nearby Westhill.
The Queen has died at the age of 96.
Liz Truss will be the UK’s new prime minister after beating Rishi Sunak to take over the Conservative party.
North Sea sunsets, industrial landscapes and ‘majestic’ wind turbines are among the compositions submitted to a new photography competition which aims to frame life in the energy sector.
Director of UK sales at Remote Medical International (RMI), Dave Thompson has committed to running an 'ultra marathon' to raise money for the Denis Law Legacy Trust.
Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) will survey its members to help measure the overall diversity of the offshore workforce, as it works to improve inclusion and representation.
Aberdeen City Council has made clear it will have the final say over any proposed changes to memorial gardens in Aberdeen, as it consults with survivors and families affected by the Piper Alpha disaster.
Boris Johnson has agreed to stand down as prime minister after his Cabinet turned against him and urged him to stand down.
A resurgent oil and gas industry is driving an “extremely competitive” recruitment market while jobs in the renewable and digital sectors grow but at a slower pace.
Prime office space across three prestigious office developments in the heart of Aberdeen is fast running out, new figures show.
Industry body Scottish Renewables has welcomed three new directors to its board, bringing in expertise from business development, external relations and the energy services sector.
Viaro Energy has appointed Steve Jenkins as its non-executive chairman, following the departure of Roger Tucker.
A firm specialising in the skills needs of people working in difficult and potentially dangerous environments has opened a £1 million training centre in Aberdeen.
A scholarship to equip the next generation of engineers for the energy transition will be launched in Aberdeen on Thursday at North East Scotland College (NESCol).
Europa Oil and Gas has announced the appointment of Will Holland to the role of chief financial officer and executive director later this year.
John Tiny Langler: Incredible life of policeman turned oil tycoon who grew business on champagne and free fish suppers
John Langler may have been ‘Tiny’ by name – but he certainly wasn’t by stature, business or reputation.
Maersk Training is set to increase headcount across its UK sites by around 20%, as new offshore and fire safety instructors are needed due to rising industry demand.
Findlay Anderson of Baker Hughes will become the new chairman of the sector's diversity and inclusion (D&I) task group.
Kjetil Gjersdal will oversee the drilling contractor as its chief executive, following the spin-off of some services into a new technology-focused division.