Scores of people gathered at a special ceremony on Saturday to commemorate all those in the UK oil and gas industry who lost their lives offshore.
Bureau Veritas Solutions – Marine & Offshore is using its existing asset management digital twin capability, VeristarAIM3D, which was developed in partnership with Dassault Systemes, to support a range of customers around the globe.
An energy firm has moved forward with plans for a £200 million incinerator on the outskirts of a north-east town.
Training and technology organisation 3T Energy Group has appointed a new chief financial officer to support its rapid global growth.
An oil giant is seeking a new tenant for a former school for the children of European oil workers, The Press and Journal understands.
Energy customers who reject new smart meters have been warned that the cost to them of maintaining "relic meters" will be "very high".
More than half of people say climate change will influence the way they vote in the next general election, a survey suggests.
Crown Estate Scotland generated £11.4 million for The Scottish Government last year.
A north-east oilfield technology firm has reached the promised land of commercialisation with its pioneering well-intervention device.
The energy supply and credit balances of the 134,000 customers of now-defunct Toto Energy will remain unaffected after the industry regulator appointed EDF Energy to take them on.
Energy, defence, valve, oceanographic and marine science businesses have been among the first to use Balmoral’s new, £20 million subsea test centre in Aberdeen.
British electricity generators can expect a £1 billion windfall after a European Commission decision that could restart a controversial subsidy scheme which was accused of favouring fossil fuels.
The Port of Cromarty Firth has appointed its former marketing and PR manager to the newly-created business development manager position.
The competition watchdog has said it is mulling an investigation into Ovo energy's acquisition of SSE's retail business.
Technology and training organisation 3T Energy Group has sold off the energy insulation side of its business to concentrate on developing new training technologies.
Energy Voice had a Q&A with Elizabeth Padmos - an industry veteran of 23-years - on the importance of parental leave in the North Sea oil and gas industry and wider engineering sectors.
Aberdeen’s only five-star visitor attraction has appointed its new chief executive to lead a redeveloped £6 million facility due to open next year.
Gas and electricity suppliers will undergo independent audits of their customer services operations and financial strength under proposed new rules unveiled by the energy watchdog.
A man who murdered an Aberdeen oil worker is to appeal his jail term.
As Brexit looms near, the Energy Industries Council (EIC), will be holding a series of free regional events and webinars to prepare members and the public how to get their business ready for Brexit.
Sir Ian Wood has received the Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy for his foundation's work in tackling such issues as child poverty and economic development at home and abroad.
An Extinction Rebellion demonstrator is attempting a "free solo climb" of Big Ben, the group said.
Two of Europe’s biggest banks want to seize oil trader Igho Sanomi’s London homes. Let the battle commence.
Moneysupermarket found comfort in its energy division in the last three months as fears that Ofgem’s new price cap would make customers less likely to change energy supplier, proved false.
Celebrities have admitted being hypocrites over climate activism but asked the press not to focus on their "huge carbon footprints".