Centrica will hope to win back some investor confidence on Friday as it presents its latest figures amid a tough battle with unions.
Employment law expert Nicola Gray has rejoined Aberdein Considine (AC) as a partner after a seven-year spell at rival legal firm Mackinnons.
The UK Government is pressing ahead with delayed changes to off-payroll working rules, known as IR35, despite peers having urged it to “completely rethink” its plans.
Award-winning Scottish subsea gadget firm WFS Technologies has been bought out of administration in a so-called "pre-pack" deal, saving 19 jobs.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) is tendering for £13 million-worth of completion work on its £350-plus million expansion in a revised package.
The UK has an unrivalled track record of technological innovation, but ideas frequently fail between invention and commercialisation. To help cross this chasm, the National Subsea Research Institute (NSRI) has developed a tool which provides a clear indication of potential commercial viability of early stage technology in the subsea industry, supporting technology and innovation developers, funding organisations and investors.
A £3 billion green package with grants for homeowners and public buildings to improve energy efficiency will be unveiled by Rishi Sunak as part of his coronavirus economic strategy.
A Norwegian cargo ship which became stranded on the west coast of Skye has been successfully decommissioned from service.
The Government is under pressure to deliver on its manifesto commitment to invest billions of pounds in insulating homes as part of a green recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
An investigation has been launched after a cargo ship ran aground as it entered Aberdeen Harbour.
KPMG’s boss in Aberdeen, Martin Findlay, has said it is “something of a badge of honour” to have become the professional service firm’s first senior partner to have no fixed abode.
Forty-five jobs have been axed at a hotel in Shetland after bosses decided to shut it.
Youngsters across the north and north-east have bagged a combined £28,000 to be shared out among community groups lending a helping hand during the pandemic.
Kelly Wood is a licenced aircraft engineer at Bristow Helicopters. After entering the business as an apprentice in 2011, she is now a B-licenced engineer working at one of Bristow’s busiest heliports in the UK.
I feel a sense of gratitude to International Women In Engineering Day for not only reminding the world about the role of women in engineering, but celebrating it too.
A boss at BP has described the firm’s efforts to enhance its gender diversity as a “phenomenal journey”.
DeltaTek launched its SeaCure services in 2018 and has gone on to deploy the technology on multiple new wells in the UK North Sea and the Mediterranean. DeltaTek has been vocal about the time and cost saving benefits of the technology (up to 80% in some cases), but something that we don’t often discuss is the environmental impact.
An oil worker from the Highlands who died suddenly in Azerbaijan has been remembered as a “cheeky character” and a “kind bloke”.
Centrica, which owns British Gas, has said it will cut 5,000 jobs due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on an already declining business.
Priority Software Ltd., a leading global provider of business management solutions, today announced the expansion of its global channel network, with the recent signing of a partnership agreement with Scottish business technology solutions provider, FinQ Business Solutions, to implement, support, and service Priority ERP installations in Scotland and the UK. This new partnership will serve the region’s manufacturing, distribution, professional services, and other industry sectors, by implementing Priority’s cloud-based and mobile ERP solutions, to support customers’ remote working, increase operational efficiency, and help them to regain control of their business.
Oil firms must seize the opportunity presented by the Covid-19 pandemic to grasp the nettle and embrace digital technology and data analysis, industry experts have said.
Nearly 50 jobs are on the line at a hotel in Shetland after French energy giant Total decided not to extend its seven-year accommodation contract.
A drone has been used to deliver a package to the world's largest construction vessel in the Netherlands.
The Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB) has beefed up its board as it prepares to play its part in the sector’s recovery.
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) Wealth has announced the appointment of chartered financial planners Vikki Venerus, Andrew Dines and Ian Campbell as directors and shareholders.