A north-east oilfield technology firm has deployed a modified version of its pioneering well-intervention device for cash for the first time.
Occupational hygiene is one of the lesser-known areas of occupational health, which is often mistakenly thought of as having a purely medical focus.
The Scottish Greens are to put the "climate emergency" at the centre of their General Election campaign.
BP Ventures is investing £8.6 million in MaaS Global, a provider of digital mobility software designed to make transport easier and smarter.
A north-east oil worker has admitted sending threats to First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, saying she should “take a bullet” over her stance on independence.
The general secretary of the Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC) has announced he will be stepping down from the role in May after almost 15 years in charge.
Extinction Rebellion has won a High Court challenge against the Metropolitan Police over a London-wide protest ban.
The boss of an Aberdeen-based marine operator is frustrated by the weak response to his launch of an innovation incubator earlier this year.
Enormous changes are afoot to help grow the Aberdeen economy in the coming years as uncertainty and fierce competition from other growing cities become the new norm.
Plans are under way to build a development with more than 100 houses on the outskirts of the city.
The cost of ignoring mental health issues in the workplace is too steep to ignore.
One of the country’s most respected regeneration tsars has warned Aberdeen should not become complacent following millions of pounds worth of investment in the city.
Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) Wealth has appointed financial services industry heavyweight Benny Higgins as its first non-executive chairman.
Stormy weather battered the north and north-east over the weekend, with strong winds ripping an oil platform from a pier in Shetland.
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.