Waste disposal in the UK offshore industry is getting better, but the sector's ageing assets are keeping operators and waste contractors on their toes.
A student from the Robert Gordon University has been awarded with the Society of Petroleum Engineers' SPE Star Fellowship Award for the North Sea Region for 2012-13.
Helicopter firm Bond has set aside a further £5million for compensation claims made by those who lost loved ones in the April 2009 North Sea disaster.
A team of former Aberdeen Grammar School pupils are to compete in a global F1 car design competition in Abu Dhabi later this month.
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Trade body Oil & Gas UK will host a breakfast briefing tomorrow to discuss the work of Step Change in Safety, the organisation set up to improve safety in offshore operations.
Demand from school leavers for careers in engineering has shot up, according to Aberdeen's two universities.
Aberdeen-born mechanical engineering student Joseph Kennedy joined 90 Scottish students travelling the world to work with some of the top blue chip firms this summer.
North-east apprentices picked up awards at Score Group in Peterhead after scoring top marks in a national mechanical engineering competition.
North Sea oil and gas exploration and production company Bridge Energy made its debut on the stock market today, with first day trading valuing it at £75million.
Aberdeen's Energy Institute Young Professional Network (EIYPN) is hosting its inaugural black tie event next month.
The crew of an offshore oil platform have been left washing in sinks filled with water from kettles after their hot water system failed, it has been claimed.
Proserv's boss has literally come a long way since he graduated in 1982 with a mechanical engineering degree from an Australian university.
THE crew of a North Sea support vessel have been praised for saving the life of a diver who was stranded nearly 300ft underwater with no air line.
Advances in enhanced oil recovery technology are to be showcased in a talk in Aberdeen tomorrow.
The Scottish Government plans to invest £3.25million in an "academy" to train workers in the energy sector.
he North Sea oil and gas industry scored a victory in Brussels yesterday in its battle over EU plans to seize control of offshore safety rules.
The oil and gas industry places a high value on experience, but it is widely recognised that with an aging workforce on its books, there is a need to invest in the next generation and produce a sustainable source of workers for the future.
Oil and gas upstream engineering consultancy ClerkMaxwell has enhanced its operations with a new appointment in a bid to build upon a period of recent growth.
AGR's Aberdeen office has appointed a new regional consultancy manager to oversee and grow the division.
Join us and see the world" might sound like a cliché, but it is a very real possibility for the growing number of graduates joining global offshore survey company UTEC.
In the event of an offshore gas leak or similar disaster, where internal emergency procedures are launched, easy access to up-to-date critical technical information is of paramount importance.
Atlas, the leading international learning and skills provider, have launched an innovative new course that will help lead to improved safety and reductions in hydrocarbon releases in the oil and gas industry.
Norway's oil and gas safety authority has launched an investigation into Saipem after a semi-submersible drilling rig started to list in the Barents Sea.
BP's hopes of reaching a settlement over the Deepwater Horizon catastrophe were dealt a blow yesterday after it emerged that the US government intends to prove gross negligence or wilful misconduct at trial.