Matthew Parkhouse was always going to have a life at sea. But instead of following in his father's footsteps in fishing, he has chosen a career in the offshore oil and gas industry.
North-east school students will be going through to the Scottish Enterprising Mathematics final later this year after winning the regional heats.
Summer school students at risk management and certification firm DNV have created a new concept for a year-round Arctic response oil spill system.
The engineers of the future were given a head start on how to pursue their careers at an event in Aberdeen.
Primary school pupils from Aberdeen City & Shire have picked up awards for their green energy projects in a UK-wide contest.
Carri Lockhart is replacing Peter Jones as managing director of the Marathon Oil's UK North Sea asset team. Jones has transferred to the US, as asset manager for Wyoming production operations headquartered in Cody, Wyoming, US.
Former SSE chief operating officer Colin Hood has been appointed chairman of the Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult Centre by the Technology Strategy Board.
Meta Downhole is creating nine jobs in a new electrohydraulic division to be based at its headquarters in Aberdeen.
Westhill-based energy service firm Red Spider Technology said yesterday it had won contracts worth over £190,000 from oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico.
Efforts to relieve the skill shortage in Scotland's energy industry have received a £2million boost.
A Brussels bid to seize regulatory control of the oil and gas industry was described as an "absolute scandal" last night after it was hijacked by green protesters.
Oil major Shell has been given the go-ahead to start removing oil from the pipeline at the centre of a major leak in the North Sea a year ago.
Integrated production data solutions specialist Aventa Systems recently presented its latest Robert Gordon University award to the university's top BSc (Honours) information systems technology year four student.
Online Electronics Ltd (OEL) has announced the appointment of Paul Sergeant as senior design engineer.
Nurturing talent is key to the success of any industry, with schemes to aid and encourage personal development on an international level becoming increasingly popular with oil and gas companies.
Imagine working as part of a Formula 1 pit crew having to change four tyres and make adjustments in around five seconds - do you think you could achieve this if you didn't work as a perfectly-tuned team working together seamlessly?
When it comes to careers, girls should aspire to be a first-class woman, not a second-class man, says Scotland's first UK Female Entrepreneurship Ambassador, Jeanette Forbes.
The next Subsea UK Lunch and Learn takes place at the AECC on Tuesday.
Duncan Harwood spent five years in the armed forces, leading soldiers on tours of Iraq and Northern Ireland, along with managing construction sites in the Falkland Islands. The 32-year-old has now joined Aberdeen-headquartered independent energy consultancy ADIL as a subsea project engineer.
Highland youngsters aged 16-24 are being offered the chance to train for a career in the energy industry.
North-east firm Survival Craft Inspectorate (SCI) said it would open a base in the Middle East as part of international expansion plans.
For a family firm which started life as an idea discussed over Sunday dinner, Survivex has had a good debut year.
Oil giant Shell has successfully removed a World War II mine which had threatened a major North Sea gas pipeline.
A joint industry project . . . SURF IM . . . that aims to enable an integrated approach to integrity management of subsea, umbilical, riser and flowline (SURF) systems, and develop new best practice guidelines for subsea integrity management is under way.
Pupils from Bucksburn Academy triumphed in the north-east heat of an online competition which sees pupils around the world take on the role of oil barons.