FRESH safety fears have been raised over the helicopters used to fly hundreds of oil and gas workers offshore every day.
Intertek said yesterday it had won more than £5million of contracts at home and abroad for oil and gas technical inspection, training and staffing through its Moody operation based in Aberdeen.
Greenpeace has sent a ship to the Elgin platform to take samples of the air and water.
Wild Well Control was involved in BP's huge operation after the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
An elite team of offshore crisis engineers is preparing to board Total's abandoned Elgin platform to halt a dangerous gas leak.
Operators and contractors need to work more collaboratively on skills initiatives rather than being short-termist and buying in experience, a young professionals debate in Aberdeen heard.
The future is looking bright for chemist Danny Molyneux who, aged 26, is getting hands-on experience in a company on the cusp of growth.
Primary school children from Caithness and North Sutherland experienced real life in the marine energy industry when they got to meet the head of a tidal energy developer.
Although oil and gas plays a huge part in our everyday lives, from fuelling our cars to being used to make plastic bottles, there is more to energy than you might think.
Aberdeen-based law firm, Paull & Williamsons is working with Robert Gordon College on a new mentoring scheme.
New entrants to the energy industry will debate how the challenges and expectations of the oil and gas and renewable energy industries are being met as part of an introductory course to the energy industry.
Total has played down fears other wells on the Elgin platform could suffer the same fate as the one spraying gas over the North Sea.
A US company which helped tackle the Gulf of Mexico oil spill has been called in to help avert disaster at the Elgin platform.
The UK Government's energy minister has pledged that more information about oil and gas spills in the North Sea will be made public.
Total has suspended drilling operations on two rigs in the North Sea so they can be used in a major operation to help stop the Elgin platform gas leak.
Philippe Guys, Total E&P UK managing director, today spoke to reporters about the incident on the Elgin platform 150 miles east of Aberdeen.
Labour praised the "quick thinking" of workers on the North Sea's Elgin platform yesterday for preventing an even more serious incident.
A trade union has renewed calls for the evacuation of up to 200 more people working within a few miles of the North Sea platform at the centre of a gas leak.
Total said yesterday that it had found the source of its leak on the Elgin platform - but has yet to decide how to stop it.
Europe wants to change compensation rules to make offshore companies liable for environmental damage they cause at sea.
Sunday: Total launches an emergency evacuation of about 200 staff from the Elgin/Franklin platforms and the Rowan Viking drilling rig after gas is found to be leaking following a "well control problem". Initially 27 workers are left but all are later evacuated. A three-mile no-fly zone is put in place around the platforms.
French energy company Total has said it has identified the source of its leak on the Elgin platform in the north Sea.
First Minister Alex Salmond said last night that public organisations had met to discuss how they could help Total stop the gas leak on the Elgin platform.
The Scottish environment secretary has called for "absolute transparency" over the gas leak on the Elgin platform.
Total is considering sending its own teams into the exclusion zones around the Elgin platform despite fears it could explode.