Scotland’s energy minister has said carbon capture and storage (CCS) is not a “wishlist” item and that government and industry must deliver the technology.
Christopher Cline, the billionaire coal tycoon best known for reviving Illinois’s mining industry and making a fortune doing it, died in a helicopter crash Thursday -- just a day shy of his 61st birthday.
North and north-east businesses have ranked among the top 100 private companies in the UK.
Aberdeen is to be better connected to Norway with the launch of new flights from the north-east.
The National Trust has announced an end to any investment in fossil fuel companies, as part of efforts to protect the natural environment.
With more than 115 years’ experience in the travel industry under its belt, there isn’t much Munro’s Travel hasn’t experienced when it comes to business travel management.
The Scottish National Investment Bank has the potential to be a positive and integral part of the economy, MSPs have said.
Transport bosses in the north-east have asked the Scottish Government for cash to investigate opening up train stations in the south of Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen hotel has closed its doors – with “difficult trading conditions” due to the oil and gas downturn blamed.
Householders across the north are being told to be “on guard” and reject cold-calling home energy traders on the doorstep.
More than 250,000 customers have been moved on to expensive energy deals after their suppliers went bust, new research has revealed.
A new business accelerator is being launched this week to help drive a digital revolution in the north-east economy.
An Aberdeen oil worker is gearing up for an event which will use supercars to drive funding for a cancer support charity.
Tank and container firm Hoover Ferguson has appointed Kevin Friar as its CEO, effective June 30, in a planned transition of senior leadership.
SPE Aberdeen Young Professionals have had a very busy year so far and are excited for what is in the pipeline after the summer.
BP has splashed out £23.6 million in an "alternative protein" maker that will use the energy major's gas to make fish, livestock and pet feeds.
Five north and north-east-based firms are on a prestigious annual list of the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK.
British Airways is adding extra flights between Aberdeen and London Heathrow as part of plans to grow services between Scotland and the UK’s busiest aviation hub.
The rapid response to a crack found in a North Sea helicopter last week was a “very good example” of the inspection system working well, industry chiefs said.
Aberdeen Airport staff are set to strike again amid concerns that those drafted in to replace them are overlooking serious security threats.
Offshore helicopter safety will be under the spotlight at an event in Aberdeen next week.
Households across the country have seen a combined £1.2 billion added to energy bills thanks to 42 price rises in the six months since the Government's flagship price cap was supposed to end rip-off bills, new research has found.
This Sunday (23rd June) marks International Women in Engineering Day. Christina Horspool has worked at Xodus Group for more than six years. The 34-year-old is originally from Birmingham, England and plays a key role the company’s environmental team.
This Sunday (23rd June) marks International Women in Engineering Day. Ines Mfarej Ep Nasri has worked at Airborne Oil & Gas in The Netherlands for almost five years. Ines is originally from Tunesia and plays a key role as the company’s controls engineer for industrial automation.
Peterhead’s biggest employer has claimed it needs to privately educate dozens of local pupils each year so apprentices can pass a basic aptitude test.