The £10,000 biofuel-powered bike will reach 15mph on land or 25mph in the air, with the designers claiming it will reach heights of 4,000ft.
Training & Technology
Women’s 'raw talent' could be the answer to the skills shortage affecting the energy sector, believes an industry skills leader.
Energy companies must do more to reassure young people about the long-term job stability in the North Sea - and specifically Scotland, industry figures have warned.
Well intervention experts are being sought to speak at conference in Aberdeen later this year.
Aberdeen technology developer Spex Group said yesterday it was investing more than £5million in new equipment after profits nearly trebled.
Subsea UK has launched a new initiative aimed at closing the skills gap in the UK industry.
Water technology firm Nautronix has launched a £180,000 partnership with the University of Aberdeen to develop their acoustic products.
Formula racing can be a solution to the growing skills shortage in the energy sector, believes an industry consultancy.
Oil and gas workers are increasingly being signed to permanent deals as the energy industry deals with the pressure to retain experience staff, a new survey has found.
UK fabrication firm Sembmarine SLP has built a replacement helideck for a North Sea platform.
Energy engineering firum Plexus has agreed a £2million deal to supply its wellhead system to Det Norske Oljeselskap for two new wells.
Energy giant Maersk is looking to expand public awareness of the industry with the launch of the first oil video game.
A new fault limiter aimed at the new renewable energy sector has received a £635,000 grant to enable testing.
Energy industry project management firm Technip has launched a new innovation and technology centre near Paris.
Energy minister Fergus Ewing says he hopes more women would be “inspired” to take up roles in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Scots submersible power tool firm Waveblade has raised £610,000 in its latest round of expansion funding.
The energy sector is uniquely positioned in terms of its communication requirements. Offshore operations, maritime integration and onshore offices are all elements within a tightly meshed chain. One link in the chain breaks and the integrity of the whole organisation can be seriously damaged.
We have two winners this month! They are Nathan Anderson and Alasdair Stephen from Kintore Primary School, with their terrific description of what Platforms are used for.
A team of eight students from Inverurie Academy has won the Grampian Young Enterprise award and will be off on June 18 to the Scottish finals.
Ten pupils from Aberdeen's Northfield Academy got to see how engineers at helicopter company Bond keep their machines flying safely.
The University of Maine has taken the wraps off a buoy-based data gathering system to enable wind speeds to be measured for proposed offshore windfarms.
Researchers at Edinburgh Napier University have completed a short project that studied the feasibility of applying a new coating process, which was initially developed for use in the production of solid oxide fuel cells, to the oil and gas industry. The project secured industry support through the Aberdeen-based global technology facilitator, ITF.
A pioneering collaboration aimed at inspiring the next generation of much-needed petrophysicists into the energy sector has been launched at Aberdeen University.
Dana Petroleum has reached "a major milestone" with the Western Isles project by laying the keel for its radical $400 million oil production vessel at COSCO's giant fabrication yard on the shores of the Yangtze River, China
A fleet of helicopters grounded after two ditching incidents in the North Sea could be back in the air by July, the manufacturer said yesterday.