Retaining our fantastic workforce and their highly transferable skills is key to delivering the UK’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Keeping people and systems securely connected is critical for the renewables industry.
Kabal, the leading provider of logistics management software to the global energy industry, is strengthening its presence in Asia Pacific to better serve the region’s energy operators.
Orkney Harbours has a fortunate position in the marine sector. Its outstanding natural resources and ideal location make it a hub for everything from cruise ships to ferries, oil and gas to renewables. That’s not to mention the years of experience which have made it a centre of innovation and expertise.
STC INSISO prioritises equity, diversity, and inclusion (ED&I) within its workplace, actively fostering a culture which embraces these values.
Mark Davison, Group Engineering and Technical Director PD&MS Group, discusses decarbonisation and the challenges it presents.
According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), approximately 1.8 million people suffered from a work-related illness in the UK in the fiscal year 2021/22.
Leading solar company ESE Group recently launched a revolutionary new device that allows customers to earn instant cash from everything they generate from their solar panels and battery storage systems.
It was great to have Offshore Europe return to Aberdeen for the first time in four years at the start of September.
In the ever-evolving landscape of equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI), ASCO is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace culture.
Local leaders and international influencers gather in Aberdeen for Energy Voice's inaugural Women In New Energy conference celebrating the critical role women have in shaping the future of the energy sector.
A lot has been made in recent days about the UK’s position as a leader on climate change.
We are engineering change for a better today, a better world and a brighter future.
Over 350 C-level executives from Oil and Gas companies, investors and top service companies will meet with ONHYM to discuss the Nigeria-Morocco pipeline, E&P opportunities in Morocco, and how to get involved in one of the world’s top future energy hubs.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal officially opened Port of Aberdeen’s transformational £420 million expansion project on Friday September 22, catalysing a multi-billion pound economic and jobs boost for Scotland.
Energy Voice has announced the panel of speakers headlining the inaugural Women In New Energy (W.I.N.E) conference in Aberdeen.
The role of key energy players and decarbonization pathways to cut carbon emissions will be the focus at Energy Transition Europe 2023, Reuters Events announced today.
Participants will be available to meet during dedicated 1:1 meetings with ONHYM and the country’s biggest Project owners, as the event has been tailored to host two full days of non-stop networking for E&P leaders to meet with Moroccan and African players in Marrakech.
One year on: Salus Technical’s process safety training course has transformed the knowledge of over 1000 industry personnel
Salus Technical’s managing director, David Jamieson believes that all staff in high hazard industries should understand the basics of process safety and the role they can play in preventing major accidents.
ABZ Business Park has announced immediate availability of a suite of modern, high- quality business units in its prime location adjacent to Aberdeen International Airport.
CCS remains pivotal for sectors like cement and steel, which are harder to decarbonise.
By creating and offering a full suite of carbon management solutions, major gas producers and exporters can create demand without fears of “locking-in” emissions or building “stranded assets”.
Scottish scaleup Krucial, which utilises space technology to provide digital solutions, has secured further funding of more than $3.7 million as it continues to expand into international markets.
Renowned for its stimulating environment and high academic achievements, Robert Gordon’s College is also recognised for its ethos of being a caring, inclusive and respectful community where children are encouraged to discover and explore the largest range of subjects and co-curricular programmes in the north-east of Scotland. This helps children find their niche and build a lifelong love for learning, whilst living in a progressive region supporting new opportunities in energy, med-tech and digital. Together, this inspires pupils to be curious about careers of the future.
A premium development in a prime North East location is giving forward-thinking businesses the chance to reach for the stars when it comes to planning for the future.