Scotland’s National Hyperbaric Centre has been given a multi-million pound redevelopment.
Mooring service provider InterMoor has been named one of the top workplaces in Houston.
The North Sea's technology trade body is looking for global developers to bring forward innovative ideas for the oil and gas industry.
Measures to update the merger system and better protect national security have been set out today by Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark.
US President Donald Trump has stated his intention to rip-up the Iran nuclear deal unless 'serious flaws' are examined under negotiation.
Putting on the brakes is a relative term in Scandinavia’s richest economy.
An "absolute cap" is to be imposed on poor-value energy tariffs, but only as a temporary measure that will run until 2023 at the latest, the Government has announced.
Consumers could get a fairer deal on household bills if the SNP push ahead with plans for a publicly backed, not-for-profit energy company, it has been claimed.
Energy service company Can Group said yesterday new contracts worth more than £15million a year were helping to offset the impact of the oil and gas downturn.
A north-east deck machinery firm is back in the black after what has been a challenging two years for the oil and gas industry.
Oil and the Syrian conflict were discussed as Russian president Vladimir Putin hosted King Salman in Moscow, the first time a Saudi monarch has visited the country.
The Polish anti-monopoly watchdog has ruled that state owned PGE can buy up energy giant EDF's in country assets.
The UK is on course for a wet and windy spell of weather as the remnants of Hurricane Maria make their approach.
Turkey can choose to “close the valves” on oil exports from Iraq’s Kurdish region through the Turkish port of Ceyhan, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned as Kurds voted in a referendum on independence from Iraq.
North Sea operator CNR International is in talks with explosive experts after a military device was discovered on the seabed some 130 meters away from an installation.
Much has been said and written about the low carbon transport revolution that is currently taking off and the implications for the oil and gas industry.
One of the UK's most respected regeneration tzars has praised Aberdeen for efforts to diversify the local economy.
Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) has increased its financial commitment for Harvey relief to up to $9.5 million.
The demand for modern, faster, land drilling rigs is increasing.
Development body Opportunity North East (ONE) is to nurture a new generation of digital savvy entrepreneurs and support systems for businesses with £4million of charity cash.
Young engineers are being tasked with using tiny open source computers and hydrogen fuel cells to make everyday objects do something new.
Oil services and engineering firm Amec Foster Wheeler is ploughing ahead with previously announced plans to dispose of North Sea operations in order to meet competition requirements ahead of a end of year merger with Wood Group.
Captain Tsitrelis Ioannis and the 26-strong crew of the Malibu arrived at Ulsan in early August after sailing almost 9,000 nautical miles to deliver a million barrels of Kazakh CPC crude from the Black Sea to South Korea, one of the key buyers in the world’s biggest oil market.
Investment manager Riverstone Energy (REL) has posted a half-year loss as the impact of "volatile oil prices” looks set to continue.
Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), is to provide "groundbreaking" fullstream support for a project offshore of Papua New Guinea.