Sir Ian Wood has unveiled ambitious plans to help the north-east economy capitalise on the energy transition, potentially creating “thousands” of jobs in the process.
A new study has been launched to “put a human face” on the north-east’s oil and gas downturn- and recommend how to better share the wealth in the region.
A £100,000 study has been launched to develop commercial supply of hydrogen power and fuel cell technologies in Aberdeen.
Plans have been lodged to demolish the former Aberdeen base of an oil and gas firm.
Business and tourism chiefs have called for the urgent restoration of a direct air link to London.
Aberdeen City Council has successfully argued that an multi-million action brought against it should be thrown out of court.
Aberdeen University has unveiled the first designs of its new Shell Eco-Marathon car.
Aberdeen City Council has been named among a number of Scottish councils backing fracking overseas.
Aberdeen’s hydrogen programme is being supported by the launch of a new tutorial for drivers refuelling in the city.
Aberdeen City Council's international trade team have invited Brazil's offshore operators to the city in order to highlight the decommissioning possibilities within the South American nation.
Councillor for Dyce, Bucksburn and Danestone, Barney Crockett will seek approval from the Lord Provost to take on the role of vice president of the World Energy Cities Partnership.
Three is the magic number for an award-winning apprentice who made the switch to his trade in unusual circumstances.
Industry leaders claim it would be "illogical" if Aberdeen's struggling oil and gas sector was left out of a proposed business rates freeze.
Scottish cloud computing and data centre partner brightsolid is celebrating the first anniversary of its £5million technology hub in Aberdeen.
Tomorrow, I will host a meeting of the leading players in oil and gas – who will come together to develop a raft of new measures designed, not just to sustain business in the North Sea, but also future-proof the North-east economy for generations to come.
Council chiefs in Aberdeen have launched a £750,000 fund to help oil workers fight back against the downturn in the North Sea.
Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire councils have teamed up to promote opportunities for north-east firms at the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) exhibition, conference and festival in Stavanger, Norway, in August.