Goliath is the world’s largest backhoe dregdger- and the Aberdeen Harbour expansion team have stuck on a GoPro to really see it in action.
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Key part of £350m harbour expansion ‘may not be viable’ as bosses reveal they have received no Covid-19 support
A key part of Aberdeen's £350 million harbour has been left hanging in the balance after bosses revealed they had received no funding to deal with the effects of Covid-19.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) has splashed out £60 million on the next phase of work on the South Harbour expansion project.
The former boss of one of Europe’s busiest cruise ship ports will take over as chief executive at Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) in September, it was announced yesterday.
The woman at the helm of Aberdeen harbour’s £350 million-plus expansion project is stepping down to take up a new job.
Aberdeen Harbour has “hidden” its decommissioning credentials for too long and needs to raise its profile in the sector to secure a bigger share of the market, one of its bosses said yesterday.
Cost efficiency. That is easily one of the most common phrases of the year with heads of business, peers, media and even family members using it when considering expenditure in 2020. To substantiate my thinking, I ran a social listening audit on conversations around cost efficiency and streamlining, paired with oil and gas, energy transition and net zero and found that conversations had increased by 7 percent from 2019 until present, which I fully expect to rise by the year end.
The 12th caisson for Aberdeen harbour’s £350 million-plus expansion project arrived in the city yesterday after a 48-hour journey from storage in the Cromarty Firth.
A host of north and north-east companies and projects have been given cash injections through the Scottish Government’s decommissioning challenge fund (DCF).
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) is tendering for £13 million-worth of completion work on its £350-plus million expansion in a revised package.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) has put a £15 million contract out to tender for “the completion of works” for its £350m-plus expansion project.
Potential for ‘thousands’ of jobs as Sir Ian Wood unveils plans for Aberdeen ‘Energy Transition Zone’
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.
Eleven huge cruise ships due to dock in Aberdeen next year have been turned away after port bosses admitted the £350 million expansion project has been delayed.
Aberdeen Harbour Board has released a video of decommissioning work taking place for Total’s Leadon field in the North Sea.
Aberdeen South Harbour’s modular design allows the segregation of working quays into independent, dedicated zones, allowing customers to define the size of the working area they require, and ‘lock-down’ their activities in a physical and regulatory sense.
Aberdeen Harbour Board has said its £350million extension project will “revolutionise” the way quayside work is carried out, especially for decommissioning operations.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) yesterday made public a prohibition notice served to Shetland-based company Ocean Kinetics for a safety breach while working at Aberdeen Harbour.
Bosses at Aberdeen harbour said oil and gas remained at the heart of their strategy despite continued efforts to connect with new customers and markets.
The new quays at Aberdeen’s £350million South Harbour will be named after some of the most iconic castles in Scotland.
The new boss of Aberdeen Harbour hopes it may one day be twinned with an illustrious pier on the other side of the world.
Aberdeen Harbour Board has today announced the appointment of its new chief executive, Michelle Handforth.
A North Sea oil and gas helicopter boss is swapping aviation for a maritime role as the new chief executive of Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB).
Swedish power company Vattenfall has put its past financial woes behind it with pre-tax profits of 8.3billion Swedish krona (£775million) for the first half of 2017.
Residents living around the major planned extension of Aberdeen harbour could be moved into temporary housing if construction noise is too loud, it was revealed yesterday.
Ports in the north-east of Scotland have denied charging oil support vessels over the odds for harbour berthing spaces and services.