Tenders for Scotland’s two green freeports could be awarded as early as July.
Aberdeen Harbour Board, the oldest company in the UK, will rebrand later this month as its transformational port expansion project takes shape.
A North Sea decommissioning project based at Aberdeen Harbour hit just shy of top marks for recycling structures.
Aberdeen has been urged to cash in on European oil capital status, emulating the likes of Texas, Berlin, Viborg and Istanbul by opening a national energy museum.
Investment worth more than £12 billion is expected to flow into the north-east over the next decade, helping aid the region's economic recovery.
As Scottish ports vie for green freeport status, Aberdeen Harbour’s boss has warned the north-east could fail to “realise its full potential” if not chosen.
A project pipeline of more than 50 years in offshore wind could be secured thanks to the ScotWind seabed auction, according to a northern port.
Energy giant BP has reinforced its commitment to making Aberdeen a greener place by forming a new partnership with the city's harbour.
Aberdeen harbour has received more than £400,000 from the Department for Transport to fund a joint demonstration project aimed at providing shore power within the existing north harbour.
It has been 18 long months of stormy seas for Aberdeen harbour, but Bob Sanguinetti is confident the port and its £350 million expansion project is well on its way to reaching safe haven.
Aberdeen Harbour’s new boss has pledged to put the port at “the heart of the UK’s energy transition”.
Multiple award-winning environmental consultancy Ironside Farrar has been appointed to lead the work on a "master plan" for the Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) earmarked for Aberdeen.
Decommissioning offers an “exciting” growth area for oil and gas at a time when much of the industry is in decline, according to a leading market analyst.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) said it has “weathered the storm” of downturn caused by the pandemic despite taking a hit on revenues.
Several crew members on an Aberdeen registered vessel were left needing hospital treatment after a Covid-19 outbreak on board.
An Aberdeen-headquartered shipping agency has revealed that crew change costs rose fivefold last year due to complications caused by Covid-19 restrictions.
The £350 million-plus Aberdeen harbour expansion project (AHEP) is in the “final sprint” towards a phased opening next year, port bosses said.
Aberdeen Harbour Board (AHB) has welcomed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s pledge to make the UK “the Saudi Arabia of wind power”.
International energy logistics provider Peterson has confirmed it carried out a “resizing” of the business earlier this year in order to make the transition to home working more straightforward.
A ship in Aberdeen Harbour has been released by authorities after crew were paid backdated wages and returned home.
A UK seafarers union has condemned plans by the owner of vessel currently detained in Aberdeen Harbour to set sail while owing £150,000 to workers.
A ship currently detained over unpaid wages is expected to set sail from Aberdeen Harbour despite still owing workers up to £150,000.
Aberdeen has been selected as the home for the “world’s first” offshore floating facility to produce green hydrogen.
McLachlan Marine has put the latest addition to its fast-growing fleet of inshore workboats into service after a £1 million investment.
Aberdeen Harbour has awards £4.3million worth of contracts for the South Harbour construction project.