Energy logistics firm Peterson has paid £3million for a giant marine fuel tank at its Aberdeen harbour base.
Bosses have promised to navigate “choppy waters” to ensure that Aberdeen Harbour’s expansion stays on track for summer 2020.
Work on Aberdeen harbour’s £350 million expansion is on track after the second of 22 huge concrete blocks, or caissons, arrived in Nigg Bay.
Aberdeen Harbour has today announced figures showing increases across vessel and cargo tonnage, arrivals and passengers.
A vandalism spree that started with a crane being set on fire at the £350 million Aberdeen Harbour expansion project on Boxing Day has continued into the new year.
Demand for decommissioning services in Aberdeen Harbour have been steadily growing for several years now – but in 2018 the port has been a hive of decom activity. Nearly 2,000 tonnes of material has crossed the quayside from high-profile projects, such as the Maersk Leadon and Janice, and Shell’s Brent Alpha projects. The Harbour has also accommodated materials inbound from Nexen’s Plug and Abandonment Programme.
Massive structures which will form fixed quays in the new South Harbour in Aberdeen have been offloaded in the Cromarty Firth.
A heavy load vessel carrying key building blocks for the £350 million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour has arrived in the Moray Firth.
The new quays at Aberdeen’s £350million South Harbour will be named after some of the most iconic castles in Scotland.
Global Energy Group (GEG) is setting its sights on winning a bigger share of the subsea oil and gas fabrication market after expanding its operations at Aberdeen Harbour.
The £350million Aberdeen Harbour Expansion Project will see the installation of a 50 meter caisson unit this summer, currently being manufactured in Spain.
The scene of the north breakwater at Nigg Bay harbour in Aberdeen which has been damaged by recent bad weather. Some of the protection barrier has been washed into the sea by the force of the water. The area has been assessed and is in line for repairs.
A new online directory offering information for companies in the energy industry on the capacity and capabilities of 26 Scottish ports has been launched.
The first six crew members of an Indian ship which has been marooned the north-east for more than a year due to non-payment of wages will finally fly home to their families in India this week.
Take in the full majesty of the Aberdeen Harbour expansion thanks to drone footage.
Councillors have said they will stand by their word and back a £350million expansion of Aberdeen harbour with a chunk of taxpayer cash.
A north-east planning chief has warned investing £5.5million in the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will take business away from its own ports.
Developers behind the £375million expansion of Aberdeen harbour have offered £70,000 over three years for community charities.
Nicola Sturgeon will today announce a £12million boost towards Aberdeen Harbour’s £350million expansion.
Large-scale infrastructure works ahead of a £375million expansion of Aberdeen harbour are expected to be approved by the city council next week.
The civil construction firm behind the £350million Aberdeen Harbour expansion project will outline opportunities for local firms to join its supply chain at an event in Aberdeen.
Peterson has netted a contract with Engie for marine services.
Nigg Energy Park has been identified as the best prepared of Scotland's east coast ports to create jobs from offshore wind contracts in a new industry report. The Cromarty Firth facility's potential was highlighted in the findings of a strategic review, which also examined the capabilities of Invergordon, Aberdeen, Dundee, Montrose, Methil and Rosyth as well as ports on England's east coast. Conducted by the Offshore Wind Industry Council (OWIC), the study focused on the capability of ports to carry out "staging" work, storing and loading offshore wind farm components and carrying out pre-construction activities. It also assessed their ability to manufacture large components in or near their sites.
Crew members of a detained ship in Aberdeen are growing “frustrated” with no end in sight to their pay dispute.
Aberdeen faces becoming a city in decline if its port continues to turn away vessels because it is too small to accommodate them, according to a senior Aberdeen Harbour executive.