The Press and Journal gained a sneak preview of the long-awaited £34.5million revamp of Aberdeen’s Art Gallery yesterday.
Traffic going through Aberdeen has halved since the opening of the AWPR three months ago.
Greenpeace has shut down BP’s headquarters in London on the eve of its annual general meeting in Aberdeen.
The age-old question is: are entrepreneurs born or made?
A tourism boss has set out hopes that a series of oil and gas events could help bring a recovery for Aberdeen’s hotel market this year.
The incoming president of the Energy Institute (EI) has said the industry is facing “mammoth tasks” in climate change and diversity.
Wood chief executive Robin Watson said yesterday the Aberdeen-based energy service giant was successfully “broadening” its business and becoming less reliant on offshore oil and gas projects.
A North Sea helicopter had to return to base in Aberdeen after parts fell off during a flight, an investigation has found.
For dozens of north-east delegates attending this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston, the trip was the place to tout for international business and make invaluable contacts.
Aberdeen energy services firm Wood has appointed a 40-year veteran of the oil and gas industry as its new chairman.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has won a £767.8million contract to help decommission the UK’s most complex nuclear site.
“There’s a difference between the way grass grows and the way a tree grows,” says Pol Palacios.
North Sea helicopter pilots working for CHC have voted to take strike action following a pay dispute.
A Norwegian geological and geophysical market leader has underlined its commitment to the future exploration of the North Sea by opening an office in Aberdeen to serve its existing and new clients on the UKCS.
Houston operations are making an ever greater contribution to the fortunes of an Aberdeen-headquartered accountancy firm.
It is a widely held view that the implementation of innovative new technologies will be critical to the future sustainability of mature offshore basins such as the North Sea and the US Gulf of Mexico as they compete for investment alongside other more cost competitive regions and energy sources.
It is said that change is the only constant and, while the pace of new developments and behaviours in the oil and gas industry is sometimes bemoaned, the sector continues to take important steps towards the upturn.
Oilfield services firm Craig International has won a North Sea contract worth around £20million with BP.
Like the majority of the work the UK underwater engineering industry carries out, its contribution to the economy has been largely hidden from view nationally.
An entrepreneur who left Aberdeen for Texas almost 25 years ago has a burning ambition to put down roots for his company in the Granite City.
The agenda for this year’s Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston can be compared to the strategies of most oil and gas majors.
Theresa May will today announce UK Government backing for a multi-million-pound Aberdeen underwater engineering hub to help the oil industry diversify into green energy.
Expro has cash in the bank and is in good shape for “conservative growth” amid a recovery in its core markets, one of the oilfield service company’s bosses said yesterday.
Energy services firm Wood has decided to cancel a decision to boost CEO Robin Watson’s bonus pay scheme.
WorleyParsons has announced a rebrand after completing a £2.4bn acquisition of the energy, chemicals and resources division of US firm Jacobs.