Despite being the oil capital of Europe, Aberdeen could not previously accommodate jackup rigs or FPSOs due to water depths - but now that option is on the table.
CHC UK operations director, Harry Bos, speaks about his life before the North Sea and the plan for his firm in 2023.
Quanta is "strengthening its presence in Aberdeen" as it opens a new office in the Granite City.
Delegate registrations are now open for the Energy Exports Conference 2023.
A North Sea union boss has called out the “staggering situation” whereby UK regulators are not investigating Sunday’s offshore rig incident when a worker went missing.
Aberdonians are having their say on the future of the North Sea, including producing oil and gas in"better" ways and "supporting our own economy".
Work is still ongoing to iron out issues at the world’s largest floating wind farm, well over a year since it became fully operational.
Scotland’s First Minister is upbeat about the prospects for a major north-east decarbonistion project, amid growing uncertainty about its future.
As Shell gets set to move into its new office in Aberdeen, delays are afoot for a similar move for Big Oil rival BP (LON: BP).
An Aberdeen city centre car park is in line for a £1.2million refurbishment as part of a deal with energy giant Shell.
News this month that Cromarty and the Firth of Forth have been chosen to become Scotland’s green freeports was unquestionably a bitter pill to swallow for the energy sector in North-east Scotland.
More than three-quarters of Scots support domestic North Sea production, a survey has found, despite political moves which could harm the sector.
Harbour Energy (LON: HBR) has confirmed plans for a series of job cuts at its North Sea base in Aberdeen - understood to number in the hundreds - due to the windfall tax.
CHC has announced it will sell the former Babcock North Sea helicopter business to South African firm Ultimate Aviation Group.
The North East Scotland Green Freeport (NESGF) consortium has said it is “bitterly disappointed” that it failed in its bid to win special tax and regulation status in Aberdeen and Peterhead.
Repsol Sinopec Resources UK (RSRUK) has appointed Luis Polo as its new chief executive, replacing Nicolas Foucart who only took up the role in September.
If politicians allow the prize of becoming a global green energy hub to slip away from the north-east, they will never be forgiven, writes Ryan Crighton.
Aberdeen business leader equated "awful policy decisions" on freeports, energy policy and lack of CCS support to a "catalogue of betrayals" from Scottish and UK Governments.
A multi-million pound National Subsea Centre (NSC) officially opened its doors for the first time in Aberdeen today as the city seeks to capitalise on the global underwater economy.
Disparity in pay between workers in oil and gas and offshore wind needs to be addressed for the energy transition take place in earnest, according to a recruitment boss.
Oilfield services firm Archer (OSLO: ARCH) has acquired Romar-Abrado, a decommissioning specialist based in Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeen-headquartered Altera Infrastructure has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, hailing a deal for the Equinor Rosebank oilfield as a “key driver”.
Commercial property investments in Aberdeen headed back towards pre-pandemic levels during 2022, totalling £143.06 million, according to Knight Frank.
The rates system is driving businesses out of Aberdeen and stifling investment in the city, an MSP has warned.
Drone flying ‘well above’ height restrictions causes helicopter to turn and avoid it near Bridge of Don in Aberdeen
A helicopter flying near Bridge of Don in Aberdeen had to turn and avoid a drone that was flying “well above” height restrictions.