Aberdeen’s Lord Provost showcased the city’s efforts to be at the front of the energy transition on the global stage earlier this week.
A north-east transport firm is playing its part in the region’s recovery from the pandemic after announcing a £750,000 investment.
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‘Critical juncture’: Sir Ian Wood and Maggie McGinlay talk COP, Torry and Aberdeen’s energy transition
“I feel we deserve to be condemned if we weren’t doing everything we possibly can to find alternatives, but I really believe we are”, claims Sir Ian Wood.
A former oil and gas worker is putting the finishing touches on her novel, white-knuckle new venture, ahead of a grand opening later this week.
A formal inquiry has been launched by the competition watchdog into the merger of CHC and Babcock helicopters.
Aberdeen-headquartered Norwell Engineering has landed a contract worth more than £20million with ONGC on one of the world’s largest deepwater projects.
The global robotics market in the energy sector is expected to be worth more than £8 billion by 2050, according to a new report.
Plans for the annual Aberdeen-United Arab Emirates (UAE) Gateway are taking shape as the organisers celebrate the success of their smart city-themed Aberdeen-Norway event.
Experience working in “harsh marine environments” means Aberdeen’s oil and gas industry acts as a good template for floating offshore wind.
Well-Safe Solutions has landed a “groundbreaking” decommissioning campaign contract with Repsol Sinopec in the UK North Sea.
Scotland’s cabinet secretary for energy and net zero says plans are in the pipeline for more offshore leasing rounds over the course of the current parliament.
Energy giant Shell's planned return to Aberdeen city centre is already causing others to fancy a spot on the famous Granite Mile, council chiefs claim.
When Shell opened its Tullos complex, it was described as the oil company’s Aberdeen nerve centre, “making the city the centre of the North Sea industry”.
By identifying gaps in the well services market and working closely with established international partners, Wellvene has significantly expanded its global reach over the last three years.
Success in the ScotWind offshore leasing round for BP will be worth up to £40million annually to the local Aberdeen economy and create up to 120 jobs, the company has claimed.
Upbeat tales about job creation and growth were rare in 2020, but Aberdeen-headquartered TEXO Recruitment has bucked that trend and is continuing to build for the future.
School pupils in Aberdeen are to compete against thousands from across Scotland to build the best green hydrogen powered Lego vehicle.
A new Global Underwater Hub (GUH) has appointed an “industry heavy-hitter” as its first chairman.
Babcock International has announced the completion of the sale of its oil and gas aviation business to CHC Helicopters.
The oil and gas industry is worth an eye watering £18 billion to the north-east economy, research has revealed.
More than £14 million invested in training opportunities in the north-east to boost a net-zero future
The Scottish Government has invested money to support north-east workers and businesses in their recovery from the pandemic and movement towards being net-zero.
Construction services firm Speedy has opened a new regional base to support the oil and gas sector in Aberdeen.
An Aberdeen software firm is to expand its headcount after landing a series of global contracts worth more than £3.6 million.
A leading supplier of paint spraying and fluid handling equipment to the oil and gas industry has moved into a new base on the outskirts of Aberdeen.