Low carbon hydrogen projects from North Sea operators EnQuest and BP are among seven UK projects set to share in £21 million of government support.
Former Aberdeen oil and gas worker on building property portfolio and appearing on Homes Under The Hammer
James Duguid now has more than 40 homes as part of his property empire.
Sullom Voe will continue to 'define the economic landscape of Shetland', he told guests at Prosper's Annual Lecture in Aberdeen.
The distinctive Altens building has been a prominent part of the city skyline for decades.
Aberdeen-headquartered subsea firm ROVOP and offshore contractor Boskalis Subsea Services have announced a global partnership agreement.
The majority of the energy service giants employees are based in the Granite City.
North East energy supply chain firms will look to emerging opportunities Down Under as the Aberdeen-Perth WA Gateway event returns to the Granite City on February 8.
The challenges and opportunities facing the global subsea sector are being likened to space exploration as companies push the boundaries of what's possible in Earth's final, 'blue' frontier.
Naso and Dorothy were at the departures lounge greeting delayed passengers.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy procurement firm Craig International has reported an increase in turnover of more than 60% as the company nearly doubled its profits for the year ending April 2023.
Aberdeen’s P&J Live set to host the world’s largest subsea exhibition
Radio division drives Aberdeen-based firm to a loss, despite success in energy segment
Britain's leading oil and gas producer will focus its Granite City footprint on Prime Four.
Research delivers warning to diversify to Europe's oil capital.
Offshore worker turned yoga teacher wants to turn former Bridge of Don office into ‘haven of calm’ studio
Lauren Adams is hoping the council will back her plan to turn a vacant office at Braehead Way Shopping Centre into a relaxing yoga haven.
ScottishPower and ZeroAvia partnership to explore green hydrogen solutions for airports in Aberdeen and Glasgow.
Engineering firm Wood has been awarded a "major" multi-million dollar contract to deliver topside modifications for a BP subsea tieback in the UK North Sea.
Aberdeen's Cutting Underwater Technologies (CUT) has posted record revenue and project numbers in 2023.
The UK urgently needs coordinated and integrated transition plans to ensure a just and fair transition for all, writes Professor Paul de Leeuw
The energy industry continues to develop at pace, and that’s reflected by Decom Mission activity and that of our members.
Energy services provider Expro (NYSE:XPRO) is today marking 40 years of operations since launching its first subsea test tree system in the North Sea in 1983.
The Aberdeen-based fluid temperature control and separation solutions firm, OSSO, has seen a 40% growth in headcount in 2024.
It takes time to settle into a new environment and adapt to new people, new surroundings.
The UK Government has confirmed plans to relocate up to 200 civil servants from its energy security department DESNZ to Aberdeen.
The grants ranging from £50,000 to £250,000 will to go businesses and projects located in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray.