Decom North Sea has announced the first post-Covid event to be held in person for Aberdeen's oil and gas industry.
Safe, effective and efficient late-life management and decommissioning of assets within the oil, gas and offshore renewable sectors is a societal and economic necessity.
Brexit has “got in the way” of the UK collaborating on a major North Sea wind “island” complex, according to one of the project’s main partners.
US oilfield equipment firm Dril-Quip could be poised to make scores of Aberdeen staff members redundant in response to the crude price slump and Covid-19 pandemic.
Centrifuges Un-Limited, the Aberdeen-headquartered oilfield services firm, is increasing its headcount as it targets growth in Norway.
Ithaca Energy plans to shed a quarter of its onshore workforce after sinking to a £944m pre-tax loss amid the "historic collapse" of oil and gas prices.
A leading oil and gas lawyer has added his voice to predictions that Covid-19 will drive a spike in energy transition investments.
Private equity-backed operator Neptune Energy has announced proposals to cut 400 jobs globally, representing around a fifth of its workforce.
Chinese oil firm Cnooc has appointed a new managing director to lead its North Sea business in Aberdeen.
Helicopter group NHV has landed a five-year North Sea contract extension with Ithaca Energy.
A £62million Scottish Government support package has been unveiled to help oil and gas firms make a green recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.
Energy services firms Wood and Global Energy Group have praised a new £62m Scottish Government package, saying it will “build momentum” towards a "true energy transition".
Sir Ian Wood, chair of economic development body Opportunity North East (ONE), comments on the Energy Transition Fund announcement from the Scottish Government.
Engineering giant Worley has cut another 1,900 jobs globally in response to the Covid-19 crisis.
The north-east economy is expected to be the worst hit region in Scotland by the Covid crisis according to a new report by KPMG.
‘Disgust’ as Bilfinger cuts 180 Aberdeen and offshore jobs hours after announcing £350m contract wins
Workers have expressed “disgust” after industrial services giant Bilfinger announced 180 job cuts in Aberdeen and offshore, just hours after touting contract wins worth £350million.
Oceaneering has put more than 300 UK workers at risk of redundancy less than three months after opening a brand new regional headquarters in Aberdeen.
Some oil industry leaders have been “conspicuous by their silence” on racism and global protests, according to the chairman of a group for black and minority (BME) engineers.
Aberdeen-headquartered energy services firm Wood has announced targets to reduce its direct and indirect emissions by 40% by 2030.
Borr Drilling has agreed a debt restructuring deal which will improve the liquidity of the rig operator by more than £250million for the next two years.
For a trio of north-east oil service firms, the Covid-19 crisis could appear as a stop sign, blocking their progress just as they were reaping the rewards from years of groundwork.
"Build back better."
Communities in the north and north-east have been awarded tens of thousands of pounds by an energy company to help them support others during the pandemic.
An industry leader has said he is "confident” of securing government backing for a sector deal and a global underwater "hub" in Aberdeen this year.
An Aberdeen firm has ramped up to testing more than 500 offshore workers per day for Covid-19.