Lifting equipment firm LMS and its 14-strong team have relocated to new headquarters in Aberdeen.
Oilfield equipment specialist OSSO has announced its move to a larger headquarters in Aberdeen.
The UK arm of US helicopter giant Bristow has reported a narrowing of annual losses but it continues to rely heavily on goodwill from its parent.
The new owner of Aberdeen marine and risk consultancy Marex is targeting its next phase of growth amid a shift into the renewables sector.
Subsea services firm N-Sea was owed nearly £300,000 by EnQuest when its Aberdeen operation collapsed last year.
With the results of the first ScotWind offshore licensing round now imminent, it is perhaps worth having a wee cogitate about what the sustainable benefits or otherwise could accrue to Scotland.
Building an additional 10GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030 is an important piece of the jigsaw puzzle that makes up Scotland’s plans to try to reach Net Zero. ScotWind will be ground-breaking both in terms of size and opportunity.
BP's “long-term” commitment to Scotland is a key selling point for the company and its partner EnBW in winning ScotWind acreage, according to the bid’s top boss.
Christopher Langrill, Tenaris Commercial Director in the UK, looks back on 2021 and shares how Tenaris has consolidated its position in the region while looking to advance the energy transition.
Queen’s Award-winning Aberdeen firm EnerQuip has beefed up its team across UK and US operations after netting work worth more than £1.5 million in the last few weeks of 2021.
2021 was a big year for climate change.
With more than 30 years’ experience in oil, gas and renewables, Bob Gillespie has seen it all in the energy sector. In August 2020, he took up the reins as Managing Director of subsea and offshore wind contractor, Havfram in the UK.
At the opening of COP26 last month, Prince Charles told an audience of global leaders that a vast, military style campaign by the private sector would be the only real prospect we have of beating the clock on climate change.
An Aberdeen decommissioning firm is toasting a clutch of contract wins which are expected to generate over £3 million in revenues in 2022.
Sweden’s Echandia, which specialises in developing low-emissions technology for maritime applications, is to open a UK office in Aberdeen.
I read with wry amusement that some 58 of Aberdeen’s great and good have written to the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other political leaders asking for a “more reasoned debate” on the future of oil and gas.
Aberdeen-headquartered Operational Excellence Group (OPEX) has been taken over by sustainability consultancy ERM.
The firm that was set up to deliver an Energy Transition Zone (ETZ) in Aberdeen will soon make its home in the city’s west end.
Aberdeen could become the first city to be powered entirely by hydrogen as soon as the end of the decade under ambitious new plans.
Decom Engineering is toasting a trio of contracts worth £400,000 ahead of opening its new Aberdeen base in coming weeks.
CHC helicopter has been given five days to address “concerns” raised by the competition watchdog over its takeover of rival Babcock before an investigation is escalated.
Shipbuilder Keppel FELS has demanded more than half a billion pounds from Awilco Drilling over the cancellation of two major oil rig orders.
Namaka Subsea UK has expanded its operations at Aberdeen Energy Park.
Balmoral Group has sold ACE Winches back to founder and former chief executive Alfie Cheyne after the relationship between the two north-east businesses soured.
Academics and industry experts have teamed up to drive forward ambitions to repurpose North Sea oil and gas infrastructure for the production of geothermal energy.